The American gymnastics superstar exited the final after a lacklustre opening vault and briefly left the competition floor, before returning to join her teammates.
Khel Ratna winner Devendra Jhajharia wants state governments to provide more support to disabled athletes
Javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia is the only Indian to win two Paralympic gold medals
Power failure at the competition venue on Sunday led to the first leg of the Indian Grand Prix athletics meet ending in a farce in New Delhi.
Wrestler Sandeep Tomar secured an Olympic quota place for India in the men's 57kg freestyle category on Sunday with a bronze-medal finish on the final day of the 1st World Olympic Qualifying tournament in Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's appointment as the Indian Olympic contingent's goodwill ambassador kicked up a storm on Sunday with star wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt and sprint legend Milkha Singh questioning the move even as the IOA and some other athletes backed the decision.
At a time the sporting fraternity is divided over Salman Khan becoming brand ambassador for the Indian contingent at the upcoming Olympics, five-time world chess champion Viswanathan Anand today said that the focus should be to address the needs of the Rio-bound athletes.
First Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics, Karmakar returned home amid loud cheers from thousand of fans who thronged the Agartala airport.
A long cherished dream of qualifying for the Olympics achieved, India's history-making gymnast Dipa Karmakar said on Thursday that she will leave no stone unturned in her quest for a medal in the Rio Games later this year.
Having missed out on Olympic berths on two occasions, a 15-member Indian team will be determined to book as many quota places as possible when they take the mat at the 1st OG World Qualifying tournament in Ulaanbaatar starting on Friday.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has praised Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar, who has won a gold medal in the women's vaults finals at the Olympic test event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The decision of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to include Meldonium in the list of the banned performance-enhancing drugs was a politically motivated campaign against Russian athletes, Federal Micro-Biological Agency (FMBA) head Vladimir Uiba said on Tuesday.
Possible relief for Sharapova? Fourteen athletes have suspension lifted after WADA relaxes meldonium ruling
At least 14 athletes from Russia and Georgia had their doping suspensions lifted Friday, two days after officials relaxed the rules about meldonium.
Asian Olympic Qualification: India's A Sharath Kamal, Mouma Das win, step away from Rio Olympic berth
Indian table tennis players A Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das reached the final rounds in Stage 2 of the Asia Olympic Qualification tournament in Hong Kong today to inch closer to making the cut for the Rio Games.
The Olympic-bound Indian shooters will be keen to get a feel of the ranges in the Brazilian city, hosting the upcoming summer Games, when they start their campaign in the ISSF World Cup commencing in Rio de Janerio in Friday.
South Asian Olympic Qualifiers: Indian table-tennis aces Soumyajit Ghosh, Manika Batra book Rio berths
Indian table tennis players Soumyajit Ghosh and Manika Batra booked their Olympic tickets by winning their respective groups in the Asian Qualifiers in Hong Kong.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)has said athletes could escape a ban for taking meldonium because it does not know for sure how long it takes the substance to leave the body.
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India lacked energy of previous matches, says Oltmans after 2-1 loss to New Zealand
Disappointed with India's performance in the 1-2 loss to New Zealand today, team's coach Roelant Oltmans said his side failed to produce the energy it had exhibited so far in the 25th Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh.
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: Efficient as clockwork, India thrash Pakistan 5-1 and climb to second position
India, lethargic in the earlier encounters, played like a breeze to completely pulverize arch-rivals Pakistan 5-1 and move into 2nd spot in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
Indian hockey team coach Roelant Oltmans expressed his displeasure at the careless manner in which goalkeeeper Harjot Singh padded a ball outside the circle to concede a penalty corner to Canada in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh on Sunday.
Singapore Open: India's Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, K Srikanth look to improve ranking ahead of Rio games
Six summers ago, Saina Nehwal had stood at the podium here with the gold medal dangling around her neck and the Indian ace will hope to relive those moments by clinching the title once again when the Singapore Super Series begins in Singapore on Tuesday.