A 16-member Indian judo team has been forced to withdraw from the continuing Asia-Oceania Olympic qualifiers in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan after a participant tested determined for coronavirus steady sooner than the originate up of the match.
The judoka’s tested determined after landing in Kyrgyzstan. “Yes, one participant of the team tested determined upon landing in Bishkek steady a sooner than the first rate weighing on April 5, forcing the total squad to withdraw as per the pointers of Global Judo Federation,” a source within the Judo Federation of India (JFI) urged PTI.
“The team comprised 12 judokas and 4 coaches.” The Asia-Oceania Championships in Bishkek started on Tuesday and can honest quit on Saturday.
Authorized judokas within the team integrated Shushila Devi (females’s 48kg), Jasleen Singh Saini (males’s 66kg), Tulika Mann (females’s 78kg) and Avtar Singh (males’s 100kg). The total four are within the wobble for one continental quota plot.
“The total contingent is in isolation for 14 days in Bishkek now,” mentioned the source.
He blamed the JFI mismanagement for the fiasco, bringing up that the federation jeopardised nation’s potentialities by allowing the total contingent to commute together.
“The total squad including 4 coaches travelled together for Bishkek which would possibly perchance well even relish been executed without. Since the total team travelled together and one participant came out selected arrival, it build paid to the hopes of a lot of gamers. This would possibly perchance even relish been executed without.”