With no fixed tenure, no office space, no staff, and no infrastructure, Shiva Keshavan has a clean, even if scratchy, slate to begin, but then, walking alone has never been a problem for him.
In a letter addressed to the Arjuna awardee, the federation informed Keshavan of its decision to appoint him for the twin role while acknowledging his achievements representing India in the past 22 years.
Firstpost Masterclass: Luge legend Shiva Keshavan deconstructs the science, technique, and mindset behind his art
What is luge and what challenges does it entail? How does one slide on ice at 150 kmph and battle G forces at the same time? How to excel in a sport that is measured to one-thousandth of a second? India's lone luge exponent Shiva Keshavan breaks down his sport in this edition of Firstpost Masterclass
Luge racer Shiva Keshavan in talks with a 'couple of state governments' over establishing winter sports academy in India
Shiva Keshavan, the first Indian representative to compete in luge at the Winter Olympics, is aiming to build an academy to nurture talented youngsters and is in talks with a couple of state governments.
Google doodles into the fifth day of the Winter Olympics 2018 with a raccoon winning a luge gold medal
Google Doodle shows the raccoon waking up from a deep slumber, and accidentally, slips into the natural track for sledging
Winter Olympics 2018: Shiva Keshavan says representing India for the past 20 years has been a celebration
Keshavan, the poster boy of winter sports in India for the last 20 years, brought the curtains down on his international career after taking part in his sixth Winter Olympics in South Korea.
India's Shiva Keshavan finished 34th position at Pyeongchang 2018. He leaves the sport as Asia’s fastest man and India’s only six-time Winter Olympian.
Highlights Winter Olympics 2018, men's luge at Pyeongchang: India's Shiva Keshavan finishes 34th, David Gleirscher wins gold
As Shiva Keshavan prepares to finish his 20-year Winter Olympics career on a high at Pyeongchang, catch our live blog of the men's singles luge event.
A handful of supporters, including his family members, cheered Keshavan at the stands with Indian flags in their hands but he had a very bad start to his event.
Pyeongchang 2018: Meet Shiva Keshavan's biggest rivals as the Indian prepares to compete in his sixth Winter Olympics
As Shiva Keshavan competes in his sixth Olympics, a look at the top names in contention in the men's singles luge event at Pyeongchang.
A day before the beginning of the Winter Olympics, the Indian flag was raised at the games village at a formal team welcome ceremony.
Pyeongchang 2018: Shiva Keshavan and his long, often lonely, march as India's Winter Olympics torchbearer
For 20 years, Keshavan has been a constant torchbearer for India at the Winter Olympics, walking along an often lonely path. And throughout it all — 20 winters of trudging through systemic indifference and rising debts — he's found a way of keeping the flame burning.
The rules of luge are very simple, but luging, in itself, is quite complex. Essentially, lugers have to travel through a steep and inclined ice-track, and record the fastest finish time. Since lugers travel at speeds more than 120 km/h, their finish time is calculated to the thousandth of a second, making it one of the most precisely-timed sports in the world.
Winter Olympics 2018: Shiva Keshavan's fight to get athletes their due won't stop after his retirement from luge
Shiva, who took the world of luge by storm in 1998, is now all geared up to participate in the 2018 Pyeongchang Games — his sixth Olympic appearance.
Winter Olympics 2018: A visual explainer to luge, the sliding sport in which India's Shiva Keshavan will compete in
Here’s an in-depth look at luge, which will see India’s Shiva Keshavan compete for the sixth, and possible last, time in Pyeongchang.
Winter Olympics 2018: From different sports to Indians in contention, a handy guide to the mega event at Pyeongchang
With the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics just around the corner, here’s a handy primer for the mega event.
Jagdish trains at the High Altitude Warfare School (HAWS) at Gulmarg and is scheduled to compete in the 15-km Nordic skiing freestyle event.
Shiva Keshavan first competed in a Winter Olympics in 1998, when he became the youngest person to ever officially qualify for the Olympic Games in luge.
Shiva Keshavan qualifies for his 6th Winter Olympics after achieving necessary points at Viessmann Luge World Cup
Luger Shiva Keshavan needed five necessary points to achieve the qualification standard for next year's mega-event and he managed to achieve that at the World Cup.
India's first Winter Olympian, Shiva Keshavan has urged the authorities to come forward and help the athletes who are left to battle all odds in their quest to bring laurels to the country.