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.
Winter Olympics 2018: Jagdish Singh finishes 103rd in cross-country skiing as Indian campaign at Pyeongchang ends
Jagdish, who was making his Olympic debut, clocked 43.03 minutes while crossing the finish line at the Alpensia Cross-Country Skiing Centre to end his race at 103rd out of 119 competitors.
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.
Winter Olympics 2018: Cross country skier Jagdish Singh's journey from penury to Pyeongchang limelight
On 16 February, 26-year-old Jagdish Singh will represent India in cross-country skiing, becoming just the fourth ever Indian in history to do so.
Pyeongchang 2018: India's Shiva Keshavan finishes 34th in men's singles luge event at sixth and last Olympics
The 36-year-old Keshavan produced the best timing of his campaign as he covered the 1,344 metre track at the Olympic Sliding Center in 48.900 seconds in his third round heat.
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.
Take a look at some of the best pictures from the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
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.
Here is all you need to know about when and where to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics in India.
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.
Iqbal's name as Jagdish's coach has been cleared by the Indian Olympics Association after being recommended by the High Altitude Warfare School (HAWS) at Gulmarg
Winter Olympics 2018: Shiva Keshavan says he would be happy if more Indians participate in the Games
Competing in his sixth and last Winter Olympics, pioneer luger Shiva Keshavan wants to overcome a recent injury and end his international career with a flourish during the Pyeongchang Games, starting this week.
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.