After several delays, Jorge “Majico” González stadium should be ready in early June for various competitions. Photo: Kossan 2023 Author: taken from internet
Just over a month before the start of the XXIV Central American and Caribbean Games (JCC) in San Salvador in 2023, several International Technical Delegates (DTIs) are currently evaluating the venues for the regional sporting event.
Recently, the Organizing Committee of the Games, known as Cossan 2023, hosted Puerto Rican Yazaira Cabrera and Costa Rican Esteban Camacho, DTI in artistic gymnastics in the women’s and men’s sectors respectively, who supervised the state of the Ciudad Merliot Sports Complex. , the headquarters of this discipline.
“We will see high-level gymnastics, although these are regional games, this does not mean that the quality of the gymnastics that we will see is low. We will have a world champion (Alexa Moreno) because we have Mexico and we have countries that have done very well internationally, like El Salvador and Puerto Rico. In fact, there is a gymnast in Panama (Hilary Heron) who just won two World Championship medals,” Cabrera told the official website of the event.
For his part, Camacho said that the JCC in the capital of El Salvador is a highly anticipated event in the region and he is confident that it will be of a high standard, allowing the public to enjoy an extraordinary show.
Following the trip of this evaluator duo, Peruvian José Quiñones, a DTI weightlifting specialist who visited the Jorge “Majico” González Stadium Sports Complex, formerly known as Flor Blanca, is currently in the Central American country.
After the tour, Quiñones and his companions, which included Cossan 2023 specialists, members of the Salvadoran weightlifting federation and Cuban adviser Rene Romero, decided to move the strongmen competition to the so-called cradle of the stadium, an area due to be ready by June 5, after several delays with dates delivery.
Source: Juventud Rebelde