Asian Boxing Championships: How Mary Kom's determination and 'faith in God' helped her to overcome challenges
Not just in the ring. Mary had to fight her way outside the ring too. During her childhood days, Mary's family had to struggle even for the basics, let alone the luxuries.
What Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, president of the WFI needs to do is introspection and humbly own the responsibility after Indian wrestlers' dismal show in Paris.
The physical education teacher of his school got him attracted to athletics. And the rest, as they, is history.
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand ran 100 metres at the Rio Olympics 2016 with spikes (running shoes) sent from Germany by a Good Samaritan just four days before her event!
Yogeshwar Dutt’s London 2012 Summer Olympics medal turning silver is heartening after dismal Rio 2016
Following a rather poor performance by wrestlers and dismal overall show at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Yogeshwar Dutt’s up gradation to silver is heartening news.
If a team fails, captains are sacked, coaches removed and players dropped. But what if the planners and bureaucrats fail? Shouldn't they be charged for dereliction of their duty?
From the Indian point of view, Rio Olympics 2016 will go down as, if not a flop, certainly a bad dream for the athletes and their fans.
On Wednesday, at the Rio Olympics, Sakshi Malik emerged from the shadow of Phogat sisters to become India’s first woman wrestler to win an Olympic medal.
The misdeeds of Indian politicians at the Olympics may have been buried in the analog era, but in the digital age, it is all out in the public domain.
Dipa Karmakar was not expected to reach where she has. But she was surely destined to do so. And once she reached Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games, she made sure there were no mistakes. Just that she missed by a whisker.
Rio Diaries reflects on Vijay Goel's missed photo op, journalist's woes at MPC inside the Games village, and the Zika virus 'scare'.
Awarded the Games seven years ago ahead of Chicago, the city of Rio is still grappling with problems as far as conduct of the Game is concerned.
Nita Ambani was elected as an individual member of the Olympic Committee during the 129th Session of the International Olympics Committee (IOC) in Rio
Narsingh Yadav, Sushil Kumar, Parveen Rana: How doping fiasco could set Indian wrestling back by decades
By giving preference to Parveen Kumar Rana over Sushil Kumar, the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) has shown its vindictiveness toward the double Olympic medallist.
Narsingh Yadav’s entry to the Indian contingent for Rio Olympics was dramatic. His possible ouster from the Games could be even more startling.
A review of sports journalists Digvijay Singh Deo and Amit Bose's latest book - 'My Olympic Journey'.
Besides the largest contingent of Indian athletes and officials so far, and a fairly large media in tow, there will be close to 100 Indian volunteers in Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics.
On way to his first Pro title, Vijender or Viju as he is popularly known as, stopped Australian Kerry Hope 296-274 on unanimous decision for his seventh straight victory.
Indian wrestling medal hope Babita Kumari is faced with uncertainty about her participation in the Olympics, thanks to a latest WADA development, less than a month before the Games begin in Rio.
Unless Sushil Kumar decides to appeal in the Supreme Court, Narsingh Yadav will be India's sole 74-kg wrestling representative at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games