Several local sailboats of this unique class will take part in the competition. Author: gob.pe
The ILCA Central and South American Sailing Championships in Buenos Aires began last Wednesday in Argentina with 155 sailors representing Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Guatemala, Ecuador, Paraguay, Chile, Peru and Cuba.
The Cuban sailors who will be active on the beaches of Puerto de Nunez until next Tuesday, February 21 are Lisbetzi Rojo Salazar, who will compete in the ILCA 6 class, and Dennier Infante Pupo, who will compete in ILCA 7, both left. this Thursday for the venue of the event, which
qualifier for this modality for the Pan American Games in Santiago de Chile 2023.
According to ACN, the goal of the Antillean duo, who attend the fight in the company of their trainer Darien Martinez Pimentel, is nothing less than to finish in the top four places, which will guarantee them tickets to the party. Chilean multisport
However, the delay in leaving for South America will force them to compete with a small margin of time between arrival in the country and departure.
the schedule of the competition, the term is only ten hours.
However, the sailors of the Greater Antilles confirmed their intention to fight for the fulfillment of the goals with which they would arrive in Argentina.
Source: Juventud Rebelde