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Sports Climbing: Tata Sports Academy partners with Jamshedpur-based joint venture to develop sports climbing in India

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Sports Climbing: Tata’s Adventure sports wing Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) has formed an alliance with a Jamshedpur-based joint venture to develop sports climbing in India. The partnership will be in association with Sports Climbing Academy to develop infrastructure as well as athletes. Follow Sports Business News Updates with IndsideSport.IN

Jamshedpur Continuous Annealing and Processing Company Private Limited (JCAPCPL) is a JV of Tata Steel Ltd and Nippon Steel Corporation and Sumitomo Metal Corporation. Sports Climbing has seen steady growth in the last few years after it was included as a medal event in Tokyo Olympics.

Sports Climbing: Tata Sports Academy partners with Jamshedpur-based joint venture to develop sports climbing in India

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Sports Climbing: Tata Sports Academy partners with Jamshedpur-based joint venture to develop sports climbing in India

The motive behind this partnership are:

  • To support the academy’s up-and-coming athletes
  • To develop grass-roots centres
  • To provide foreign exposure
  • To install modular climbing walls at the feeder centres

Sports Climbing: Tata Sports Academy partners with Jamshedpur-based joint venture to develop sports climbing in India

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TSAF CSA: To develop elite athletes nationwide and support the Olympic dream of India, the TSAF CSA is combining state-of-the-art facilities and sports science. The priorities of TSAF are the following.

  • To grow the reach of grass-root development
  • To scout the talent pool to build a strong group

The kids performing the best at the current centres from the areas, including Dimna, Pipla, Pursudih, Rajnagar, Bagunhathu and Tinplate will be trained at the academy.

Sports Climbing: Tata Sports Academy partners with a Jamshedpur-based joint venture to develop sports climbing in India

Chanakya Chaudhary, Chairman of TSAG and Vice-President of Tata Steel (Corporate Services) said, “The TSAF, a not-for-profit trust, will continue working with partners to make resources available to the deserving athletes and take sport climbing to greater heights.”

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