FULL LIST Of Sports Allowed To resume

The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has announced that sporting activities in the low-risk category are allowed to resume. All sporting activities had been banned after Health and Child Care Minister, Vice President Chiwenga had announced new COVD-19 measures. Pindula News present the SRC’s list of sports allowed to resume.

Pursuant to the recently Gazetted Statutory Instrument 170 of 2021, the following sports codes, classified as ‘low risk’ are hereby authorized to resume their activities in accordance with their previously approved COVID-19 protocols encompassing national and World Health Organization guidelines: –

List of approved Low-Risk Sport Codes

SPORT CODE                                             SPORT CODE                                    SPORT CODE      
ArcheryAquaticsBadminton
AnglingBassAthletics
CricketCyclingChess
EquestrianRowingDraughts
PoloPolocrosseGolf
ShootingTennisMotorSport
WoodballTriathlonLawn Bowls
Table TennisHorse RacingTeqball

The SRC is advising the relevant National Sports Associations of this development by separate and direct email requiring that they acknowledge and accept the said correspondence and the health protocols and other conditions reiterated therein prior to any such resumption. If any of the above activities are carried out at a sports club or other similar facility, bars and changing rooms are to remain closed and any available restaurants authorized to operate are to only accept takeaway orders.

For the avoidance of any doubt, GYMS shall remain closed.

ALL competitions MUST however still be applied for separately through the SRC, which will submit its recommendations to the Minister for approval. The following deadlines are applicable in this respect:

1. Local competitions

FOURTEEN (14) business days prior to the intended competition date;

2. Regional, Continental and International competitions THIRTY (30) business days prior to the intended travel date for the competition date.
No competition in Zimbabwe. or travel outside of Zimbabwe shall take Place without the written authorization of the Honourable Minister of Youth, Sport, Art & Recreation in consultation with the Honourable Minister Of Health and Child Care.

The SRC is in constant liaison with those sports codes not appearing on the above list, but having critical domestic and/or international commitments. Their respective situations are under active consideration on a case by case basis, and any decision regarding their ability to so resume or participate, as the case may be, will be communicated to them directly.

Likewise, due consideration will, upon application and demonstrable justification, be given to those sports codes requiring reclassification as ‘low risk’. The SRC will, along with the relevant law enforcement authorities, continue to monitor all sports facilities and centres for compliance. Violations of health protocols and other stated conditions will result in the summary suspension of the relevant sport code and the prosecution of the offending persons or responsible officials.

Please be guided accordingly!

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