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Mar 21, 2019
Asian Championships could be critical for Indian athletes in run up to World Championships, Tokyo OlympicsAsian Championships could be critical for Indian athletes in run up to World Championships, Tokyo Olympics
Mar 07, 2019
Athletes' demand for more events vs eventual reluctance to compete: The glaring contradiction of Indian athleticsPoor turnout at Indian GP events highlights glaring contradiction between athletes’ demand for more competitions and eventual reluctance to compete.
Jan 15, 2019
After landmark 2018, triple jumper Arpinder Singh readies for giant leap at World ChampionshipsCurrently being coached by Jeremy Fisher, one of the top jump coaches in the USA, Arpinder will return to India at the end of March for the Federation Cup.
Oct 04, 2018
Asian Games gold medallist Jinson Johnson says there's more to learn from losing abroad than winning in IndiaJinson Johnson has his sights set on the 2020 Olympics after a successful Asian Games where he won two medals and will be hoping to solidify his place as one of India's best athletes.
Sep 26, 2018
Russian athletics chief fires letter to IAAF demanding its reinstatement; files appeal before CASRussian athletics, emboldened by WADA's lifting of the three-year ban on Russia's anti-doping agency (RUSADA) has demanded to have its ban from track and field terminated, according to a letter seen by The Times.
Sep 12, 2018
After Asian Games gold, heptathlete Swapna Barman says she 'wants to be fully fit before taking the field again'Asian Games gold medallist Swapna Barman will travel to Mumbai to find the right cure for her troubled knee and back.
Sep 08, 2018
PU Chitra finishes creditable fourth in women's 1500m in IAAF Continental Cup; Jinson Johnson seventh in men's 800mPU Chitra finished a creditable fourth in women's 1500 metres race while Jinson Johnson ended seventh in men's 800 metres on the first day of the IAAF Continental Cup in Ostrava on Saturday.
Sep 04, 2018
Seema Punia interview: If not for discus throw, I would have been in some remote village tending to cowsThe road to glory in Tokyo will not be an easy one for Seema but the battle scarred veteran is not willing to give up. Her previous Olympic campaigns have been forgettable, failing to make it to the finals. And this is reason for the gutsy fighter to give her best shot at redemption.
Aug 26, 2018
Asian Games 2018: Tajinderpal Singh Toor steps out of shadows with shot put gold, raises hopes of sport's revival in countryThe gold medal would mean the greatest to Tajinderpal's father Karam Singh, battling bone cancer for a couple of years now. After all, it was he who suggested that Tajinderpal give up his obsession with cricket and pursue an individual sport.
Aug 11, 2018
Asian Games 2018: With emergence of young stars, fans can expect track and field team to reap rich dividends at IndonesiaPowerful displays by 400m sprinters Muhammad Anas and Hima Das, half-miler Jinson Johnson and javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra have spawned belief that India’s track and field stars would also reap rich dividends.