India will participate for the 18th time in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Check full list of Indian competitors.
Lovlina Borgohain alleged that she endured similar treatment before the World Championship in Istanbul and she fears that something similar will happen again.
The Australian men's hockey team has won all six gold medals till date at Commonwealth Games. Aussie women are four-time champions.
Usually, all athletes stay in the dedicated Games Village but the organisers of Birmingham 2022 have arranged different accommodations.
India will send a 322-member strong contingent to the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, out of which 215 will be athletes.
Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, a former world champion, also wants to breach the much-anticipated 90kg mark in the snatch section
India have been placed in pool A along with England, Canada, Wales and Ghana. They will begin their campaign on July 29 against Ghana.
Mary Kom fell down in the first round of the bout. She had to be carried out of the ring.
Manush Shah, another player who had also filed a writ petition, remains a reserve player with no changes made in the men's squad.
Lakshya Sen was part of the Indian men's team that won the Thomas Cup, while PV Sindhu is a former world champion.
Saina Nehwal said she had informed BAI about her decision to skip the trials which begins at the IG Stadium, Delhi on Friday.
Dipika Pallikal combined with Saurav Ghosal and Joshna Chinappa to bag two gold medals for India in the mixed and women’s doubles respectively.
With the opening of direct air services from Amritsar to Birmingham and the likelihood of such a service starting from Mohali airport, sports lovers from...
Boxing great MC Mary Kom, a six-time world champion, wants to focus on her preparations for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
All Indian weightlifters competing in the event qualified for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, including Saikhom Mirabai Chanu in her new 55kg weight...
Competing in the 55kg category for the first time, Saikhom Mirabai Chanu lifted 191kg (86kg+105kg). Australia's Jessica Sewastenko took silver.
Eight women's teams will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games cricket event. India are in Group A along with Australia, Barbados, and Pakistan.