Sports and Coronavirus
Wearing the traditional khaki uniform with a surgical mask and a pair of gloves for protection, Indumathi is barely recognisable but fulfilling her duty around Anna Nagar, Chennai.
“After two months, I am training outdoors and it is a very nice feeling to experience the air while running on the track. For a track athlete, there is no better feeling than this. At the same time I am also experiencing an unusual feeling.”
“My only aim is to win a Paralympic medal and I am confident of doing that and making the country proud.”
“Given the unprecedented times we are living in, with all of us grappling to understand what the “new” normal is, it is easy to let our own wellbeing take a back seat.”
The pandemic and lockdown have caused a great deal of stress for Sania Mirza as she and husband Shoaib Malik…
Fifteen-year-old Ananya Gupta, a student of Singapore International School, Mumbai, has garnered the tag of a quality chess player in…
We are now surviving on help provided by people from nearby areas. They gave us rice, dal and other things. – Prajakta Godbole
“It is not about the money but the satisfaction that I could do something for the society and for my village where I grew up.”
While securing a Olympic Quota Anjum also becomes the first woman to win an Individual Air Rifle medal at the World Championships in the Senior category last year.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nasreen’s father, who sells steel utensils on the streets to earn a livelihood, is facing financial hardships.
Top eight weightlifters from each weight class qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Mirabai is currently ranked 8th in the International Weighlifting Federation ranking lists
The first woman coach from Kerala to hold the AFC A-license, Priya caters to people’s need by attending calls from 10 am until 5 pm every day. She has been doing this job for about three weeks now.