Brij Bhushan to be named India’s Chef de Mission at Asian Games

The IOA has announced a 524-member contingent of athletes for the Asian Games in Indonesia in August this year.

REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE: WFI president Brij Bhushan Saran Singh is set to be named the Chef de Mission of the Indian contingent at the Asian Games.   -  AFP

Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president, Brij Bhushan Saran Singh, is set to be named the Chef de Mission of the Asian Games-bound Indian contingent.

The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) is likely to make the announcement later this week.

The four deputy Chefs de Mission set to be be appointed are B S Kushwaha (former secretary of Indian Kayaking and Canoeing Federation), R K Sacheti (Executive Director of Boxing Federation of India, D K Singh (Uttarakhand Olympic Association) and Colonel R K Swain (Secretary of Equestrian Federation of India).

The IOA, which had announced a 524-member contingent of athletes for the August 18-September 2 Asian Games in Indonesia, is expected to issue a revised list after the court verdict in sailing and handball.

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