The field equipment is similar to the equipment used in the Olympics. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Petar Gorsa was in the Zagreb hospital next to his wife’s bed. They have just become the parents of babies.
After completing a seven-day quarantine, the Indian shooting team will train alongside the Croatians:
A few hours later, the world third-ranked shooter greeted the Indian Olympic shooting team at the city airport. Antun Sudar, vice chairman of Gorsa and Zagreb Shooting Federation, accompanied the Indian team to their hotel. . “By the time I got home to sleep, it was already 5 in the morning,” Gossa said. For the 33-year-old, it was a grueling week.
It’s more than just welcoming Indian shooters at the airport. From liaising with various government agencies in Croatia to ensuring the issuance of visas by the embassy in Delhi;
First, it took him nearly six hours to obtain a clearance certificate for equipment including weapons from the customs. He has no symptoms, but even so, the doctors still want to take antiviral drugs. I feel uncomfortable, so this is a problem,” Gossa said. Then, the two-day hospitalization he proposed lasted for eight days, which made him nervous. In the end, he said that Olympian Ronjan Singh Sodhi and the president of the National Rifle Association of India, Raninder Singh, saved him.
They spoke with the hospital authorities and continued to examine him. After being released from the hospital, Gorsa spent the remaining days at Raninder’s residence. “When I have a positive attitude towards Covid, they treat me like family.Mr. Raninder and my friend Mr. Ronjan have given me the best care, which has allowed me to be protected in very difficult situations.
Within a week, Gorsa suspended training to help a team including some of his biggest competitors. Country after country closed the door to travelers from India.