- Neeraj Chopra Grows Into A Colossus With Elusive Track And Field Olympic Gold
Neeraj Chopra heralded a new era in Indian athletics with his colossal Tokyo Olympics gold that acquired him a super star status in the country which had waited for such spectacular success in track and field events for more than a century.
- Gymnastics is Not Circus, Says Dipa Karmakar After Historic Commonwealth Games Bronze
Dipa Karmakar became the first Indian woman and the second person from the country to clinch a historic Commonwealth Games medal in artistic gymnastics when she won the women's vault bronze in Glasgow
- Tintu Luka: From remote Kerala village to Olympic semi-final in London
When Tintu Luka ran the race of her life to enter the semi-finals of the women's two-lap race, not many in India took note. Most were focused on the upcoming bout that boxer MC Mary Kom would fight in a couple of hours against World number 2 Nicola Adams.
- Who is Tintu Luka?
India's Tintu Luka entered the semi-finals of the women's two-lap race by finishing third in 2 minutes, 1.75 seconds in heat number two. She narrowly pipped Morocco's Malika Akkaoui. In the semi-final tonight she will be up against the likes of Caster Semenya and Alysia Johnson Montano.
- Olympics athletics: Sharp's success brings back joy of life to dad
British 800m runner Lynsey Sharp qualified for the Olympic semifinals on Wednesday, bringing a rare smile to the face of proud dad Cameron, a former sprinter disabled in a car crash 20 years ago.