Inam wants PSB to hold early training camps for SA Games.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani Wrestler Muhammad Inam has urged Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) to hold training camps, as soon as possible, to prepare the athletes for the 13th South Asian Games scheduled to be held in Kathmandu and Pokhara in December.

'The training camps for the South Asian Games would be held after the conclusion of National Games scheduled to be held in Peshawar from November 9 to 14, thus leaving very less time for the athletes to prepare for the extravaganza,' he told reporter.

Inam, who recently won a gold medal in the World Beach Games at Qatar, feared if athletes did not get enough time to prepare for the South Asian Games then the outcome would not be good.

'Training camps were the need of the hour and PSB should understand that athletes need extensive training to achieve good results in international tournaments,' he said.

He said Pakistan Wrestling Federation (PWF) would be holding trials for the South Asian Games on October 28 and...

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