Bindra on biopic: I can't promise no dancing around trees
Abhinav Bindra has finally made peace with himself that a film on his life is in the works while Harshvardhan Kapoor - playing Bindra in his biopic - says he is trying his best to portray India's most decorated shooter.
Mittal, Rizvi win silver at Shotgun World Championship
India's Ankur Mittal won silver in the men's double trap after scoring 66 points in the final round at the ongoing ISSF Shotgun World Championship in Moscow on Tuesday.
Rathore's first target: restore respect for all sportsmen
Sports minister takes charge and relives his own journey to explain his philosophy of putting the players first.
Rathore as sports minister: right man, right place
Olympic medallist knows his way round Indian sport but his main challenge will be to enforce the new sports code.
Rajyavardhan Rathore becomes India's new sports minister
Athens Olympic silver medallist shooter Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore was on Sunday appointed the new sports minister in place of Vijay Goel.
Shooting WC: Sajjanar fourth, Ghatkar fifth in 10m air rifle
India's Pooja Ghatkar and Meghana Sajjanar narrowly missed out on a medal in the 10m air rifle event at the shooting World Cup in Gabala on Thursday. Sajjanar finished fourth after losing a shoot-off while Ghatkar finished fifth.
ESPN.in's Season 1: Tumultuous, unforgettable
Ali and Aizawl, Roger and Rio, Sakshi and Sindhu. Our first year was like a greatest hits package but now we're ready for the second-season syndrome.
Young gun Shapath shoots against all odds
At 15, shotgun shooter Shapath Bharadwaj marked his arrival on the international stage by entering the ISSF World Cup finals in May this year, becoming the youngest-ever to do so.
Ravi Kumar finishes fifth in shooting World Cup
India's Ravi Kumar missed out on a podium finish to end up in fifth position at the men's 10m air rifle event at the ISSF World Cup in Munich.
Narang 'beats' world record, wins silver in Germany
But the scores will not be considered official since the International Shooting Competition of Hannover is not an ISSF event.
Fifteen-year-old Shapath finishes sixth in double trap final
Fifteen-year-old Shapath Bharadwaj reached his maiden Shooting World Cup final when he qualified on a shootoff in fourth position in the men's double trap event in Larnaka, Cyprus.
ISSF WC: Ankur Mittal wins double trap gold
India's Ankur Mittal won the men's double trap event to secure his first World Cup gold at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Acapulco, Mexico on Wednesday.
W2W4: India and Australia meet in Ranchi, AFC Cup picks up steam
While India and Australia are tied 1-1 after two Tests, both Bengaluru FC and Mohun Bagan will be seeking to get a head start over the other in the AFC Cup this week.
W2W4: Series decider in Dharamsala, friendly in Cambodia
While the match in Himachal could decide the winner of the India-Australia series, the one in Phnom Penh will show how ready the football team is for the Asian Cup qualifier against Myanmar.
Indian shooters shine but chinks remain
Though India achieved its best-ever medal haul at the shooting World Cup, the dependence on Jitu Rai and the uncertainty over the future of some events mean the glass is only half full.
US shooter Kim Rhode talks guns, Trump and Little Bighorn
In Delhi for the World Cup, shooting legend Kimberly Rhode talks to ESPN about her love for the sport, her family and how her success is complicated by the American gun debate.
ISSF World Cup: Jitu becomes India's most successful, first-timers impress
From Jitu Rai surpassing Ronjan Sodhi to how the hosts overcame a six-year double trap itch and more. ESPN presents the chief takeaways from the event in New Delhi.
Future beckons shooter Sheeraz Sheikh
Though he didn't win a medal at the World Cup in New Delhi, Sheikh seems on track to becoming a force to be reckoned with in skeet.
ISSF WC: Sheeraz Sheikh finishes sixth in skeet
The skeet event was the final competitive event of the tournament -- at the end of which the Indian team's medal tally stood at five.
'There was a big danger of shooting being reduced for Tokyo'
Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra has defended the ISSF's decision to replace three shooting events from the Olympic program with mixed-gender events.
Calm Jitu trumps dark horse Amanpreet for Gold
For the second day in a row, Jitu Rai, fought back from the brink of elimination. On Tuesday, he had won bronze in the 10m air pistol. Today, he did better by winning gold in the 50m air pistol.
ISSF World Cup: Jitu wins gold, Amanpreet silver in 50m air pistol
Jitu Rai made it two medals in two days by winning gold in the men's 50m pistol final with a world record score of 230.1 at the ongoing ISSF World Cup in New Delhi on Wednesday.
'Bindra panel recommendations undemocratic and non-transparent'
Three-time Olympic medallist Rajmond Debevec said the ISSF's decision-making was non-transparent and gender equality can be achieved through a more democratic process.
Jitu Rai rides his luck to the podium
Jitu Rai won bronze in the 10m air pistol event on Tuesday, but if medals were being handed out for good fortune, the Indian would likely have stood at the top of the podium.
ISSF World Cup: Jitu Rai wins bronze in 10m air pistol
Jitu Rai scored 216.7 in the final round to win bronze in the 10m air pistol, his eighth career World Cup medal. Chain Singh, however, finished seventh in the 50m rifle prone.