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Photos were shared on social media after breakfast and the athletes were seen enjoying the moment. On Sunday, the Prime Minister, in his Independence Day speech, had applauded the Indian Olympic athletes
After attending the historic flag hoisting event at the national capital, Neeraj took to his official Twitter handle and penned an emotional note.
"His temperature was 103 till yesterday. But he is getting better now. His (Covid) report also came negative. Doctor has advised him rest. He had a hectic schedule and that is the reason he fell ill," the person said.
The Tokyo Olympics silver medallist expects more women to compete at the highest level in the near future
Under Marijne, the Indian women did the unthinkable in Tokyo Olympics, reaching the semifinals for the first time by stunning three-time world gold medallist Australia 1-0 in the quarterfinals
The 'Sultan' actor shared the photo on his Instagram handle, in which he gave Mirabai a hug and in the caption congratulated her on her win at the recently held Olympics.
The federation is reportedly angry with the star grappler for her indiscipline at the Games, as Phogat had refused to stay at the Games village and train with other Indian team members.
The javelin thrower bagged the gold medal in men’s javelin throw at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on August 7.
Every day, he stood outside the Olympic village with a placard that said, “Good morning athletes! Even if you don’t get a medal, you’re still the BEST!!! So believe in yourself!”
Neeraj Chopra made history by becoming the first Indian to win Gold in track and field at the Olympic Games.
To commemorate this special and historic feat, on behalf of the fans Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd., India's much loved and celebrated sports team and Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni extend their wishes to Neeraj Chopra
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