It all began during the summer of 2006, when Deepika Kumari visited her best friend-cum-cousin Deepti Kumari at Lohardaga
Deepika is going to the Tokyo Olympics as a world no 1, similar to 2012 when she had climbed to the pole position ahead of the London Games
World no.1 archer Deepika Kumari had raised concerns that archery ground at the Yamuna Sports Complex has been converted into a cricket field
Deepika Kumar will be the lone female Indian archer at the Tokyo Olympics. She will compete in both individual and mixed events
India will be competing in four of the five disciplines -- men's team, individual, women's individual and mixed pair -- and will aim to break their medal jinx at the Games
Deepika Kumari, who had achieved the top spot for the first time in 2012, on Sunday claimed gold medals in three recurve events -- women's individual, team and mixed pair
Thanks to an innovation archers stress level, heart beat will be seen live on TV during the elimination rounds of the Tokyo Games
In the absence of the world number one Korea, Deepika faced little challenge as she bagged top honours in women's individual, team and mixed pair event
Deepika Kumari will now be the sole entry in the women's section in the Tokyo Games. She will be in her third successive Olympics
So far, Belarus, China, Chinese Taipei, Great Britain, Germany, Korea, Russia, Ukraine and hosts Japan have already qualified for the Olympics slated from July...
Deepika claimed her career's third individual World Cup gold to add to their team's triumph, while her husband Das grabbed his first-ever World Cup individual...
However, the men's team, which qualified as third seed, lost in the quarterfinals to its Spanish rivals 26-27 in a shoot-off after both teams were tied 4-4.
Coronavirus wedding: Indian archers Atanu Das and Deepika Kumari grappling with regulations and angry relatives
Ranked fourth in the qualification round, Archer Deepika Kumari lost to Korea's An San in straight sets at Tokyo.
The quarterfinalists in the recurve men's and women's team events at this World Archery Championships will receive three-athlete quotas for the 2020 Tokyo...
There were four World Cups and a World Cup Final but Deepika Kumari was the lone bright spot for India in recurve archery.
Deepika has won three silver medals and one bronze in World Cup Finals, while Atanu is a regular in men's recurve team.