Asian Wrestling C'ships: Gurpreet, Sunil win silver
Gurpreet Singh (77kg) and Sunil Kumar (87kg) won silver medals in the Greco-Roman categories at the Asian Wrestling Championships
Asian Wrestling C'ships: Indians bag five medals on day 2
Amit Dhankar (74kg) and Vicky (92kg) won silver while Rahul Aware (61kg), Deepak Punia (86kg) and Sumit (125kg) won bronze on day two.
Bajrang Punia wins gold at Asian Wrestling C'ship
Bajrang Punia won gold in the Asian Wrestling Championships with a come from behind 12-7 win over Kazakhstan's Sayatbek Okassov in the 65kg men's free style final.
Persistence pays off as Olympic wrestler Jeff Cobb breaks through with Ring of Honor
Jeff Cobb has been everywhere from the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens to Japan in pursuit of his pro wrestling dreams. At 36, with Ring of Honor, he's enjoying the results of his persistence.
Georgian wrestler loses 2012 silver for doping
A freestyle wrestler from Georgia has been stripped of his 2012 London Olympics silver medal after testing positive for an anabolic steroid.
Yoshida, 3-time Olympic wrestling champ, retires
Saori Yoshida, who had been taking time away from competition since the 2016 Summer Games, has announced her retirement, saying it's "time to let the next generation of wrestlers take over."
Sumo's Takanoiwa retiring after alleged assault
Mongolian sumo wrestler Takanoiwa is retiring after allegedly assaulting a younger wrestler during the ongoing regional tour in the latest blow to Japan's national sport.
Bajrang earns long-due coronation with gladiatorial display
Often finding himself in the shadow of India's wrestling legends, Bajrang Punia has finally earned his crown, and it has been a long time in the making.
No repechage to rescue Sushil at Asian Games
Sushil Kumar was a shadow of his former self as he bowed out of the Asian Games without a medal, writes Jonathan Selvaraj.
Wrestling explained: Formats, scoring system and repechage
Wrestling 101: ESPN decodes one of the world's most ancient sports - including the term 'repechage'
'It doesn't matter if I win or lose' - Sushil
Better aware of his own limitations, Sushil Kumar, 35, says he isn't bogged down by the scale of competition at the Asian Games.
Pathans, Phogats and other super siblings
With the brother sister duo of Praggnanadhaa and Vaishali creating waves in the International Chess circuit, ever wondered who India's most successful sporting siblings are?
Official accused of harassing Olympian Icho
A complaint lodged against Kazuhito Sakae, a senior official of the Japan Wrestling Federation, alleges he began harassing four-time Olympic wrestling champ Kaori Icho in 2008 after she moved her training base to Tokyo against Sakae's will.
USA Wrestling hires former Olympian Jackson
Former Iowa State coach and 1992 Olympian Kevin Jackson has been hired by USA Wrestling.
Frank Kalil: 'Surreal deal' to have sons Matt and Ryan playing for Panthers
Free agency presented Matt Kalil with the chance to play on the same O-line with older brother Ryan, but their dad says nobody pushed Matt to Carolina.
Burroughs: Iran trip about more than wrestling
Team USA's trip to Iran for a World Cup wrestling event is on despite political tension, and Jordan Burroughs said while it's scary, "you try to show that it's character that matters most."
Life's changed for wrestler Marwa after historic Rio medal
The first African woman to win an Olympic wrestling medal speaks about life in a sport that women rarely take up.
Kazakhstan says 3 stripped of Olympic medals
Kazakhstan says three medalists are among six of its athletes disqualified from previous Olympics over doping.
Wrestling coaches get 3-year ban for stripping
Two Mongolian wrestling coaches have been banned from all international competition for three years for stripping down in Rio to protest the officiating.
Herm can relate to passionate Mongolian coach
Herm Edwards can understand the Mongolian wrestling coaches who stripped off their clothing in protest of a call by officials and tells a story from when he was a coach at San Jose State and he ran down the sideline as his team scored a touchdown.
Snyder on the path to unprecedented wrestling greatness
As the youngest gold medalist in U.S. Olympic wrestling history, 21-year-old Ohio State junior Kyle Snyder has a bright future on the mat.
Mongolian wrestling coaches strip in protest
A pair of Mongolian wrestling coaches stripped off their clothing in a protest of a call by officials that cost Mandakhnaran Ganzorig the bronze medal on Sunday afternoon.
Snyder now youngest U.S. wrestler to win gold
American wrestler Kyle Snyder beat Khetag Gazyumov of Azerbaijan 2-1 for gold at 97 kilograms during the men's freestyle tournament Sunday.
Neymar, Brazil men answer the 'your country needs you' call
Brazilian coach Rogerio Micale declares, "Brazilian football is not dead." The host country wins the gold medal in its most beloved sport and all is right ... for today.
That day when U.S. wrestler Helen Maroulis beat an invincible legend
It was the upset of these Rio Games. American Helen Maroulis revealed her secret to beating legendary Japanese wrestler Saori Yoshida. The answer? 'Do nothing.'
Archery World Championships: Indian men's recurve team claim silver medal
India won silver in the men's recurve team event at the Archery World Championships after losing to China in the final in Netherlands on Sunday.
Archery World Championships: Jyothi Surekha Vennam, women's compound team win bronzes
Jyothi Surekha Vennam and the women's compound team won a bronze medal each for India at the Archery World Championships in the Netherlands on Saturday.
Australia pipped by New Zealand for Canada Sevens title
Australia have lost 21-17 to New Zealand in the final of the women's rugby sevens world series event in Canada but they took a giant stride towards Olympic qualification.
Kenyan athletes Kipchoge, Kosgei win London Marathon titles
Kenyans Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei produced dominant performances to win men's and women's elite races at the London Marathon.
India to miss Archery World Cup due to flight delay
The 23-member contingent was to travel to Bogota via Amsterdam on the early hours of Saturday, but upon arriving at the airport, they were informed of a delay of almost three hours.
As it happened: Sindhu loses to dominant Okuhara in Singapore
PV Sindhu lost to Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games in the semifinals of the Singapore Open.