Indian women’s hockey team coaching. (File Pic) © Hockey India/Twitter
The Indian hockey groups, equally adult men and girls, are continuing to teach difficult despite the coronavirus pandemic and have set their eyes on the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, scheduled to be held from July 24 to August 9. The gamers and assistance workers are having all the important safeguards at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) facility in Bengaluru. In accordance to Hockey India, the SAI campus is very well-geared up for normal apply periods and no unauthorised individuals are allowed to enter the premises.
“The COVID-19 outbreak has not afflicted our apply periods. We are constantly washing our palms and our temperatures are being checked regularly. The authorities at our SAI campus are making certain that we are coaching in a protected ecosystem. With the backing of SAI and our coaches, we have been coaching really difficult for the Olympics,” reported Indian men’s hockey team captain Manpreet Singh.
Rani Rampal, the Indian women’s team captain, reported that her team is fortunate to continue to teach for the Olympics in a protected ecosystem.
“We are really fortunate to have a facility like the SAI campus listed here. Absolutely everyone is doing work really difficult so that the hockey groups can continue to apply for the Olympics. Our wellbeing is being monitored day to day and we are having all the important safeguards. The authorities at SAI have aided us to continue to concentrate on our objective of accomplishing very well at the Tokyo Olympics,” reported Rani.
The men’s team is scheduled to engage in New Zealand when the women’s team is slated to face the Netherlands in their initial match at the Tokyo Olympics on July twenty five.