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Tokyo 2020: Brands riding the Olympics bandwagon to root for Team India

MUMBAI: As India enters its 100th year of participation at the Olympic Games, the world witnesses the Games as never before. The country sent its first team to the Olympic Games in 1920, comprising four athletes and two wrestlers. Cut to this year’s 228-strong Indian contingent- the nation’s...

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discovery+ unveils new documentary ‘Reaching the Sky’ ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Mumbai: Discovery's streaming service platform discovery+ has unveiled an exclusive documentary ‘Reaching the Sky’ featuring skateboarding prodigy Sky Brown. The documentary complements Discovery's existing Tokyo Olympics content and it will be available for streaming on discovery+ from July 21.

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PBL: Setting stage for next big thing on Indian sporting landscape

India has witnessed the emergence of a multi-sports culture over the past few years. This significant development has come on the back of a promising display by Indian sportspersons across various disciplines, the meteoric rise of home grown leagues and the consequent widening of the fan base of...

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Task Force being set up to study preparations for next three Olympiads

NEW DELHI: India sent its largest contingent to the Rio Olympics 2016, with even Sports Minister Vijay Goel being present there.

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'Indians know little about India's Olympic quest at Rio' says Tata Salt's survey

MUMBAI: 40 per cent under the age of 30 believe India stands a chance to win an Olympic medal for Cricket; 48 per cent of the people surveyed believe that India has hosted the Olympic Games in New Delhi and 87 per cent of women under 30 years wish to have chosen being an Olympic sportsperson as a...

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