Tom Bosworth celebrates winning the Men's 5000 Metres Walk - PHOTO: REUTERS LONDON (REUTERS) - Reduced drug testing during the COVID-19 pandemic is like a “gift” for those unscrupulous athletes who will go to any lengths to win and make money, British race walker Tom Bosworth has told The Times newspaper. … [Read more...] about Doping: Testing gap due to coronavirus a ‘gift’ to cheats: race walker Bosworth
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The festival, organized from October 28 to November 3, aims to honor the traditional cultural heritage of the Khmer people. The highlight of these festive days is a Ghe Ngo (Khmer Boat) Race on November 2 and 3 with the participation of 62 teams from Soc Trang and neighboring provinces and cities in the Mekong Delta region. … [Read more...] about 62 teams to join boat race in Ok Om Bok Festival
The system, made up of over 10 giant wet and dry underground caves, is the perfect base for the race as it provides the most ideal terrain conditions, conducive to raw adventure in the wild. Athletes are allowed to participate in the race just once in their lifetime. … [Read more...] about Tú Làn Adventure Race to be held in July
Also, the winter crop has been bountiful. India has a robust food stockpile - some 60 million tonnes of food grains - and the world's largest state-run food distribution programme. Food shortages are unlikely. But the challenges are in supporting farmers, sharecroppers and labourers until things return to normal; getting food to the poor and securing the harvest for the next season. … [Read more...] about Will coronavirus lockdown cause food shortages in India?
"If it truly has a dramatic effect on the clinical course of Covid-19 we would already have evidence for that. We don't, which tells us that hydroxychloroquine, if it even works at all, will likely be shown to have modest effects at best," Dr Joyeeta Basu, a senior consultant physician in India, told the BBC. … [Read more...] about Hydroxychloroquine: India agrees to release unproven ‘corona drug’