Agree – and then you can train

PETALING JAYA: The athletes under the Road to Tokyo programme needs to give their consent to conditions laid down first before they are allowed to return to training on June 1.

National Sports Council director of athletes preparation Jefri Ngadirin said offer letters will be sent to all the athletes soon.

“They will register on June 1 and we will also require them to undergo Covid-19 screening first.

“The results should come out in two days’ time.

There will be two training sessions generally – from 7.00-10.30am and 3.00-6.00pm.

“We should know by June 1 whether all of them accept the conditions, which include being quarantined in their training areas and staying away from family and friends.

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