London Marathon 2019: Nitendra Singh Rawat finishes 27th in prestigious race after clocking 2:15.59secs
India's Nitendra Singh Rawat finished 27th in the elite field of the prestigious London Marathon which was won by world record holder Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya on Sunday.
Mumbai Marathon 2019: Nitendra Singh Rawat, Sudha Singh brace for bigger challenges in future after victory
With Nitendra Singh Rawat and Sudha Singh winning their respective categories at the Mumbai Marathon, the focus for them will now turn on bigger challenges which lie ahead
Nitendra Singh Rawat broke the course record at Mumbai Marathon two years ago. But since then, a spate of injuries have hurt his career. On Sunday, the army man is looking to resuscitate his career with another course record.
Delhi Half Marathon 2018: Nitendra Singh Rawat, Gopi Thonakal lead India's challenge after eight-month layoff
As Nitendra Singh Rawat and Gopi Thonakal gear up for Delhi Half Marathon, they rue lack of quality competitions and the inability to train together.
Gopi clocked 2 hours, 15 minutes and 16 seconds to clinch the gold under ideal running conditions but missed the tough Commonwealth Games qualification mark set by the Athletics Federation of India.
Mumbai Marathon 2018: Elite runners unhappy with 'amateurs', curves on course and 'hidden water stations'
Ahead of Sunday’s Mumbai Marathon, many of the elite marathoners had predicted course records to fall by the wayside. Sunday came and went, with the course records standing their ground firmly.
Mumbai Marathon 2018: On 2016 champ Nitendra Singh Rawat's comeback, Gopi Thonakal leaves with bragging rights
In a race of small margins, Gopi held on to his pace and finished ahead of Nitendra Singh Rawat, the man he had been a pacer to in 2016.
Mumbai Marathon 2018: Solomon Deksisa, Amane Gobena win gold, Gopi Thonakal pips Nitendra Singh Rawat
Deksisa clocked 2 hours, 9 minutes, 34 secs, off the course record of 2:08:35, while his compatriot Shumet crossed the finish line in 2:10:00.
At the course at which he set his personal best timing, an injury-free Nitendra Singh Rawat eyes qualification for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Rio Olympics 2016, Day 16 highlights: Rio hands Olympic flag to Tokyo in glittering closing ceremony
Day 16 of the Rio Olympics 2016 will have India's wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt and marathon runners Thonnakkal Gopi, Kheta Ram and Nitendra Singh Rawat in action
Thanackal Gopi and Kheta Ram put up an inspired show and clocked their personal best timings to finish 25th and 26th respectively in the men's marathon.
Day 16 of the Rio Olympics 2016 will see Indians in action across two events – wrestling and athletics. All eyes will be on Yogeshwar Dutt for a medal.
Rawat is the fastest man in India in the marathon event. He's come a long way from protecting the Kashmir border to representing India at the Olympics
Gideon Kipketer won the men's race in an all-East African clean sweep by setting a new record in the 13th Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on Sunday.
India's best long distance runners will be vying for the top spot when they compete alongside world class athletes in the country's premier 42.195 km race, the Mumbai Marathon.