Indians At Rio 2016
Indians At Rio 2016 News
Rio Olympics bronze-winning wrestler Sakshi Malik on Tuesday termed the life story of para athlete Deepa Malik as inspiring.
India's Amit Kumar Saroha missed a bronze medal by a whisker in the men's F-51 club throw competition at the Rio Paralympic Games on Friday
The first Indian woman to clinch a Paralympic medal, a thrilled Deepa Malik says her F-53 shot put silver is a result of being daring enough to dream.
India's individual Olympic moments will go down in history as an amazing feat considering the times they were achieved in. Here's a look at some of them.
The Indian men's hockey team will skip Friday's opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in order to keep fresh for its match against Ireland on Saturday.
Irfan Kolothum Thodi is India’s medal aspirant in the 20km walk event in Athletics at the 2016 Rio Olympics that start from 5 August and ends on 21 August.
The story of Badminton pairing Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy is of progression. They are the first Indian doubles team to qualify for badminton at the Olympics.
Grappler Sandeep Tomar is confident of the wrestling contingent's medal chances at Rio, will he be one of the medal prospects?
Nirmala Sheoran is a sprinter and an Olympic bound Indian quarter-miler. She is also a part of the Indian women’s 4x400m relay team that is bound for Rio.
With 19 years of experience, Mouma Das is one of the most familiar faces in Indian table tennis.
Ravinder will have a slew of intimidating opponents to defeat to clinch a medal at Rio. Will the grappler make his mark in Greco-Roman wrestling?
Sathish Sivalingam works as a Senior Clerk with the Southern Railways, Chennai. He also happens to be the sole male weightlifter to represent Indian in Rio.
Gurpreet who missed out on the 2012 Olympics will now be keen to make a mark at the Rio Olympics and plot yet another rise in his shooting career that has seen many ups and downs.
26-year old Srabani Nanda from Orissa is a 100m, 200m and 4x100m Indian sprinter and qualified for the 200m and 4x100m relay for the Rio Olympics.
Manika’s tryst with the sport began when she was just four years old, she is now the top-ranked women's table tennis player in India.
At 40, Prakash Nanjappa will be making his Olympic debut and he is sure to leave no stone unturned to make sure he makes a mark.
Jinson Johnson will look to become the first Indian athlete to advance to the second round in the Men's 800m event for the first time since 1980.
The Indian women's hockey team is playing at the Olympics after 36 years after the 1980 Rome Games, where they finished fourth. At Rio 2016, they will hope to replicate that position.
Road to Rio: Bombayla Devi Laishram, the veteran Indian archer looking to end on a high at Olympics 2016
Bombayla Devi who will in all probability participate in her final Olympics will look to leave a mark at the Games
Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa don't start as outright favorites but, if they can manage to make it to the top two of in their group, they can make the quarterfinals and even reach the semis.