Tokyo Olympics 2020: Abhinav Bindra believes young Indian shooters' ages could work to their advantage at Games
Abhinav Bindra talks about pressure of shooting at the Olympics, how India's young shooters could actually be at an advantage and more.
Protests or not, politics and the Olympics have always been intertwined.
Three-time Olympic rowing champion Pete Reed left paralysed from chest down after suffering spinal stroke
A spinal stroke is a disruption in the blood supply to the spinal cord and five-time world champion Reed says doctors do not know what caused his
Stephanie Rice interview: Swimming legend speaks about starting an academy in India, blueprint for success in the pool and more
In Mumbai to announce the launch of the Stephanie Rice Swim Academy in India, Stephanie Rice spoke to Firstpost about leaving a lasting legacy, the blueprint for achieving success in swimming and more.
Court of Arbitration for Sport upholds International Olympic Committee sentence for Russian athletes caught doping
The sentences of three Russian athletes who were disqualified from the Olympics for doping were upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Thursday.
Srikanth asserted that his aim is to become "World No 1 by winning tournaments" and not just reach quarters to earn ranking points.
This was Sushil's first medal in international wrestling since his gold medal in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
India's Vijender Singh confident of 'knockout win' in double title defence against Ghana's Ernest Amuzu
With an aim to make it 10-0 in the Pro boxing ring, Vijender is training hard and warned his rival to not take him lightly.
For Abhinav Bindra, joy came not from winning medals, but from having perfectly executed the skills that he has learnt, and meticulously perfected over the years.
India vs Sri Lanka: Virat Kohli inhaled 3.5 times more pollutants than his cheering fans; price he paid for his double ton
Virat Kohli during his epic 243, was on the field for 445 minutes. During the innings, he ran 143 of his own runs, and 120 runs for his partners.
Abhinav Bindra says 11th-place finish in 2000 Sydney Olympics gave him belief he could win gold one day
Bindra was only 17 while competing in Sydney. Eight years later, at the Beijing Olympics, the air rifle shooter became the first Indian to win an individual Olympic gold medal.
India must heed China's repeated invoking of Kashmir during Doka La stand-off; Beijing's intentions are inimical
India’s defence and security strategists should take a serious note of the revelation that China has built a bridge in a sensitive part of the Line of Actual Control in the Ladakh region.
Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt labelled himself the underdog as he seeks to round off his glittering individual track career with the defence of his world 100 metres title this week.
“In an ideal world, I’d love all sports to be supported equally. But are we living in an ideal world?” reflected Abhinav Bindra in an interview
India's star professional boxer and Olympic bronze medalist Vijender Singh will clash with China's undefeated, left-handed fighter Zulpikar Maimaitiali for a double title fight on 5 August.
Hockey World League Semi-Finals, highlights: India start campaign on winning note defeating Scotland 4-1
Catch all the live scores and updates of Hockey World League Semi-Finals clash between India and Scotland on Thursday.
India are now looked upon as a power to reckon with in world hockey and have scaled up to sixth position in the international rankings.
"When the big fights are going to come in, that’s when we will see the real Vijender Singh. We’ll see what he’s capable of,” Amir Khan said in an interview.
The decision which follows the re-testing of hundreds of samples from the Beijing event, means that Bolt, as Carter's teammate, loses one of the three gold medals he won at that Olympics.
Javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia has revealed that a "deal" with his six-year-old daughter propelled him to win a record second gold medal in the Paralympics.