Bolivian preselection carries out the Karate Summer Camp 2022

Bolivian preselection carries out the Karate Summer Camp 2022

December 28, 2022, 2:10 PM

December 28, 2022, 2:10 PM

The Bolivian karate preselection carries out a microcycle of work called Karate Summer Camp, which began on Tuesday and will run until Thursday, at the Sports Training and Training Center (CEFED) in La Tamborada, Cochabamba.

A total of 155 athletes, from different categories, they take part in the event that is open for the Olympic and kyokushin modalities.

The goal is istart the preparation of the karatekas with a view to the international tournaments that will take place during the 2023 season.

The athletes were nominated to carry out this concentration after the selective national, which took place in Cochabamba in the middle of this month.

A second national will take place on March 4 and 5 2023 in the city of Santa Cruz and from there will come the final list of selected teams that will compete in international tournaments.

“The microcycle of work of the Bolivian preselection is carried out with the aim of starting the preparation for the cycle of South American competitions of the 2023 management. We have decided to call this event Karate Summer Camp 2022, because all our best athletes are involved of the different categories”, said Kjarol Herrera, president of the Bolivian Karate Federation (Feboka).

Herrera added that This camp has the support of the Vice Ministry of Sports that granted “air tickets, lodging and food for the athletes.”

By 2023 nine international championships are planned in which Feboka plans to send its best representatives, the first will be the South American Seniors, U21 Youth and Cadet, which will be held from April 24 to 30 in San Bernardo de Campo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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