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.
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India will win eight medals including one gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, according to the 'Olympics and Economics report' released by Goldman Sachs.
India's biggest ever contingent would nonetheless be eyeing a historic medal haul when the 31st Olympics – the first ever in South America – get underway in Rio.
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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.
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.
It simply means that Narsingh has been exonerated of the punishment for testing positive. For all practical purposes, he remains a dope tainted athlete, as he tested positive not once but three times
Sakshi Malik has always played second fiddle to Geeta phogat in their wrestling category, but this Olympic event paints a different picture.
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.
Manavjit Singh Sandhu is a veteran shooter and a former world number won who has won at every major tournament – except an Olympic medal.
if Sania Mirza and Prarthana Thombare manage to channelise their past experience and fighting spirit, they have the potential to advance at the Rio Olympics.
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While the expectation of an Olympic medal, or even a place in the final, from Sajan Prakash will be implausible, but he will be hoping for individual improvement.
While the men's singles draw will undoubtedly be tough, world number 11 Kidambi Srikanth has the ability to cause big upsets, as we have seen in the past, and can be looked at as a potential medal prospect.