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Maricom said on doping – some coach taking the players on the wrong path

India’s top boxer MC Mary Kom said on Thursday that coaches are also guilty of doping crisis in the country who show their players the wrong way. Olympic bronze medal winners and six-time world champion advocated for the training of NADA in anti-doping awareness training. The 36-year-old boxer said at the closing ceremony of the anti-doping National Conference, “We also need to train the trainers. They also need to be aware. They should also be trained about prohibited medicines. Marikom said in the presence of Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, “Unfortunately, some coaches take their students on the wrong path.

They want to make them different success. On this occasion, Rathore said that players should not learn to achieve anything on the basis of doping. Olympic silver medal winner shooter said, ‘You get to lose weight. It is better to learn from defeat rather than winning medals with wrong methods (doping). When you win a medal and know that you achieved this through doping, you will not even like to see your face. Rathore said, “I do not see him often after winning a medal in Athens because the medal in sports is not everything. How I reached here and how I achieved it while learning many ways with the hunger of victory, it is important.

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