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With 120 athletes (67 men, 53 women) participating under the Indian flag, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will feature the country's largest ever contingent at the Games. ESPN is your one-stop shop for all the latest news, profiles, features, videos and analysis around Indian athletes competing in Japan between July 23 and August 8, 2021.
Key Dates - How to plan your Olympics schedule The stars - For PV Sindhu, Tokyo Olympics is a chance to be the GOAT - Biggest shots: Teens Manu and Saurabh have won it all so far. Only one target remains - Mirabai Chanu looks for Tokyo lift to ease Rio pain - Bajrang Punia's keys to success: Stamina, late bursts and 'fire within' - Manika Batra practised to Tokyo time, now she's ready for the real thing - Seasoned Sreejesh, drag-flick experts could help India spring a surprise in Tokyo - After three misses, Tejaswini Sawant, 41, finally gets a shot at the Olympics - Decoding India women's hockey team -- Rani, Gurjit and an improved defence - Amit Panghal 2.0: Butterfly + bee packs enough punch for a shot at gold in Tokyo - TT 'twins' in Tokyo: Sharath and Sathiyan, veteran and newbie, finally get to play in the same Olympics - Indian storylines to watch at the Tokyo Olympics: Sindhu's chance to be GOAT, Vinesh and Mirabai's quest for redemption - Who are India's strongest medal prospects at the Olympics? - Storylines to watch for: Who will be the next Phelps, Bolt? Can anyone beat Biles? Features - Indian shooters at 2020 Tokyo Olympics: Events, key dates, rules and top medal contenders - Sets, shoot-offs and more: Archery at the Tokyo Olympics, explained - India's record 120, 18; Mary Kom's remarkable 8 - the best numbers from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic squad - The sole of the matter: The distinct footwear required for Olympic disciplines - Saina, Sushil among India's biggest missing stars at 2020 Games - No food, no water: How wrestlers 'cut weight' before the big events - Punjab's glorious wrestling tradition is alive and well - in Canada - 10m air rifle: The Olympic sport where women outgun men
Winner's diet - PV Sindhu's post-match snack bars and biryani as a treat - Vikas Krishan's love for sweets and desi ghee - Pooja Rani's love for omelettes and Haryanvi puda - Sathiyan: 'My mom's Sambar rice is probably the most delicious thing in the world'
All the athletes - India at Tokyo 2020: Know your Olympians
Talking Tokyo - Neeraj Chopra eyes the podium - Will world champion Sindhu go all the way? - Mirabai looking to make up for Rio disappointment - Can teenage duo Bhaker and Chaudhary carry their form into Tokyo?
Could Vinesh Phogat's Tokyo campaign end with a smile?
- Can Deepika Kumari clinch the 'life-changing' medal?