Tuesday, 29 November 2022

 

 

LATEST NEWS Johnny Lever, Govinda and Kadar Khan combination over the entire 90s is just golden : Vicky Kaushal Taapsee Pannu on her production debut: 'Blurr' taps into sensibilities of an individual 'No cowards in the Australian team': Pat Cummins breaks silence on Justin Langer's claim India hockey captain Harmanpreet Singh emphasises on tighter defence Manoj Bajpayee looks hauntingly intense in 'Joram' first look Fans have right to express their love and anger : Arshdeep Singh India more conscious than ever about its data usage : S. Jaishankar Umran Malik bowls 155 KMPH and makes things easy for me : Arshdeep Singh WhatsApp launches 'forward media with caption' feature on iOS Google, iHeartMedia to pay over $9 mn for running deceptive Pixel ads 'BB 16': 'Golden boys' Sunny Nanasaheb Waghchoure, Sanjay Gujar to enter as wildcard 'Bigg Boss 16': Shalin Bhanot nominates Sumbul Touqeer, says 'Inke baap bacha lenge' Bollywood Actress Malaika Arora Setting Fire With Her Hot Looks In Her Reality Show Titled “Moving In With Malaika” Shoot Of Warning 2 Begins, Prince Kanwaljit Singh Expresses His Gratitude & Pens Note For Gippy Grewal Radhika Madan-starrer 'Kacchey Limbu' selected for IFFK, World Film Festival-Bangkok Apple launches Oceanic+ app on Watch Ultra UN chief Antonio Guterres calls for action in 3 areas to prevent disaster of biological weapons After FTX, now crypto finance firm BlockFi files for bankruptcy Abhimanyu Dassani, Amol Parashar, Shreya Dhanwanthary to star in wedding crashing comedy 'Nausikhiye' NASA's Artemis I Moon mission breaks Apollo 13's record South Korea can still reach knockouts with win, help from others

 

Sports Authority of India appoints six foreign coaches for athletics till Paris Olympics

Sports News, New Delhi, Paris Olympic Games, Sports Authority of India, Paris 2024

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

New Delhi , 10 Jan 2022

To support Indian elite athletes' preparations for the Paris Olympic Games, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has approved the appointment of six foreign coaches for athletics until 2024.The step will strengthen the preparations for Paris 2024 and help in the long-term development of track and field athletes in India, SAI said in a tweet on Monday.The six coaches that have been appointed include Jozef Lisowski of Poland who will be for sprints disciplines 400m, 4x100m and 4x400m relay while Scott Simmons of the United States will train the middle and long-distance runners. 

Tatlana Sibileva of the United States will nurture the race walk athletes while Steffen Reumann of Germany will take care of rotational throws, discus and shot put. Kimmo Kinnunen of Finland will train the javelin throw athletes while Juan Gualberto Napoles Cardenas of Cuba will be in charge of the horizontal jumps, the SAI tweet said.The six coaches have been appointed at a total cost of around $42,000 per month.India had its most successful Olympic Games ever in Tokyo winning seven medals including a historic gold medal by javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, the first Indian athlete to win an Olympic medal.

 

Tags: Sports News , New Delhi , Paris Olympic Games , Sports Authority of India , Paris 2024

 

 

related news

 

 

 

Photo Gallery

 

 

Video Gallery

 

 

5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2022 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD