Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Shooting

At Youth Olympics, young shooters prove they are truly “world-class”

The story of India’s performances in multinational tournaments, such as the Olympics, have often been limited to near misses and heartbreaks. Much has been said about the lack of world-class talent representing the nation and also about their abilities to...

Youth Olympics: Three out of four medalists are from Eastern part of India

Three out of four medalists from India at the #YouthOlympics are from the Eastern part of the country. A very encouraging trend.

Charting out the journey of Mehuli Ghosh

At the 10th Asian Airgun Championships held in Wako City, Japan, Mehuli Ghosh along with Samiksha Dhingra reinstated the strength of women’s shooting in the country as they won the youth and junior air rifle gold medals respectively at...

From Baidyabati to Youth Olympics: Mehuli Ghosh has learnt to shoot for the stars

The ascending sound of din in the air was enough to reveal that the travelling fair had come to town. The gigantic Ferris wheel and the adrenaline-pumping Pirate Ship could not do their best to impress the little Mehuli...

Stigma, financial troubles no barrier to success for Rubina Francis

In sports, we often take the relationship between an athlete and their coach for granted. Since most of the development takes place outside the limelight, we often overlook the challenges faced by both the individuals. Instead, we only come...