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Des Moines Register
It’s official: Workouts can begin June 15 in the Big 12 Conference.
The league’s Board of Directors approved a phased-in approach Friday for athletes in all sports to begin “voluntary activities related to sports participation.”
Football players can begin voluntary workouts at campus athletic facilities on June 15. They’ll work with the program’s strength and conditioning staff, but not their coaches.
Volleyball, soccer and cross-country athletes can start voluntary workouts on July 1. All other Big 12 athletes can return to campus for voluntary sports-related activities on July 15.
“This phased approach is intended to permit gradual adoption of best practices for mitigation of COVID-19, as well as ensuring a safe environment and appropriately prepared facilities,” the Big 12 said in a statement.
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