The 21-year-old Sreeshankar was at NIS-Patiala last month for the first leg of the Indian Grand Prix, a recognised event for Tokyo Olympics qualification, but it was cancelled just hours before start on the directives of the government.
Coronavirus Outbreak: National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championship postponed as AFI seeks to revamp event calendar
The AFI said that a new competition calendar, as well as fresh training programmes for national campers, will be prepared by the Planning Committee after discussions with coaches and foreign experts
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Dutee Chand says its tough to qualify for Games after missing European competition due to COVID-19
India's fastest woman Dutee Chand is wary of missing out of the Olympics after she was deprived of her training-cum-competition stint in Germany due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected her plans to qualify for the Olympics.
Coronavirus pandemic forces AFI to allow participation of only athletes part of national camps in first edition of Indian Grand Prix
The AFI on Monday had said that the first two competitions of the Indian Grand Prix (IGP) series will be held without any spectators and all the athletes coming from outside will be allowed to enter the NS-NIS campus after a medical check-up by AFI/SAI medical team at the SAI NS-NIS gate.
Coronavirus pandemic: First two competitions of Indian Grand Prix series to be held without spectators, says Athletics Federation of India
The AFI also said that all the athletes coming from outside will be allowed to enter the NS-NIS campus only after a medical check-up by AFI/SAI medical team at the SAI NS-NIS gate
Formula One: Formula One chief Jean Todt feels Vietnamese Grand Prix will open doors for people with 'passion' for motorsport
Formula One chief Jean Todt on Wednesday hailed next year's inaugural Vietnamese Grand Prix in Hanoi as a great opportunity to open doors for people with "a passion" for motorsport in Southeast Asia.
Formula E race could be organised in India in two years, says Mahindra Racing Chairman Dr Pawan Goenka
Formula 1 may have pulled the plug — at least temporarily — on the Indian Grand Prix, but Formula E might bring a race to these shores in a few years, if Mahindra Racing have their way.
Force India's Formula One journey in 8 short tales: From awful first season to memorable race at home in 2011
Understandably, Indian Formula 1 fans are disappointed, but I believe it is time to celebrate the successful decade (2008-2018) Force India had in the world of Formula 1. Here are some highlights of the team, on and off track.
Formula One: Lewis Hamilton’s comments were blown out of proportion, but will controversy lead Mercedes to gag him?
History has proved that such a straightforward approach can be a double-edged sword, increasingly in the viral world of social media. In case of Hamilton, the sheer number of clarifications he has had to issue on social media indicate that he is human after all.
Lewis Hamilton questions Formula One's policy of organising races in new countries, cites India, Vietnam as examples
Lewis Hamilton questioned Formula One's decision to expand beyond its traditional heartlands, adding races in China, India, South Korea, Singapore and Turkey, with mixed results.
Javelin thrower Davinder Singh Kang provisionally suspended after failing dope test, faces four-year ban
Kang's dope failure was intimated to the AFI by the IAAF and his name was removed from the starting line-up of men's javelin throw at the Indian Grand Prix.
If Singapore was already not happening enough, it gets its additional dose of energy from the Grand Prix, which has established its rightful place on the ever-crowded Formula One calendar in less than a decade.
In the recent past, Asia has been one of the biggest market failures for Formula One to capture with exits in India, Korea and Malaysia (in 2018).
"India is a country that certainly has great potential and as we go forward, we will continue to study. We have so far not got a chance to engage in depth yet, it has only been a little over half a year since the complete change in ownership," said Carey in response to a PTI query.
Sprinter Dutee Chand on Saturday got the confirmation to take part in the World Championships. Meanwhile, the top tribunal of international sports suspended the Hyperandrogenism policy of IAAF
Haryana sprinter Dharambir Singh, who was barred from representing the country in the Rio Olympics at the last minute for failing a dope test, has been slapped an eight-year ban by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA).
Three track and field athletes, including veteran triple jumper Renjith Maheswary, booked Rio Olympics berths with national record breaking performances in the 4th Indian Grand Prix in Bengaluru on Monday.
More than 100 athletes, including some national campers, and their counterparts from Maldives and Sri Lanka will take part in the final qualification events for the Rio Olympic Games at the 3rd and 4th Indian Grand Prix to be held in Bengaluru on 10 and 11 July.
Dutee Chand crossed the finish line in 11.37 secs to win the 100m sprint race, well ahead of HM Jyothi and her state-mate Srabani Nanda.