Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Tokyo Olympics

PV Sindhu follows in the footsteps of Saina Nehwal

It has been on the cards that Sindhu would not train under Gopichand ever since she left for London to train there before returning this month.

Working hard to be part of team for Olympics, says Dilpreet Singh

He's taking each training session as an opportunity to make a strong case for a spot in the Olympics squad.

Amit Pangal receives invitation for Iranian Boxing League

Currently, Panghal is practising at Bellary in Karnataka in India's camp with his personal coach Anil Dhankhar. Before confirming his participation in the tournament, the boxer will discuss with his camp's high-performance

PV Sindhu: I have learnt a lot more from my losses

"I learnt a lot last year. The first thing was patience, because we had no tournaments for a couple of months. We couldn't step out or play badminton, and we needed to have patience," Sindhu said.

Badminton Federation releases calendar for first half of 2021

The new-look BWF tournament calendar 2021 sees a number of tournaments postponed from Q1 and Q2, and a handful of Grade 2 tournaments cancelled

Delayed Tokyo Olympics to cost additional $1.9 billion: Report

The 2020 Games were pushed back a year as Covid-19 spread around the globe, and are now scheduled to open on July 23, 2021.

Tokyo Olympics will have fans: IOC chief

Olympic chief also pledged that the IOC would "undertake great efforts" to make sure as many participants and spectators as possible are vaccinated before arriving in Japan, if a vaccine is available

Tokyo Olympics may allow foreign fans

Tokyo organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto, after a meeting Thursday about infection countermeasures, confirmed for the first time that a limited number of non-Japanese fans may be allowed to attend

Defender Kothajit says India shaping up for Tokyo

Kothajit said that the Indian team returned to the pitch at the right time and are moving forward with each sports activities session.

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