Covid-19 delay means new mother Geeta can dream of Tokyo again
Out of contention for the Olympics at the start of 2020, Geeta Phogat believes she now stands a chance to make it to Tokyo next year.
Return to roots: Divya Kakran back to mud wrestling to train, escape coronavirus
When she began, Divya Kakran wanted to get away from the mud. Now the urge to wrestle again and escape coronavirus has sent her back.
Vinesh to be nominated for Khel Ratna, Sakshi applies for Arjuna
Vinesh, the only woman wrestler to have qualified for Tokyo Olympics, had missed out on the honour last year, with fellow wrestler Bajrang Punia getting the award.
No immediate camp for wrestlers since SOP rules are too strict
Wrestling Federation of India says SAI's SOP rules are very restrictive and it is better to wait until the lockdown is over.
'I am not going anywhere' - Sushil Kumar has eyes set on Tokyo 2021
Sushil Kumar is confident that the postponement of Tokyo 2020 will help him qualify for a fourth Olympic Games.
Narsingh's Olympic dream lives on with Tokyo postponement
Four years after his Olympic hopes were crushed by a doping scandal, Narsingh believes "destiny" has brought him a new lifeline.
'I'm laughing because I can't even cry' - Tokyo hopefuls stare at 'uncertain' future
India's sporting fraternity were unsurprisingly deflated upon hearing news of the Olympic Games being pushed back by a year.
Ugra: Let's seek more sheroes, not just celebrate a day
For India's female athletes, Women's Day will really acquire meaning, if they find more company - not merely at the top, but from the bottom up.
Bajrang fine-tuning moves to make Tokyo memorable
While Bajrang Punia qualified early for the Olympics, Sakshi Malik only has a slim chance of making it to Tokyo.
Ahead of Tokyo, Vinesh looks at positives from Asian C'ships bronze
Vinesh Phogat lost in the first round to Mayu Mukaida for the third time, but believes she is getting better against the Japanese.
Divya Kakran's well-deserved title headlines Indian women's gold rush
The absence of wrestlers from China, North Korea and Turkmenistan at the Asian Wrestling Championships takes nothing away from India's three golds.
From Russia with love: Wrestling exports turn Asian stars
Increasingly more Russian wrestlers are switching nationalities owing to the high level of competition in their own country.
7-0 up and six seconds left, Iranian wrestler forfeits amid doping controversy
Greco-Roman wrestler Behrooz Hedayat was in the middle of a bizarre doping storm at the Asian Championships in Delhi.
Sunil Kumar fulfills father's dream with elusive Asian C'ships gold
Ashwini Kumar dreamed one of his sons would succeed as a wrestler, a dream Sunil Kumar fully realised with his first senior gold.
Spotlight on Bajrang as depleted fields boost India's chances
With no Chinese wrestler taking part, the likes of Vinesh Phogat, Deepak Punia and Ravi Kumar will all be eyeing medals.
Wrestlers on edge as Coronavirus casts shadow over Asian Championships
On Monday, it was confirmed that China would not be participating in the tournament after being denied visas by the Indian government.
Next-gen wrestlers shine as Anshu, Sonam stun seniors at trials
Anshu Malik beat Pooja Dhanda in the 57kg category, while Sonam Malik edged out Sakshi Malik in the 62kg division.
Tokyo hopeful Jitender looks to step out of Sushil's shadow
By earning his place in the first two events of the year, Jitender Kumar says he will gain the experience he needs to face Sushil Kumar, whom he has lost to twice recently.
Athletes of the decade: Sizzling Sindhu, Magnificent Mary and more
The 2010s were arguably the most successful in Indian sport. Who were the five athletes that stood out?
A decade of reinvention and revolution
Sharda Ugra looks back at the odyssey of Indian sport through the decade, which has been in sync with PV Sindhu's progression.
Nuanced and layered, hard to disentangle using mere cinematic smoke and mirrors, Sushil v Narsingh is less blockbuster movie, more a novel.
The Sushil-Narsingh-WFI story, explained.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
Relentless ambition, achievements at the state level, political clout, and proximity to the powers that be are some of the factors that have propelled his ascent
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again