By ZBC Reporter
THE country’s supreme sports body, the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) says it is working on modalities for the possible resumption of medium and high-risk sport codes in the wake of COVID-19.
Things are starting to shape up for the possible resumption of medium and high-risk sporting activities, with the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) working round the clock to ensure the safety of athletes and officials.
SRC Director-General, Prince Mupazviriho says they are working on modalities to ease restrictions on medium and high-risk sport codes without breaching health guidelines.
“The classification of sports into classes was meant to enable the containment of the disease. We are, however, working on modalities to make sure that all health guidelines are observed before we can give our green light on their resumption. We are set to ease the restrictions on these (medium and high risk) sports so that they can resume their normal training sessions, at least. You are quite aware that even on the low-risk sports there are no serious competitions, no spectators, etc, this is part of the laid down Covid-19 guidelines,” he said.
SRC has already given the green-light for the resumption of low-risk sport codes which include cricket, golf, tennis, and horse racing.