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Two hearts, one soul: Fouaad and Micky gallop to debut Games

Mirza is set to make history in Tokyo - only the third-ever Indian rider, and first in 21 years, to have qualified for the Games

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Why Rahi Sarnobat is India's greatest female shooter

Sarnobat's numbers speak for themselves: 11 finals in the 25m pistol event, including four golds, one silver and one bronze.

Ugra: Hoping that Mary Kom has got what it takes to go through to the medal rounds

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Why being 'world No. 1' doesn't guarantee an Olympic medal in shooting and archery

Rankings work differently in certain Olympic sports, and may not be an accurate reflection of the quality of field.

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W2W4: Sindhu, Mary Kom, hockey men eye quarters

Here's all you need to know about all the Indians in action on Thursday, July 29 at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

No wins, few goals, but here's how the women's hockey team can turn it around

Despite three defeats, the Indian women can still make the knockouts. Here's what they need to work on.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Man City, Villa are £25m apart over Grealish move

Man City want to bring Jack Grealish in from Villa this summer, but the clubs are far apart on how the deal works. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Why Kounde would be an 'excellent signing' for Chelsea

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Mind, body and soul: How Sharath Kamal made his fourth Olympics at 39

Veteran table tennis player leaves Tokyo with "goosebumps and tears" after running Chinese legend Ma Long close in the third round.

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'Take a break' - Heena Sidhu's advice to young shooters

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Ugra: Rankireddy-Shetty played high quality badminton when it mattered the most

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Do rankings show the right picture in shooting at Tokyo 2020?

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Has Rohit Sharma cracked the Test match opening code?

The England series will be a litmus test for him, but he has already shown that he can adapt his attacking style to the demands of the format

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Calmer, stronger KL Rahul hopes for Test revival

He hasn't played much red-ball cricket of late, but finds himself in the mix for a go in the England series

Krishnaswamy: India have a tailender problem

Whatever combination of quick bowlers and spinners they pick, their tail is longer and much less good at batting than England's

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