Commonwealth Games champion P Kashyap feels London Games bronze medallist Saina Nehwal is the 'best bet' to win a medal for India and said P V Sindhu and K Srikanth could be the 'dark horses' during India's campaign at next month's Rio Olympics. ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
Rio de Janeiro: Hopes are high from Indian shuttlers at the Olympics as seven of them gear up to battle it out with the world's top players for a medal. Four years ago, there were five Indian shuttlers at the London Olympics, but this time around ...News18.com, 1 month ago Rio Olympics Badminton Preview: Indians eyeing multiple medals The Sports Campus, 1 month ago Indian shuttlers eyeing multiple medals at Rio Yahoo! India, 1 month ago Rio Olympics 2016: Indian shuttlers eyeing multiple medals at Rio Olympics India.com, 1 month ago
New Delhi, Aug 24 (PTI) Recovering from a knee injury, P Kashyap has shifted his base to Bangalore for a couple of months to train under coach Tom John and get back to his best for the upcoming tournaments in Indonesia, Japan and Korea. "It has ...Press Trust of India, 1 month ago Parupalli Kashyap shifts base to Bangalore for two months DNA India, 1 month ago P Kashyap shifts base to Bangalore for training Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
RIO DE JANEIRO: Long after BACKGROUND X PV Sindhu creates history, wins silver medal in Olympics PV Sindhu poses kissing her medal. (Reuters Photo) Highlights Sindhu lost in the final to World No.1 Carolina Marin 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 ...Times of India, 1 month ago
New Delhi: A new star was born out of a veteran's yeoman service to the game - this perhaps summed up India's brilliant badminton campaign at the Rio Olympics which was as much about the legend of Pullela Gopichand as the historic silver clinched by ...Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago India's Epic Feat at Rio Shows Indian Badminton in Safe Hands News18.com, 1 month ago PV Sindhu's Epic Feat In 2016 Rio Olympics Shows Indian Badminton In Safe Hands NDTV, 1 month ago India's epic feat at Rio shows badminton in safe hands New Indian Express, 1 month ago
7 September 2016, Mumbai, Agencies Boxer Vikas Krishan Yadav today said the pressure of expectations got to him at the Rio Olympics where he crashed out in the quarter-finals of the 75kg class. There's always pressure on us (boxers).Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago
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