Tokyo Olympics: Asian Games champion Tajinderpal Singh Toor gears up to break Olympic qualification mark in Bengaluru

Tokyo Olympics: Tajinderpal qualifies for Tokyo Olympics, improves own National Record with 21.49m throw
Tokyo Olympics: Tajinderpal qualifies for Tokyo Olympics, improves own National Record with 21.49m throw

Tokyo Olympics: Asian Games champion Tajinderpal Singh Toor gears up to break Olympic qualification mark in Bengaluru:- Tajinderpal Singh Toor, the Asian Games champion in men’s shot put, hopes to achieve Tokyo Olympic Games qualification mark of 21.10 metres at next month’s domestic competition in Bengaluru after missing international events last month due to pandemic.

“The pandemic disrupted our international competition and exposure plan. We were supposed to travel to Turkey last month but it was postponed as the Turkish government imposed a 15-day quarantine rule on Indians due to rising Covid-19 cases in India. Now our main focus is to crack the Tokyo Olympic qualification standard of 21.10m next month in Bengaluru,” Toor’s coach Mohinder Singh Dhillon told IANS.

Dhillon said Toor had injured his right hand in October 2020 and missed training.
“We just had two months of good training to prepare for the domestic competition in March. Still we crossed the 20-metre mark at the Federation Cup Athletics Championships in Patiala,” added the coach.

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