Indian professional sprinter and current national champion in the women's 100 metres Dutee Chand is going in for an overhaul of her technique in a bid to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. With the qualifiers beginning soon, Dutee has made several key changes in her training regime, while drawing up an elaborate plan to train in the US. It has been reported that the Asian games silver medallist has tied up with the famous IMG academy in Florida. Dutee plans to spend two months beginning May at the academy post her Federation Cup and Asian Championships assignments, to iron out flaws in her technique, which, according to Dutee, was affecting both her start and finish. Off late a coach from the Florida academy, Lauren, visited Dutee at the Pullela Gopichand academy in Hyderabad, where Dutee trains with her coach Nagapuri Ramesh, and held a 20-day conditioning camp for her.