Tokyo Olympics: India's training camp to start from October 15, core group shooters to stay in hotel
All the 15 Olympic quota winners will be a part of the camp, which will take place at a cost of Rs 1.43 crore.
The decision was taken during the ISSF Executive Committee meeting. National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) president Raninder Singh, also ISSF vice-president is a member of the committee.
According to the sources, the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) recently got in touch with all the stakeholders and informed them about the tentative commencement date, which is August 17.
The resumption decision has not gone down well with shooters and coaches staying in areas hit badly by the pandemic.
Rifle shooter Anjum Moudgil has a range owned by a friend close to her house in Chandigarh. Apurvi Chandela, Divyansh Singh Panwar also have access to facilities.
This hosting of events in different countries, going by CGF CEO David Grevemberg’s words, could pave way for multi-nation hosts.
Just last summer, the Indian shooting fraternity was down in the dumps with the sport being excluded from the 2022 Commonwealth Games (CWG).