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Registrations for Nagaland Olympic and Paralympic games open

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By EMN Updated: Jan 16, 2024 9:13 pm

DIMAPUR — The Nagaland Olympic Association (NOA) announced on Monday that the registration links for the Nagaland Olympic and Paralympic Games 2024 are now open.

The NOA stated in a press release that registration of players and teams will only be done electronically, and that the deadline for registration of players and team officials is January 29.

In this connection, it requested all district chefs de mission and deputy chefs de mission to complete online registrations on or before January 25, adding that there will be no change of names once the players are registered.

The Games are scheduled to be held from February 12 to the 17th, with events spread across Dimapur and Chümoukedima districts. The venues of the events and details of the competitions which include archery, boxing, boxing, badminton, cricket, football, sepaktakraw, wrestling, and wushu, to name a few, will be notified separately, the NOA informed.

It also informed that the Games will feature paralympic sports and events under this category will not be based on inter-district teams.

The games organising committee will provide accommodation, local transport, food and technical competition arrangements in the host city. The dates of arrival and departure will be notified separately, the release stated.

It informed that will be seven trophies for the games including team championships winners, team championships 1st runner-up, team championships 2nd runner-up, spirit of Olympics award, Olympic fair play trophy, outstanding sportsman, and outstanding sportswoman.

The coordinating officials for the games will be Kajiiloni Krichena and Khuvinu Tase and their contact numbers are +917085333972 and +918415035548, respectively, the release stated.

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By EMN Updated: Jan 16, 2024 9:13:44 pm
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