New Delhi: Double Olympic bronze medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar and six other Indian athletes will get to train at the SPIRE Institute in the first week of November under a joint venture between Sheru Classic and the Ohio-based institute.
"Indian athletic capabilities and talent have great potential for every level. Proper preparations and nurturing of global standards will provide great results for the Indian sports. We are excited to establish a partnership with SPIRE Institute, because exposure of Indian athletes at the SPIRE Institute will result into India’s pride at the Olympics," Sheru Aangrish, director of Sheru Classic, said in a statement Wednesday.
Commenting on this tie-up, Bobby Bosmann, director of SPIRE Institute, said: "We are excited to establish this tie-up with Sheru Classic and we are all set to welcome Indian athletes. We look forward to train Indian talent at our facility in Ohio, US."
In this tie-up, Sheru Classic will send talented athletes from India to SPIRE Institute for providing worlds best sports training and preparation to become champions in the Olympics.