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BCCI to standardise off-season training

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KOLKATA: In a bid to standardise the off-season training programme for all India and India `A' cricket players, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has asked the Indian team trainer, Gregory Allan King, to visit different centres, interact with players and provide fitness programmes.

King was in Kolkata on a two-day visit and met medium pace bowlers, Shib Sankar Paul and Ranadeb Bose, and spent more than an hour with them. He provided them with a list of exercises to be followed during the off-season. Sourav Ganguly, was also expected to be present during the interaction but did not turn up. Later King met him and handed over the fitness schedule.

The fitness trainer, according to a BCCI spokesman here, would visit all major centres to interact with players.

Meanwhile, the BCCI plans to hold a conditioning camp for the Indian team probables in July, in all probability at Bangalore, prior to the three-nation one-day series in Sri Lanka in August, according to the spokesman.

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