India’s Tokyo Olympics-bound freestyle wrestling contingent will leave for their training and exposure tour of Poland on June 5, said Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) assistant secretary Vinod Tomar. The Indian wrestlers will train for a whole month in Warsaw.
The wrestlers are currently training practising in their akhadas as the national camp in Sonepat was called off due to a surge in COVID-19 cases across the country and will assemble in New Delhi before the trip to Poland. The team was initially scheduled to train in Hungary and compete in the Yasar Dogu international tournament in Istanbul between June 25-27 as well, but those plans have been tweaked keeping in mind the COVID-19 situation abroad.
“The wrestlers will get their visas on June 4 and will leave for Poland the next day….