Official in the BOE: professional and federated athletes will be able to train as of this Monday

first_imgFor the so-called DAN (professional athletes, of national interest and of a high level), their return to training will take place “without any time restriction” and with the limit of space marked by the province in which their home is located.. Your training sessions can be carried out in the sea, rivers or reservoirs, with the material you need “as long as you can practice alone.”Any coach will be able to follow the work of the athletes keeping the safety distance of two meters, with the exception of bicycles and skates, which will be ten meters.. In this section, special mention should be made of Paralympic athletes, who will be able to count on the help of another athlete without having to keep the safety distance, although they will have to train with additional mask protection.In the case of professional leagues, training is allowed in own work centers, with the protection and hygiene measures determined by Health.For federated athletes, two time bands are established, between six and ten in the morning of each day, and between eight in the afternoon and eleven at night.. They will be able to train individually. The Official State Gazette has published this Sunday the Order of the Ministry of Health through which the return to training of professional and federated athletes, individually, is approved and under the premises of “responsibility, prudence and safety distance” advised by the department commanded by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa.Following the plan for the transition to a new normality approved on April 28 in the Council of Ministers, On Monday, measures aimed at easing restrictions established after the declaration of the state of alarm enter, including the return to training of professional and federated athletes.Professional sport returns with the entry into force of ‘Phase 0’ of the de-escalation and professional and federated athletes will be able to train individually from Monday. In addition, as indicated by the Higher Sports Council in a statement, professional leagues may develop basic training in their work centerslast_img

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