Performance logs, spiritual calm and sprawling hotel rooms: How India's elite shooters are gearing up for a return to action
Close to 30 shooters and coaches have congregated at the Taj Vivanta in Surajkund, Faridabad for a two-month long camp organized by the NRAI and SAI.
Trailblazer 2000: How Anjali Bhagwat sparked India's shooting stars
The first shots of India's shooting revolution were fired at the 2000 Olympic Games, when Anjali reached the final.
Holding fire: Tokyo 2021 just another target for India's crack shooters
India's shooters, poised for a rich haul in the Olympics, look good to handle the one-year delay for Tokyo.
Gamechanger: Shooting's star on the rise but needs fanbase to survive
Former and current Olympians share their views on ways to make shooting more spectator-friendly.
Shooters look forward to training after 'longest break' as NRAI announces camp
The training camp for a core group of shooters for Tokyo Olympics.will take place in August in Delhi.
Evolve, innovate, globalise: Abhinav Bindra's mantra for Olympic sports
India's only individual Olympic gold medallist tells us how Olympic sports can remain relevant and grow.
Balconies, cupboards, patchy internet create one-of-a-kind shooting competition
The world may be in lockdown, but shooters from various countries recently competed in an online tournament, albeit with a few glitches.
Three refugees, one Olympic shooting champion and a story of undying hope
On April 15, three refugees-turned-sport-rifle-shooters selected under the 'Taking Refuge' programme should've been counting down to 100 days to their shot at an Olympics. The Games postponement has redefined their dreams and strengthened their resolve.
Robot, dummy and makeshift range: How Indian athletes are working from home
Training centres and gyms may be closed, but Indian athletes, their coaches and management firms are finding ways to improvise from the confines of their homes.
Shooting WC in Delhi cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
The Shooting World Cup, scheduled to be held in two parts in the national capital in May, was cancelled on Monday owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zoom calls, suryanamaskar challenges: How to train your athletes during a pandemic
Coaches in Indian sport are finding innovative methods to keep their athletes mentally and physically sharp.
Five Indians who could gain from Tokyo postponement
The disruption in the traditional four-year cycle has caused major issues, but a few Indians stand to benefit.
Focus, attitude key for Indians on unpredictable road to Tokyo
As they cope with an unfamiliar terrain of a postponed Olympics, Indian athletes face both physical and mental challenges.
'I'm laughing because I can't even cry' - Tokyo hopefuls stare at 'uncertain' future
India's sporting fraternity were unsurprisingly deflated upon hearing news of the Olympic Games being pushed back by a year.
All efforts will go to waste if Olympics is cancelled: Mirabai
Meanwhile, Manu Bhaker believes that it is 'not the right time for sport' but that she is 'prepared for the Olympics'.
Coping with Corona: Netflix and (no) chill for Angad Bajwa
In a new series, ESPN asks several athletes how they keep themselves physically and mentally in shape while in lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus - Delhi Shooting World Cup likely to be postponed
The World Cup initially scheduled for March 15-26 has been shifted due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and is now proposed to be held in two parts in May and June.
South Korea, Italy, Iran likely to miss Delhi World Cup due to coronavirus
The federations of the three countries were informed about the strict quarantine rules in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
Hypoandrogenism, Lodha, Produnova: The A-Z of Indian sport
Know your alphabet? Think again, as ESPN takes you through the last 10 years in Indian sport.
A decade of reinvention and revolution
Sharda Ugra looks back at the odyssey of Indian sport through the decade, which has been in sync with PV Sindhu's progression.
India looks to young blood to shoot down trap slump
For the first time since 1992, India could be without an Olympic quota in trap, but recent performances of juniors show positive developments.
NRAI to ask Tokyo shooters' families to sign bonds; wants to control sponsors
NRAI president Raninder Singh has proposed novel ways to ensure the participants face fewer distractions ahead of Tokyo Games.
Manu Bhaker, Elavenil Valarivan, Divyansh Singh Panwar win gold at ISSF World Cup Final
India top the medal standings after the penultimate day of competition with three golds.
Is the CWG a substandard competition compared to the Asian Games?
IOA chief Narinder Batra claimed India should pull out of the CWG as it was a substandard competition in comparison to the Asian Games. ESPN crunches the numbers to examine this notion.
Shooting won't return to CWG 2022: CGF
Shooting will not be added to the roster of the 2022 Birmingham Games despite Indian Olympic Association's boycott threat, a CGF official said.