Neeraj Chopra, who’s presently recuperating from a groin pressure, might take part on the Diamond League assembly in Lausanne subsequent week if he’s ‘medically match’.
Neeraj Chopra can compete in Lausanne Diamond League if ‘medically match’: AFI chief Adille Sumariwalla (AP Photograph)
- Neeraj can compete in Lausanne Diamond League if ‘medically match’: AFI chief
- Neeraj is but to take a name on his participation within the prestigious competitors
- Neeraj figured in listing of opponents for the Lausanne leg of Diamond League Assembly
Athletic Federation of India (AFI) chief Adille J Sumariwalla mentioned Olympic champion javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, who pulled out of the latest Commonwealth Video games because of a minor damage, can compete within the Lausanne Diamond League Assembly on August 26 if he’s “medically match”.
The 24-year-old Chopra figured within the listing of opponents for the Lausanne leg of the Diamond League Assembly on August 26.
However he’s but to take a name on his participation within the prestigious competitors.
“Neeraj will take part in (Lausanne) if he’s declared medically match,” Sumariwalla instructed PTI on Saturday.
Chopra had missed the Birmingham CWG because of a “minor” groin pressure he suffered whereas successful a historic silver within the World Championships in Eugene, USA final month. He was suggested to have a one-month relaxation.
“Neeraj is engaged on his rehabilitation and his crew will take a name in regards to the Lausanne Diamond League nearer to the occasion,” a supply had mentioned a number of days again.
Birmingham CWG silver medallist Avinash Sable additionally figured within the males’s 3000m steeplechase occasion.
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