"Greatly troubled about the recent cricket match between India and Sri Lanka in Delhi played under conditions of high levels of air pollution", IMA has written.
If the air quality index (AQI) is between 151 and 200, it is recommended that outdoor exercises should be reduced.
An AQI average above 300 is considered hazardous and is very likely to affect the entire population. I like to play ODIs because I know I can do far better.
Agarwal said air pollution impacts on performance of the athletes. "I will need to talk to the secretary and ask him to write to the Sri Lanka Cricket".
"This match should not have taken place in the first place". It is time the ICC comes up with a policy on pollution. But veteran fast bowler Lasith Malinga continues to be overlooked. "It takes a serious toll on your health in the long run". BCCI acting president CK Khanna said, "If 20,000 people in the stands did not have problem and the Indian team did not face any issue, I wonder why Sri Lankan team made a big fuss".Читайте также: YouTube Reveals Top Trending Videos Of 2017
"We can not expose our athletes to inhuman levels of pollution just because a few hundred crores (tens of millions of dollars) is at stake".
The smog has become especially alarming in the past two years, casting doubt on the future of sports events.
Several athletes complained of side effects.
Even limited exposure can cause shortness of breath and make the eyes weep and throat burn. But I told him, "Nothing doing".
According to the Hindustan Times, doctors launched a legal challenge in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent the race from going ahead. "It's been bad since I landed here yesterday".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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