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Youth Olympics

Year in Review: An exceptional year for Indian Shooting

Few other sports in India can match the achievements of shooting in 2018. In what turned out to be the most successful year for the Indian shooting contingent yet, India dominated the medal tally at Asian Games and Commonwealth...

India’s first Olympian sports minister’s successful battle to free sports from politics

2018, the first complete year India had an Olympian as sports minister, might be remembered in the future as the year some sporting superpower seeds were sown in our fertile land. Sure, there were giant-killing, history-scripting acts by our...

In Numbers: India’s Badminton stars at Youth Olympic Games

Lakshya Sen repeated the performance of his senior counterpart HS Prannoy with a Silver at the ongoing Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires but the road was anything but easy. The former World No 1 in the Junior events had...

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: Manu Bhaker back on track with a Gold

Till last night, India did not have a Gold medal at the Youth Olympics. Now we have two. This is India's flagbearer and India's first female Youth Olympic champion. This is Manu Bhakar. She won India's second GOLD at the...