ISLAMABAD - The Athletics Federation of Pakistan (AFP) will announce two athletes on June 15 for the upcoming Beijing Olympic Games, scheduled to beheld from August 8-24 in the capital city of China this year, said secretary AFP Khalid Mehmood. While talking to "The Nation" in his office, he said that before confirming two players for the Olympics, the AFP would conduct the dope tests of six competitors as the final two would be selected after the outcome of the results. "We have chosen three male and three female players, who will undergo dope tests as their samples will be taken before June 1 because there is a need of minimum 15 days to complete the dope test process," he said. He further said, "The federation has selected three men - Abdul Rasheed (110 meters), Muhammad Imran (100 meters), Muhammad Shah (100meter hurdles) and three women - Saddaf Siddique (100 meters), Bushra Perveen (800 meters) and Noshee Perveen (110 meter hurdles) for dope tests. After getting the satisfactory report of their tests, the selection will be made on the most recent performance of the athletes. "We will examine the pervious results of their national and international competitions," he elaborated. He further said that the training camp for the 11th South Asian Games 2009 would commenced from June 1 at Jinnah Stadium, Pakistan Sports Complex. The Games would be held in Dacca, Bangladesh, in the first quarter of the year 2009 in which India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Nepal and Bhutan would compete for the top honour in 17 disciplines. "As many as 40 male and 17 female athletes will join the camp for the regional eight-nation competition," he maintained. He said that 11 coaches would also perform their duties during the national athletics camp to improve the skills of players. Secretary AFP further said that Pakistani players would also take part in the 13th Asian Junior's Atlantics Championship that would be held in Jakarta from June 12-15. "The federation is doing its best to enhance the standard of game in the country. Our boys will show their performance in the regional athletic events. We are organising all national events to provide opportunities to young players to excel at national level," he concluded.