The Swimming Federation of India on Tuesday said it will look to organise a training camp for its Olympic hopefuls outside the country if pools are not permitted to reopen in the third phase of relaxations to end the COVID-19 lockdown. The third phase of ‘Unlock’ starts on August 3 and SFI Secretary General Monal Chokshi told PTI that the federation is hopeful of getting permission to restart training at least for those six swimmers, who have achieved the ‘B’ qualification mark for next year’s Tokyo Olympics. “There is some move to give a bit of relaxation for the Olympic hopeful swimmers (in the next phase of unlock guidelines). They are looking at it,” Chokshi said.

“If they don’t relax it in this round then we are also looking at the possibility of…

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