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Olympic Games in Tokyo: Judoka Sushila Devi trains in Delhi before leaving for the Olympic Games

Olympic Games in Tokyo: Judoka Sushila Devi trains in Delhi before leaving for the Olympic Games:Judoka Sushila Devi, who will represent India at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, will work on her preparation from July 9th in a final training camp in Delhi.

“The Indian Sports Authority has arranged for the camp for the 48 kg judoka class to be held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium,” said an official statement. Two sparring partners, their teammates in Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), a physiotherapist and a masseuse have already been quarantined in the new hostel at the JLN complex.

Commonwealth Games 2014 Glasgow bronze medalist Mongjam Kabita Devi (48 kg class) and 2018 National 52 kg class champion Ningthoujam Sarda Devi (52 kg class) will be the sparring partners.

The last camp is set up in the table tennis hall in the new hostel, where mats are laid out. Sushila Devi will leave for Tokyo with her trainer Jiwan Sharma.

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They will also receive their second dose of the Covid-19 vaccination during their stay in the state capital. Sushila’s event takes place on July 24th.

In 46th place in the women’s 48kg class, Sushila Devi is now at Chateau Gontier in France, completing a month-long training camp approved by Mission Olympic Cell last month. She went to France as a silver medalist at the 2014 Commonwealth Games after participating in the Judo World Championship in Budapest in June.

The government is making sure that all athletes in Tokyo receive the best possible support and that their preparations for the Games go according to plan.


Source: InsideSport by www.insidesport.co.

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