India at Tokyo Olympics 2020, July 25 Highlights: The Indian men's hockey team suffered their biggest-ever loss at the Olympics after being defeated 7-1 by heavyweights Australia in men's hockey Pool A game. Check all results of July 25th here.
Priya Malik has become the first Indian wrestler to win a gold medal in the World Cadet Wrestling Championship. She beat her Belarus opponent Kseniya Patapovich 5-0 to clinch the gold in the 73kg category.
Brisbane was awarded the hosting rights after it won the vote 72-5 at the IOC meeting held ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. This was just a formal decision though as Brisbane was almost decided as the host of the 2032 Olympics edition months ago.
Olympics 2020 India's Full Schedule: India is sending its largest 228-member contingent to the Tokyo Olympics 2020, which comprises 125 participants including 70 men and 55 women. Check below to get Complete Schedule of Indian athletes- Date, Medal Events and all other details.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on July 18, 2021, inducted Mongolia, Switzerland, and Tajikistan as its new member countries at the ICC’s 78th Annual General Meeting. Read all you need to know.
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on all parties to conflict to observe the Olympic Truce during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Read what is Olympic Truce, its history and its significance.
The BCCI tweeted saying that wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who tested positive for COVID-19 on 8th July, nears completion of his self-quarantine period while training assistant/net bowler Dayanand Garani has tested positive.
Olympic Oath: The number of oath-takers at the ceremony have also been doubled from three to six to ensure gender parity at the Tokyo Games. Japan will pick one male and one female participant from each group for the event that has been an integral part of the Games since 1920.
Samir Banerjee is the third Indian-origin tennis player to win Wimbledon boys singles. The others to have won the title prior to him include Leander Paes in 1990, Ramesh Krishnan in 1979 and Ramanathan Krishnan in 1954.