Olympic bronze medalist Gagan Narang believes that shooting has a real chance of introducing outdoor training facilities sooner than other sports. He said that in this game there is no contact between each other and the shooter always has his luggage. Narang also said that this should be done only after the outbreak of Kovid-19 and the rules related to social distancing are strictly followed.
London Olympic bronze medalist Narang said, “Shooting can be a part of the early resumption games as it is not a game of mutual contact in which shooters have their personal belongings. Rules for social distance can be followed at the shooting range as there is at least one to one and a half meter distance between two participants in the 10 meter range while in the 50 meter range this distance is 1.25 meters. ‘
The shooter, a multiple-time medalist at the ISSF World Cup, said, “The shotgun has enough space to create social distance between the two shooters.” NIS Patiala and the Sports Authority of India (SAI) center in Bengaluru phased out the players On the request to start outdoor training in a manner, Sports Minister Kiran Rijiju had assured them on Tuesday that he will be able to take care of the matter. Will talk to the court.
Rijiju also said that the committee would be formed with the intention of preparing a standard operating procedure (SOP) for players, coaches and other staff. Everyone must follow the SOP when training resumes.
Narang, 37, reiterated that he was only talking about resuming training and not hosting or participating in the tournament. This legendary rifle shooter gave the example of Europe where shooting training has started in some countries. He said, “As for the European countries, it is not known whether they have divided it into regions or not, but keeping in mind the social distance, some of them have opened the range.” Narang thought of organizing international online shooting competitions. Also supported.