The Olympic core group of 34 Indian shooters will return to camp training from August 1, the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) announced on Thursday, making attendance compulsory as it aims for a “cautious and phased recommencement of activities from next month”. In a detailed statement, the NRAI said the decision to restart training was taken at a meeting of its Governing Body, after carefully weighing the COVID-19 threat. The camp will be organised at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range (DKSSR) in the national capital, which has recorded over 1 lakh positive cases.

The NRAI has appointed High-Performance Manager and former India shooter Ronak Pandit as the Nodal Officer in charge of overall coordination for hygiene and medical protocols of the…

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