Iran's judokas free to take part in Tokyo Olympics after CAS cancels suspension of country's judo federation
The Iranian federation hailed a "great victory" and said it hoped the decision would lead to an "improvement" in relations with the International Judo Federation.
Iran Judo Federation slams ban imposed by world federation; says it is based on 'false claims' of not facing Israeli judoka
Judo federation issued a provisional ban last month while probing allegations Iran's Saeid Mollaei had been ordered to lose a combat in order to avoid facing an Israeli at the World Championships
Judo federation issued a provisional ban last month while investigating a report that Iran had ordered a judoka to lose deliberately at the world championships to avoid facing an Israeli competitor
Iran's judo federation calls suspension from international competition 'unfair,' blames Saeid Mollaei for intensifying situation
The International Judo Federation (IJF) said earlier it banned Iran for allegedly ordering a judoka to lose at the world championships to avoid facing an Israeli competitor
Nine years after Ryoko Tamura's retirement, India's Tababi Devi wants to become like her and replicate her achievements. Here she talks about her ambitions, near-term targets and improvement areas.
They once cashed their fixed deposits to realise Avtar Singh's Olympic dream and the Indian judoka's parents are in Rio de Janeiro to support him when he begins his campaign at the Carioca Arena 2 in Barra da Tijuca.
Avtar Singh hasn't ever participated in the Asian Games, any world championships and this is the first time in the Olympics. Will he finally make it in Rio?