Indian Wheelchair tennis star Shiva Prasad is doing his bit for Para-athletes

The Rio Olympics is just a matter of months away and the sports fans of India have started to rally around the Indian athletes. All the attention, glitz, and glamor get focused to the Summer Olympic Games in this time frame; but we always fail to give attention to the Para-Olympics, which happens later. While

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Yogeshwar Dutt To Lead Wrestling Squad In Rio Qualifiers

Wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt is all set to spearhead the Indian contention in the Asian Olympic Qualifiers that will be held at Astana, Kazakhstan. The Qualifiers will take place from March 18th to 20th. The men’s squad, which will be headed by Yogeshwar Dutt, has five freestyle wrestlers and six Greco-Roman wrestlers. Yogeshwar had to overcome

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Saina Hopes To Be Injury-Free Ahead Of Rio

Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal has said that she wants to be free of injuries ahead of this year’s Rio Olympics. Along with this, Saina is keeping her hopes high about winning a medal this year after clinching Bronze in London. “Last time, I was very fortunate to get bronze medal. So, hopefully, this time,

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PV Sindhu To Get Huge Reward From BAI

Indian badminton starlet, PV Sindhu, who recently won the Malaysian Masters Grand Prix, is all set to receive a huge reward from Badminton Association of India (BAI). The Association has announced a cash reward of Rs. 5 Lakhs for the badminton star after he historic win in Malaysia last week. Sindhu, who was seeded third

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US Training Will Improve Olympic Chances: Inderjeet Singh

Indian Shot putter Inderjeet Singh said that his training stint in the United States would improve the chances of winning a medal at Rio. Inderjeet started training in the Aphelion Athletics Club in Pennsylvania in November along with his personal coaches Shakti Singh and Pritam Singh. “When I trained in India, all I did was

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Indian Golfer Aditi Ashok Aims To Participate In Rio

After making history by winning the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Aicha Tour School title in Morocco, Aditi Ashok has set her sight on a Rio Olympics berth. Golf is all set to make a return to the Olympics after a long time and Aditi is confident of making it. “I would work on each event

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Rio Olympics: Group For Indian Hockey Team Revealed

The Indian Hockey team will play alongside the likes of Germany and Netherlands in Pool B at the 2016 Rio Olympics. World No.2 Netherlands is expected to be a big challenge for India in a group, which also contains Argentina (6), Ireland (12), and Canada (14). India, however, enjoyed a win against Netherlands recently in

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What Went Wrong With India’s Golden Pair in Badminton?

The badminton stars from India have made their mark successfully at the world level in recent times. Many took steps forward in putting their names in the memories of the badminton faithful. On the other hand, some of them have unfortunately failed to live up to the big expectations and reputation that they made in

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Asian Shooting Championship Recap: India Finish Third

The Indian Shooting team finished third in the 2015 Asian Shooting Championship held in Kuwait. The Indian shooters won a total of 15 gold medals, 10 silvers and 10 bronze medals to have a total of 35 medals. China finished second with 16 gold, 12 Silvers and 9 bronze medals and South Korea came first

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Combat Sportsperson Of The Week: Sumit Sangwan

A young 22 year old pugilist from India has already made waves for the country at the international level. Emerging as one of the candidates for the 2012 London Olympics, Sumit Sangwan is already an experienced Olympian. With the Rio Olympics in sight the youngster would hope to make it his second Olympics and improve

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