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Indian swimmers worry about continued pool use restrictions

Indian swimmers say continuing to restrict pool use will not only affect performance. Their in the next few years but also affect their mental health.

Swimmers in the country have not entered the swimming pools since 25 March, when the first wave of Covid was announced.

The latest guidance on phase three of the relaxation of restrictions on the use of swimming pools until August 31.

Srihari Nataraj, who achieved a “B” score last year in the 100m backstroke swim. With a national record of 54.69 seconds, the break has pushed swimmers’ careers almost a year. Its impact will be felt during the Tokyo Olympics and the next sports festival.

“If we are trained, it will all make significant progress. Now it will take at least 3-4 months to achieve the same level of progress.

The 19-year-old swimmer needs to reduce his time to 53.85 to secure a spot at the Tokyo Olympics.

“Things that can be achieved in March, will be achieved in December if practicing again now. We are wasting a lot of time in our careers. It will affect performance at the Tokyo Olympics, 2022 Asian Games, Nataraj added.

Kushagra Rawat, who achieved a B-grade in the 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle. The lack of exercise opportunities also affects the morale of the Indian swimmers.

“The pools have opened around the world, so we always remember improving our time while we haven’t even been to the pool for four months,” said Rawat.

It’s a record where even if you miss a day or two, it will affect your performance.

The Indian Swimming Federation (SFI) has asked Olympic athletes for permission to continue training since May, but to no avail.

Dronacharya’s award-winning coach Nihar Ameen also expressed frustration at the government’s decision to close elite swimmers’ pools.

Swimming is one of the safest sports and if all other sports including contact sports and exercise are open, don’t swim.

Nataraj, Virdhawal Khade, Sajan Prakash, Rawat, Aryan Makhija and Advait Page are after swimmers who have achieved B-level in their respective events for the Olympics and are moving towards Standard A.

Among them, Prakash and Makhija were fortunate to continue training. While Parakash, who had spent the entire course at a practitioner in Phket, started training when the swimming pools opened in Thailand, Makhija flew to Alabama, USA, where he studied at Auburn University, in  mid-July.

However, Nataraj, Rawat and Khade do not plan to go out to practice.

“The only option for me is the federation is planning. Others are out and out enrolled at the university. I don’t have that choice, ” said Nataraj.

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Ronaldo topped the list of tracing in India

Ronaldo is the most “dangerous” figure on the Internet in 2020. Internet users in India search for Ronaldo the most.

The investigation of The Times of India newspaper said that Cristiano Ronaldo is ranked first in the list of the most “wanted” characters in India.

Cristiano Ronaldo is a worldwide celebrity. It’s easy to understand when millions of fans around the world are always looking for information about CR7. It could be football news or the personal life of the Portuguese star, as long as Ronaldo is related, the fans want to update.

Therefore, not many people were surprised with the results of the investigation published by The Times of India earlier this week. Cristiano Ronaldo is ranked at the top of the list of most wanted characters in India on the Internet.

McAfee, a company providing anti-virus software, presented a report on the possibility of virus infection on devices connected to the Internet in 2020. In which, the content most searched by Indian users is Cristiano Ronaldo.

McAfee India Vice President Venkat Krishnapur explained: “The point is that people click everywhere to see free and copyrighted content such as sporting events, or photos, Private videos of their favorite celebrities”.

Therefore, when Indian users search for Ronaldo, they also find a lot of viruses. After the transfer of 100 million euros from Real Madrid to Juventus in 2018, Ronaldo has reached the Top of the most sought-after players in the world. Every day, millions of people write his name on the search engines to get information about Ronaldo, his girlfriend and his children.

But not all content related to Ronaldo is safe and the fact that many people have taken advantage of the CR7’s popularity to spread viruses and malicious programs to users’ computers.

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Ronaldo leads the top 10 social media players who make the most money

Cristiano Ronaldo is the athlete who makes the most money in the world for each individual Instagram post.

Known as one of the strikers who often use tricks on the pitch, Luis Suarez has a large number of fans as well as anti-fans. The Uruguayan star’s personal page has 34 million followers and gives him a great source of revenue from each post.

Virat Kohli is a famous cricket player and captain of the Indian team. In 2018, Kohli was voted in the top 100 most influential people in the world by The Times.

Ibrahimovic has always been the focus of attention wherever he appears. In addition to his talent on the pitch, the Swedish striker also attracts a large number of fans on social networks with somewhat arrogant speeches and actions.

The Captain of the Indian Cricket Team, Virat Kohli and noted actor Anushka Sharma calls on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on December 20, 2017.

Once expected to become the heir to the position of Cristiano Ronaldo, but Gareth Bale was excluded from the plan of coach Zidane in a short time. The Welsh striker can switch to play football in China to become the highest-earning player in history in the world (£ 1.2 million per week).

The former Brazilian footballer has been a source of inspiration for generations to come. Ronaldinho remains active on social media and participates in events to generate more income after retirement.

