'You can never break performance into black and white, there will always be grey and that’s the nature of sport' 'My interest just lies in seeing how we can do better' IMAGE: Abhinav Bindra waves to the crowd after bowing out of the 10m Air Rifle final at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Photograph: PTI Heading the five-member review committee to probe Indian shooters’ 2016 Rio Olympics debacle, Abhinav Bindra has said his sole interest lies in paving the way to a better future ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Committee will ‘examine and identify in a cold and ruthless manner’ the causes behind shooting not securing any medals IMAGE: India’s shooter Abhinav Bindra reacts after loss in the men's 10m Air Rifle final at Rio Olympics 2016. Photograph: Atul Yadav/PTI. India's first and only individual Olympic gold-medallist Abhinav Bindra was named Chairman of a five-member review committee to probe the shooters' Rio Games debacle but has rescued himself from questioning them as he was ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
NRAI chief says 'blame me' after Indian shooters' dismal show IMAGE: India's Jitu Rai during the Men's 50m Pistol qualifying round during the Rio Olympics. Photograph: Atul Yadav/PTI . National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) President Raninder Singh took upon himself the blame for the shooters' dismal outing at the Rio Olympics, saying it was a mistake on his part to allow the athletes to train with personal coaches. Raninder admitted in making a ‘tactical blunder’, which ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The Beijing Games gold medallist rescued himself from questioning the shooters as he was himself a part of the team. "It’s is a very big task especially because you can never break performance into black and white, there will always be grey ...Jagran Post, 1 month ago
'The role of sports science, sport medicine is incredibly important in modern day sport. We can't do without it' IMAGE: India’s Abhinav Bindra reacts Photograph: IOA Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra was, for a change, not his laconic self as he fired a parting shot which revealed his plan to earn a living out of business that deals with "fitness, medical and high performance side of sports". Bindra, India's lone individual Olympic gold medallist, officially announced his retirement from ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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