Besides the Olympic-bound Punia (86kg), the other two wrestlers who have tested positive for the virus are Navin (65kg) and Krishan (125kg). All three are part of a national camp at the SAI Centre in Sonepat ahead of which the wrestlers are in quarantine.
“We are delighted to see the #FutureFearless Champions Challenge initiative which recognizes the Sports Stars of India and encourages participants to take a holistic approach to fitness. Fitness is the key driver for well-being in these testing times,” says Adille Sumariwalla, President – Athletics Federation of India.
“It will be a very good experience for Vikas. He”s been in the national team for so many years and for him, it is a good time to go and do a little bit different,” Nieva said.
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Meanwhile, Hima Das, who returned from the Asian Games with a gold and two silver, said she was happy with her performance. She won a gold in women’s 4x400m relay and silver each in women’s 400m and mixed 4x400m relay. She set two national records in two days. She qualified for the final with a […]
He said an athlete should never shy away from obstacles. “You did not reach here easily. You had to overcome many obstacles but because of these obstacles you are what you are today. Don’t think about obstacles, only think about your capabilities,” Rathore said.
— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) September 4, 2018 Rathore reiterated that the Khelo India School Games, which started only this year, will be a game-changer for Indian sports. He, however, remained non-committal on the possibility of India hosting any big-ticket event like Commonwealth or Asian Games in the near future. “If the Asian Games and Commonwealth […]
“It is very important that since our men and women boxers are both doing well, a similar outlook should also be brought in the running of the federation. Hence this is something that was proposed in the EC meeting and we will take it up in the coming months,” said BFI President, Ajay Singh.