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Lockdown: SAI extends suspension of camps until May 3


NEW DELHI: All coaching camps at Sports Authority of India (SAI) centres around the country will remain suspended until May three after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an extension of the ongoing nationwide lockdown to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

"All SAI camps were postponed till April 14 because of the ongoing lockdown. We thought of taking a decision on the way forward after April 14. But since the lockdown is extended, the camps will remained suspended till May 3," a SAI supply informed PTI on Tuesday after the's address to the country.

However, athletes corresponding to superstar javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, these days at NIS Patiala, will likely be allowed to stick at SAI hostels.


Chopra has been in Patiala ever since returning from Turkey from a training stint final month.

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"The athletes who are there in SAI Bengaluru and Patiala will continue to remain there," the supply stated.






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