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Race walker KT Irfan, middle and long-distance athletes PU Chitra, Sandeep Kumar, and para-athlete Mariyappan are among the 21 athletes who have tested negative for coronavirus, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) informed on Friday.
The Indian men's hockey team forward Gurjant Singh, who has played 47 matches for the national side, feels that the amount of time the team has spent together at the national camp has built a natural understanding among the players.
Sabre fencer Bhavani Devi, who created history by becoming the first Indian fencer to qualify for the Olympic Games, on Wednesday said that she is looking forward to giving her best performance in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
Javelin Thrower Neeraj Chopra has retained his sharp focus on doing his best in his maiden Olympic Games, despite the tough challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic. The lack of international competition hurts the national record holder, but he is looking to stay motivated.
Indian hockey team defender Amit Rohidas, who is currently training with the men's senior core group at the Sports Authority of India (SAI), centre in Bangalore, feels video analysis has been playing a massive part for the team in terms of preparations.
Union Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday said he is "very proud" of all the Indian athletes who are leaving no stone unturned in their preparation for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
World number one pistol shooter Abhishek Verma chooses not to be distracted by reports in the international press about the uncertainty around the conduct of the Tokyo Olympic Games due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sports Authority of India (SAI) and the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has collaborated to open a special cell to provide resource support to India's ex-international athletes and coaches who are COVID-19 positive.
Indian sailors KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar, who will compete as a team in the Men's Skiff 49er Class competition at the Tokyo Olympics, have had each other's back firmly over the years and still continue to do so.
Sports Authority of India's (SAI) Mission Olympic Cell (MOC) has approved India's doubles badminton player Satwiksairaj Rankireddy's request for sessions with sports psychologist during the 57th MOC meeting.