Tokyo Games: Olympic-Bound Indian Archers First To Get Fully Vaccinated | Archery News

Tokyo Games: Deepika Kumari will get her second dose of COVID-19 vaccine.© Twitter

The Olympic-bound Indian archers on Wednesday took their second pictures of COVID-19 vaccine, changing into the primary totally vaccinated lot of athletes from the nation forward of the Tokyo Games. In an initiative undertaken by the Army Sports Institute, the place the nationwide camp for the recurve archers is being held, all of the eight senior archers, the coaches and help workers have been administered the second shot on the Military Hospital. The eight archers included Atanu Das, Tarundeep Rai, Pravin Jadhav and B Dhiraj (reserve) in males’s and Deepika Kumari, Ankita Bhakat, Komolika Bari and Madhu Vedwan (reserve) within the ladies’s part.

“Second and final dose of the vaccine is done. Thank you so much Army Sports Institute for making everything smooth and convenient,” Atanu Das captioned his vaccination picture on his Instagram deal with.

Former world quantity Deepika Kumari and India’s most senior archer Tarundeep Rai additionally shared their vaccination pictures. The archers are gearing up for the World Cup Stage I, to be held from April 19, which would be the first event for the seniors within the COVID period.


The archers will compete in three World Cups, with the third being a Olympic qualification earlier than the Tokyo Games in July-August. So far, India have secured a crew quota within the males’s part and a person quota in ladies’s class.

The ladies’s crew may have one final likelihood to qualify within the third stage of the World Cup, in Paris from June 21-27. The Army had earlier administered COVID-19 vaccines to India’s 35 main rowers together with these gearing up for the Olympics {qualifications}.

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