With a world ran of 15, Laxmirani is an outsider for a medal, but getting on the podium at Rio Olympics 2016 isn't beyond the young Indian archer
A medal might be beyond OP Jaisha at the 2016 Olympics, but a top-eight finish would be regarded as a good showing from Kerala-born athlete
Will Manoj overcome the dour memories of the London Olympics to get a podium finish in Rio? 11 years of experience say that there's a good chance for it!
Yogeshwar Dutt's will and desire to compete and succeed at the top level is still driving him and hopefully, that is enough to secure India a medal at Rio.
The current Indian national record holder in long jump, Ankit Sharma, will be competing in the Men's Long Jump event in Rio.
Babita has learnt from her adversities and is ready for Rio. Will hard work pay off and bring the wrestling community in India into the spotlight?
Mairaj has paved the way for India in skeet shooting by qualifying for the Rio Olympics. Will he finally witness Olympic glory after 15 years of hard work?
Having failed to reach the final in the 2012 London Olympics, Tintu Luka will be keen to go at least one step better and reach the final of the Women's 800m event at Rio Olympics 2016
If Heena Sidhu can keeps her nerves at the event, drawing on the experience from her previous Olympics and World Cup performances, she has the potential to win a medal in Rio.
Sandeep Kumar, one of country's top athletes in race walking, will fly to Rio with an aim to put India on the global map for the sport.
Lalita Babar has proved that she deserves to be in India’s Olympic contingent by qualifying for both the 42.195 km marathon event and the 3000M steeplechase competition in Rio.
Dharambir Singh, India's only athlete in the 200m athletics category overcame several difficulties to script an unbelievable path to the Rio Olympics
Gagan Narang will be gearing up for his fourth appearance in the Olympics, hoping to secure a gold in the three disciplines that he'll be participating in.
Chain Singh refused to throw in the towel and in August 2015 finally booked an Olympics berth at the shooting World Cup in Gabala in Azerbaijan.
Atanu Das is a talented youngster who has edged out experienced competitors in the national trials. Armed with his international experience and his determination, he has the ability to spring a surprise at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The 2012 London Olympics left a psychological impact on boxer Vikas Krishan Yadav, but he's sure of winning a medal at Rio
Saikhom Mirabai Chanu has both the potential and the right guidance to make a mark at the Olympics and change the face of Indian weightlifting.
Four years after the London Olympics, where he was the youngest Indian, table-tennis player Soumyajit Ghosh is a wiser, stronger and a better sportsman, ready to make his mark at world's biggest sporting event.
By qualifying for Rio Olympics 2016, PV Sindhu has helped India send two ladies singles badminton players for the first time ever.
Dipa's Produnova vault in the 2014 Commonwealth Games made her a favourite in the gymnastics community. Will she get India its first gymnastics gold?