Indian boxers will resume formal camp training from Monday following the end of their isolation period this weekend even as the Sports Authority of India (SAI) pardoned the pugilists who stirred up a storm by “unintentionally” breaking the COVID-19 quarantine protocol. The boxers and coaches, including world silver-medallist and top Olympic medal contender Amit Panghal, have been in isolation at the National Institute of Sports (NIS) Patiala campus after testing negative for COVID-19 following the third round of testing. “The formal training will resume from Monday. Everything is in order now. For the time being, there would be no sparring and no access to the ring as mentioned in the SAI SOP,” a coach attached with the boxers told PTI.

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