Jun 1, 2021
A gold medal winner at 2017 World Championships and 2018 Commonwealth Games, Chanu is one of India's biggest medal hopefuls at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
As many as 15 Indian shooters travel to Tokyo for the Games and Saurabh is one of the nation's biggest medal prospects. He will compete in the 10m pistol event.
Heading into his maiden Olympic Games, Neeraj has gold medals to his name in Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Asian Championships & World junior Championships.
Among the most decorated wrestlers in India, Punia has Gold medals in 2018 Asian Games, 2018 CWG and a number of other international tournaments.
Arguably the biggest star when it comes to India's women's wrestling contingent, Vinesh has gold medals in Commonwealth Games, Asian Games and Asian Championships.
Arguably the biggest star in Indian badminton, Sindhu would be determined to do better than the Rio Games where she had finished runners-up, ending with a silver.
Indian men's hockey team hasn't won a medal in the Olympic Games since 1980 Moscow but a string of recent positive results have reignited nation’s hopes.
The 22-year-old will be competing in his maiden Olympic Games in Tokyo after clinching gold medals at the 2018 Asian Games and 2019 Asian Championships.
Ranked No. 1 in the world in 10m Air Rifle category, Valarivan is coming into the Tokyo Games on the back of gold medals in two World Cup events (China and Rio) in 2019.
The archery duo are among the finest in the world when it comes to singles events but together they form an even more impressive pairing.