Top Indian para javelin thrower Sundar Singh Gurjar is glad that he did not have any training break despite the COVID-19 pandemic as he made the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur his home for the past four months.

The double world champion (2017 and 2019) in javelin throw F46 has been staying at the boys’ hostel inside the stadium, which has been his training ground ever since he took up para athletics in 2015.

While all trainees at the hostels (both boys and girls) returned to their homes before the nationwide lockdown was imposed in March, Gurjar chose to continue his training alone inside the walls of the stadium, which is famous for hosting international cricket.

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“ I haven’t even stepped out of the stadium walls for the past four months. As I am training alone, my friend (Ahmet Singh Gurjar) is helping me with…

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