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featuresports15 hours ago

Say no to choking under pressure at Olympics; Mental training is the way forward

Indian athletes are slowly starting to excel in various sports and the country boasts of some of the best talents world, be it in shooting, badminton, boxing, or wrestling, to name a few. Now emphasis should be laid on mental training, so that athletes don't fail under pressure on the global stage.
Madhav Agarwal
featuresportsa month ago

2020 Tokyo Olympics | World toppers who slipped at the Games

Seven medals - the most for an Indian contingent in the history of the Olympics, what an exciting 16 days it has been in Tokyo, with Neeraj Chopra's triumph just escalating it to another level. However, several athletes, who were expected to go the distance, but faltered when it mattered the most.
sounak mullick
featuresportsa month ago

2020 Tokyo Olympics | Hit, Miss or Meh - How the Indian contingent fared at the Games

The Tokyo Olympics was the most successful outing for India ever, with them claiming 1 gold, 2 silver, and 4 bronze medals. While the likes of Neeraj Chopra, Ravi Dahiya and Mirabai Chanu surpassed expectations, some have underachieved, let us have a look at the hit, miss, and meh from the Games.
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Indian athletes who have an outside shot at glory ft. Pooja Rani and Rahi Sarnobat

Despite a record number of athletes appearing for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics from India, the main area of focus is restricted to a few athletes, especially the medal contenders. However, there are many athletes who are capable of going the extra mile at the Games. Do you know who they are?
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | India's top medal contenders

With less than ten days to go for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics to go, the fever is catching up for the greatest sporting spectacle, which is set to take place after five long years. A total of 119 athletes have qualified for the event so far, with quite a few expected to win a medal.
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | India's Greatest Olympians

India won its first Olympic medal at the 1900 Paris Olympics, while the nation earned its first gold medal at the 1928 Amsterdam edition in hockey. Till 2016, India have won a total of 28 medals, but only a few athletes have achieved the immortal status in our country - let's have a look.
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympian - Sushila Devi Likmabam (Judo)

Sushila Devi Likmabam qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics by virtue of the continental quota, with her ranked seventh in Asia as per the OGC (Olympic Games Quota). The Manipuri would be the first female judoka from India to feature at the Olympics since Garima Chaudhury's appearance in 2012.
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympian - Fouaad Mirza (Equestrian)

Fouaad Mirza will be India’s third-ever entry in Equestrian at the Olympics, after Indrajit Lamba’s appearance in 1996 and Imtiaz Anees in 2000. The Bengaluru-based athlete, who is now training in Germany, qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics by finishing first in the Asia/Oceania qualifiers group.
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympians - Indian Golf Team

Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri and Aditi Ashok have already appeared at the 2016 Rio Olympics and both of them have also booked their tickets for the 2021 Tokyo Games. However, 30-year old Udayan Mane, who qualified after Argentine Emiliano Grillo withdrew, is set to make his debut at the Games.
sounak mullick
featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympians - Arvind Singh and Arjun Lal (Rowing)

Kasam Khan and Inderpal Singh jointly became India’s first entry to the Olympics in rowing, at the 2000 Sydney Games, when they qualified for the Men’s Coxless Pair event. Dattu Baban Bhokanal came closest to winning a medal, having finished 13th in Singles Sculls, at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
sounak mullick