Only seven Indians have ever completed the three-day 517 km race. Often, surviving the race is harder than finishing it.
A basketball tournament in Chicago is a beacon of camaraderie between Americans of Indian and Pakistani origin.
A day at the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, where tradition and competition come together.
Five football superfans in India open up about the teams they love, why supporting them means so much, and how the team is a vital part of their lives.
Basketball in Kashmir has found new life through the efforts of two young players and coach Pradyut Voleti of Dribble Academy.
Warring factions, an apathetic administration and embezzled funds, Adnan Bhat brings to light the turmoil that plagues Jammu and Kashmir cricket.
Fancy having both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo on your team? How about Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell? Fantasy sports, as Kamakshi Ayyar found out, allows you to.
Ultimate players are less participants and more practitioners in a belief system that has lasted several decades. Read on to find out why the sport continues to to grow it’s cult like following.
The largest hockey tournament in the world takes place in our backyard every year.
An MMA fighter tells all about steroid and PED abuse in the sport today.
India’s first professional basketball league showcases a deep passion for the game of basketball in the northeast.
The answer to football’s growth in India may just lie in neighbourhood futsal games
The laid-back city is now home to India’s fastest growing poker culture. How exactly did this happen?
Sport has grown into a legitimate industry in India, and at its core are the fans. Smita Jain breaks down, why they need to be paid close attention to.
Companies such as Kreeda Games and Kavade certainly hope so.
Over the past decade, the mountain biking community in India has seen exponential growth.
The Mumbai Marathon has gone from being just another event, to one of the globe’s premier marathons. How did it get there? Arun J unwraps the growth of the race over the last decade and a half.
Is climbing for seeking passion or earning pennies?
From fielding elite teams playing to packed stadiums, to being unable to fill a single stand, Delhi’s football has been in a downward spiral. What will turn it around?
Uday Deshpande’s quest to establish the centuries old practice into today’s sports and fitness landscape.
The relationship between elite athletes and their injuries, why they succumb, and how they overcome.