Wrestler Narsingh Yadav, on comeback trail after doping ban, tests positive for COVID-19
Besides wrestlers Narsingh Yadav and Gurpreet Singh, physiotherapist Vishal Rai has also tested positive for the deadly virus.
Sonepat: Dope-tainted wrestler Narsingh Yadav, gearing up for his first international event after serving a four-year ban, tested positive for the coronavirus on Saturday along with Greco-Roman grappler Gurpreet Singh.
Narsingh is scheduled to take part in his first international tournament in four years in the Individual World Cup in Belgrade from 12 to 18 December after being named as Jitender Kinha's replacement in 74kg category.
Narsingh (74kg category), who became eligible to compete once again in August this year and Gurpreet (77kg) both are asymptomatic, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) said in a statement.
Besides the wrestling duo, physiotherapist Vishal Rai has also tested positive for the deadly virus.
"All three are asymptomatic and have been moved to Sonepat's Bhagwan Mahavir Das Hospital as a precautionary measure," the SAI said.
"The wrestlers had rejoined the national camp in SAI Sonepat after their Diwali break and were in quarantine. As per Standard Operating Procedures established by SAI, they were tested on the sixth day i.e. Friday 27th and their report came today."
Earlier in September, three senior men's grapplers — Deepak Punia (86kg), Navin (65kg) and Krishan (125kg) returned positive for the virus after reporting for the camp.
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