Unlike other edition of the Games, this year's Queens Baton Relay will be held as a symbolic event because of the pandemic.
Ravi Dahiya was scheduled to join Bajrang Punia but the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) confirmed that the plan has been shelved for now.
Hero's fall from grace, Olympic success, emergence of new star: 2021 had it all for Indian wrestling
If it brought mental trauma for Vinesh Phogat, whose Olympic dream lay shattered once again, the year also propped up a new star in Anshu Malikas as she reached the World Championship Final.
However, Stadnik was recently given a bigger responsibility with the Ukrainian national team making it impossible for him to coach the Indian till the 2024 Olympics.
Seasoned hockey goalkeeper PR Sreejesh and women's cricket team Test captain Mithali Raj were selected along with iconic Sunil Chhetri for the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna award.
The WFI will not force Tokyo Olympic silver medallist Ravi Dahiya to participate in the upcoming World Championships.
The Wrestling Federation of India will conduct trials on Tuesday for the Worlds, set to be held in Oslo, Norway from October 2-10.
The Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia felicitated the Olympian, saying that through his hard work, Dahiya has become a youth icon for the nation.
For Tokyo Olympics silver medallist wrestler Ravi Dahiya, the World Championships scheduled in Oslo, Norway, from October 2 to 10 is the next event to set sights on.
As the Tokyo Olympics come to a close, we a look at the medallists and those who came within touching distance of glory but couldn't quite make it to the podium.
The 23-year-old Haryana wrestler wasted no time after losing the final and declared he would change the colour of the medal at the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Ravi Dahiya said a silver medal will never give him satisfaction even though his performance would mean a lot for Indian wrestling.
Ravi Dahiya set the mat on fire with his power-packed performance against Nurislam Sanayev when he pinned his rival after lagging behind.
Ravi Dahiya became only the second Indian wrestler to win a silver medal at the Olympic Games after Sushil Kumar.
Ravi Dahiya on Thursday became only the second Indian wrestler to win a silver medal at the Olympic Games.