Indian swimmers will start two months of practice in Dubai
Indian swimmers will start two months of practice in Dubai

The corona epidemic has engulfed the whole world. Three swimmers of the country, Virdhawal Khade, Srihari Nataraj and Kushagra Rawat, who got the Olympic quota after a long gap due to Corona, will start practice in Dubai from next month. The Sports Authority of India has given this information. The three swimmers of the country will practice at the Aqua Nation Swimming Academy in Dubai. They will also have a coach with them.

That practice will cost around 35 lakh rupees for preparing for the Tokyo Olympics. The Sports Authority of India said, "These three swimmers will practice for two months. They will also have a coach with them, and about 35 lakh rupees will be spent on practice. They will try to get a qualification mark by practising in Dubai. Khade has achieved the B qualification mark of the Olympics in the 50-meter freestyle, Natraj 100 meter backstroke and Rawat 400 meter freestyle".

Indian swimmers have not landed in the swimming pool since the first lockdown, which came into force on 25 March. Players have been given some relief for practice, but there is a restriction on the use of swimming pool till 31 August. Three other swimmers Sajan Prakash, Aryan Makhija and Advaita Page have also received B qualification marks. Prakash and Makhija are practising in Thailand and America respectively. With this, the practice will start after a long time.

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