Indian Cycling Federation director VN Singh put Jyoti, who arrived in Darbhanga, Bihar from Gurugram on a bicycle, in lockdown due to coronavirus, and said that the federation would give him a chance to go for trial and if he would meet CFI standards a little If she descends, she will be provided with special training and coaching.
According to media reports, Jyoti took her father Mohsan Paswan on a bicycle and covered a distance of more than one thousand km in eight days from Gurugram to Darbhanga in Bihar. Jyoti cycled 100 to 150 km daily. VN Singh said that the federation is always on the lookout for talented players and if Jyoti has the potential, she will be fully supported.
VN Singh said that we are always looking for such talented players and if the girl has such ability, then we will definitely give her a chance. Can put him in training and coaching camp ahead. Before that, however, we will examine it. If she meets our criteria then we will help her fully. They will be trained on bicycles imported from abroad.
Asked about giving Jyoti a chance for a trial after the lockdown, she said that I had spoken to her and told her that whenever the opportunity comes after the lockdown is over, he comes to Delhi and we have his short at Indira Gandhi Stadium Will take a test. We have wattbikes which are stable bikes. On this, the child is seated and tested for four to five minutes. This shows how much ability the player and his feet have. If she has cycled so far, she definitely has potential.
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Jyoti, who is spending her time of separation in her home, said that if she gets a chance, she is ready for trial.