Here’s a look at the nine sportstars who made India proud in 2016
Indian archers Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi lost in their individual events at the pre-quarters stage
The trio of Laxmirani Majhi, Bombayla Laishram and Deepika Kumari had to face defeat at Rio in the quarters
Plenty of action to report from the #Rio2016 games. But not without disappointments. First up Dipa Karmakar qualifies. Her scores:- Vault: 14.850 Uneven Bars: 11.666 Balance Beam: 12.866 Floor Exercise: 12.033 Deepika Kumari, Bombayla Devi and Lakshmi Majhi lost to world champions Russia in the quarterfinals. India women’s hockey team fights back to draw 2-2(…)
The highest bid is on Deepika Kumari, with her consistent ability to keep her arrows on target.
She hopes she will be second-time lucky at the Olympics, here’s a look at Deepika Kumari’s road to Rio
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Both the recurve and compound women teams have kept the hopes of a medal alive for India at the World Archery Cup being held at Antalya in Turkey.
Indian women’s team headed by Deepika Kumari won a silver medal after losing the gold to Chinese Taipei at 2-6 at the Archery World Cup Stage I happening at the Yuanshen Stadium, Shanghai on May 1. After a comeback match defeating the top-seed Germans at 5-3, this was the final bout played by Deepika, Bombayla(…)
India has had reason to be proud in archery with Deepika Kumari having reigned as number and in constant pursuit of new benchmarks. We have a history to reckon with. If you look out in our mythological stories such as Ramayana and Mahabharata, you’ll find almost everyone there effortlessly being an archer and aiming for(…)