At the age of 34, LeBron James is still maintaining his top form. He was favored by the world basketball village and awarded the title “king” of the NBA.

At the age of 44, David Beckham is still in shape. The former British player is always in the top of the most attractive men on the planet thanks to his trendy dress and gentleman’s looks.

Lionel Messi is not a player with a hobby of using social media. With his talent for football, “El Pulga” is the second highest Instagram follower in the world. Brands have to pay large sums of money to appear on the Argentina superstar’s personal page.

Unlike his close friend Messi, Neymar considers his personal page a place to share feelings like showing fans a rich life. The habit of using social media made the Brazilian striker receive a heavy penalty from UEFA for cursing the referee in PSG’s defeat against MU in the Champions League last season.

In every field involved, Cristiano Ronaldo always wants himself to be the best. Not only is the athlete making the most money from social media. CR7 is also the third most money-making character in the world through her personal page, second only to the beautiful Kylie Jenner and singer Ariana Grande.

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The diet of athletics legend Mo Farah of India

Four-time Olympic gold medalist runners often eat a lot in the morning with a menu of coffee, bread, butter, and jam.

Farah is one of the legendary British runners of the world track and field. Athletes born in 1983 each won six world championship gold medals and four Olympic gold medals. Besides exercise, diet and sleep science have contributed significantly to the success of Mo Farah. Below is a typical diet of running legs.

Breakfast

Farah usually wakes up around 7 am, then drinks his first coffee. “Coffee is my daily motivation. I can’t really function without it. I don’t think I’ve had a morning without coffee for many years,” he told BBC Good Food.

For breakfast, the running leg usually has two pieces of toast (grainy bread) with butter and nutella (a side dish of hazelnut and sweet chocolate ingredients, usually spread on bread). Sometimes adding a bowl of baby porridge.

Mo Farah says he tends to eat breakfast relatively a lot before training. “My stomach is able to process food fairly quickly, so breakfast usually lasts about 30-40 minutes before training,” he says.

Mo Farah’s morning jogging exercise ranges from 16-19 km. After running, he will go to the gym to exercise strength. After about 25 minutes of exercise, the male athlete drinks a protein carbohydrate drink. Farah thinks this is very important for an athlete.

Lunch

British foot running lunch starts at 12 o’clock, usually with a chicken sandwich. Alternatively, if you’re preparing for races, you can change with pasta, steamed veggies and roast chicken.

“I usually eat at least one serving of chicken and salmon a day, as well as pasta and steamed vegetables,” says Mo Farah. He prefers to have a hearty lunch and dinner because he doesn’t usually snack much during the day.

If you feel hungry, Farah will add some good runner fruits like bananas. In addition, chocolate is usually dark chocolate which is a very good snack to increase energy, trusted by legs.

After lunch, Mo Farah takes a nap before an afternoon exercise with about 8 km. After that session, he will rest and take some time to relax.

Dinner

Mo Farah’s dinner starts quite late, at 8pm, usually salmon or rice with vegetables. Sometimes I’ll eat lasagna (a type of spaghetti). Farah says he doesn’t like to experiment too much with food, despite knowing his usual routine is tedious. Farah ends the day and goes to bed around 9:30 a.m. or 10 p.m.

Before an important race, the running leg diet is a little different from chicken or salmon and rice. He will also drink 2 large cups of coffee for 2-3 hours before starting the race. Talking about diets and workouts for amateur athletes, Mo Farah said: “Maintain a healthy balance between carbs and protein but always be careful with carbs, otherwise it will leave you behind. To exercise, just maintain a good pace of core exercises I also recommend that those who want to speed up initially try light weight training, but it also slows you down. “

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Top 4 most famous athletes of India

Sports is always a spiritual dish that brings many indispensable benefits in modern life, especially for health.

Whether it is playing professionally or simply practicing for entertainment for an amateur playground, the influence of sport on the mind and human health is quite obvious.

It is further confirmed as more and more sports models, projects and facilities sprout up around the world.

Indian tourism not only brings you to the famous temples and pagodas of the world but also the country that produces many special talents of the sports world.

Do you know who are top 4 most famous athletes of India? Let’s find out in this article!

• Milkha Singh

Also known as the Flying Sikh, named after India’s most famous sprinter who is also one of the country’s sports icons. He was the first Indian athlete to win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. Even so, Milkha decided to join the Indian army instead of pursuing a career as a professional athlete as many people dreamed.

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• Viswanathan Anand

This is the greatest chess player in India and top best athlete in the world. At the age of 20, Viswanathan soon became a chess grandmaster and was the first person to receive the honorary award of Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna of this nation.

• Dhyan Chana

Like the US, hockey is a very popular sport in India and the most admired name is Dhyan Chana. He helped India win 3 gold medals in the 1928, 1932 and 1936 Olympics. Dhyan Chana has been favorably nicknamed “Wizard” in his career achievements.

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• Mary Kom

In India, boxing is as popular as any other country in the world, with Mary Kom being the most famous female boxer. She won 01 bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics and a gold medal at the Asian Boxing Championship.