'What happened with Narsingh Yadav is anti-national': Golfer Anirban Lahiri blames IOA for poor Olympics
As far as changing a broken system goes, golfer Anirban Lahiri wasn't very hopeful, but said it had to start by inculcating a sporting culture in the larger population
Ryan Lochte had to cop not to only being the boorish American, but has also become the poster boy for white privilege at these Olympics. Thankfully in this case, that didn't take him very far.
Bolt made sprinting look too easy; he eased up at the finish line and still set world records; he was uncatchable and untouchable. I thought it was boring.
Kidambi Srikanth has the talent, the toughness and the skills to dominate the sport of badminton. It’s up to him to make sure history does not repeat itself four years from now in Tokyo.
Michael Conlan's protest after being adjudged to have lost brings to mind Sarita Devi's tearful refusal to accept her bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games after she was "robbed" in the semi-final.
India have sent the largest-ever Olympic contingent to Rio but size isn’t everything, it’s how you perform that matters and they haven’t been good enough.
Maybe the Indian Test captain Virat Kohli and new coach Anil Kumble know what they are doing as the selection changes paid off big time against West Indies.
On Tuesday, Hockey India announced that Sreejesh would replace Sardar as captain of the Indian Hockey team less than a month before the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
These days, Djokovic is playing tennis so superior that he seemingly makes history in every tournament. Here's a look at the contenders who would love to stop Djokovic's relentless march
LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the scrappy second-thought Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the basketball world by coming back from a 3-1 deficit in the seven-game series to upset the mighty Warriors.
Timing is Yusuf's biggest virtue, something that can go unnoticed because he is a big, tall man. And when he is timing the ball so sweetly, shoulders droop
Kolkata will face tougher opposition than Delhi this season but this was a complete victory that suggests they have a deeper bowling attack than last year
None of what Kohli does would be possible if he wasn’t self-aware and able to keep himself in the moment, to keep his head while all around him are losing theirs.
Politics of opportunism is a speciality in this country but Thakur and the BCCI should have asked for and received security clearances for Dharamsala months ago instead of allowing themselves to be ambushed at the last minute
Thank you, Martin Crowe: A tortured genius and one of cricket's finest thinkers, he soared like an eagle above the rest
Martin Crowe was particularly insightful when it came to the inner life of a batsman. In a column titled Minding the Gap, he wrote: “The gap between balls, that 30-second time span between when the last ball became dead and the next ball becomes live, is arguably the most important period in a batsman's innings
The Ranji Trophy final begins the same day as the Asia Cup main draw and Mumbai will be seeking their 41st title in their 45th final
Mayank Dagar: This 18-year-old left-arm spinner with a classic approach is set for bigger achievements
At a time when the lack of quality spinners in the country is a cause for concern, Dagar, with his emphasis on traditional cricketing virtues, is a refreshing hope.
Difference between Sarfaraz and the rest of Indian batsmen in this tournament is his judgement of length and his ability to choose the right shot.
Forget Sunil Dev's allegations against Dhoni: What did BCCI do with Mudgal Committee's sealed envelope?
In the video shot as part of a sting operation by Hindi publication Sun Star, Dev provides no evidence to back up his assertion aside from Dhoni choosing to bat first instead of bowl first, which Dev said the team had agreed to do before the toss.