Fellow swimmer Sajan Prakash, who is training in Dubai currently, is also unlikely to take part in the event given the quarantine norms in place.
In just over 2 months, the first batch of Indian athletes will be leaving for Japanese shores from their respective training camps or exposure trips.
Matthias Schwab continued his excellent form on the 2021 Race to Dubai as his opening round 66 handed him the lead on day one.
NRAI didn't consider Chinki Yadav among the best two shooters in 25 metre pistol event, and picked Manu Baker and Rahi Sarnobat ahead of her.
Seven elite athletes, including Olympic-bound race-walkers Sandeep Kumar and KT Irfan, have tested positive for COVID-19.
The cancellation of the Singapore event was after Malaysia Open and India Open had to be shelved due to the health crisis.
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Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh were blissfully unaware of the Olympic Games till 2016, let alone weaving dreams around it.
Prakash Padukone is making good recovery after having been discharged from a Bengaluru hospital where he was admitted for a week due to COVID.
Rifle shooter Abhinav Bindra admitted that he didn't know what to do after winning the Olympic Games gold.
Mack Horton is more concerned with securing his spot on Australia’s Olympic team following poor swims at last month’s nationals.
Representing India at the Olympic Games is every athlete's dream and she is no exception, says women's hockey team mid-fielder Neha Goyal.
Kiren Rijiju announced financial support of Rs 5 lakh each for the bereaved families of former hockey players MK Kaushik and Ravinder Pal Singh.
Polling in Japan persistently suggests people want the July 23-August 8 Olympics to be called off, having already been postponed by one year.
CA Bhavani Devi, the first-ever Indian fencer to qualify for the Olympics, is training in Italy and she revealed that she will be getting her first vaccine jab sometime next week.
Three-time national table tennis champion and noted coach V Chandrasekhar passed away here on Wednesday due to Covid-19.