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The avilesina navy is ready

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The Óscar Fernández Club already knows what it is to succeed at Villa and wants to do it again. / LADYBUG

Several judokas of the host Judo Avilés, Club Óscar Fernández and Judo Sanfer opt to fight for the medals in Villa de Avilés

Now everything is ready. After the weigh-in and the covid tests carried out yesterday, the judokas will begin today morning, starting at 9 am, the twentieth edition of the Villa de Avilés International Tournament, which will once again act as the Spanish Cup. On the four tatamis of the Quirinal, several of the best young promises in the country will compete, among them judokas from the three clubs in the region registered in the competition: the host Judo Avilés, Club Óscar Fernández and Judo Sanfer.

The three of them know what it is to get a medal in one of the best and most recognized tests in the country and in this special edition they do not want to be left behind. For Judo Avilés, the junior Javier Corral (-66); the cadets Nel Llope (-55), Rodrigo Burgos (-73), Alejandra Pérez (-57) and Alba Barreiro (-63); and the child Raquel Burgos (-52).

The hopes of the Óscar Fernández Club go through the juniors Mateo Solís (-81) and Celia Dacosta (-63); cadet Óscar Camacho (-66); and the children Mario Taboada (-42), Irene Carreño (-52) and Samuel Fernández (-50). They also have their options, representing Sanfer, cadets Ángela Fernández (-52), Claudia Lora (-57) and Daniel Martínez (-60); and the children Paula López (-63) and Sara Zapatero, Claudia Arribas and Sofía Quiroga (-52). In team fry, he will do a tandem with Palencia.

All the participants are already prepared, both the locals and those who have come from all the communities of the country, in addition to France, Portugal, the United States and Georgia.

The pavilion will open its doors at 7.30 in the morning so that the judokas can begin to warm up at 8. At 9 o’clock the elimination rounds and play-offs of the cadet category, both male and female, will begin. Next, it will be the turn of the sub21 category, whose tests will conclude around 4:45 p.m.

Forty-five minutes before the unofficial weigh-in and the covid tests of the sub 15 category will be carried out, for, between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., the official weigh-in will take place, prior to the draw set at 9:00 p.m. All participants in the Saturday day and those who will do it tomorrow Sunday, have dinner scheduled at 10 pm in their respective accommodations.

Already on Sunday, the pavilion will reopen at 7.30 in the morning, with sub 15 competition at 9 o’clock and sub 13 weigh-ins by teams in the assembly hall at 11. After the sub 15 competition, the alevín will begin, the end of which is scheduled for 2.30 pm, as is customary in each edition. It is expected the presence in the pavilion, among judokas, companions and fans, of about 6,000 people throughout the weekend. With rain forecast but pleasant temperatures, the Quirinal, in the heat of judo, will become the European epicenter with a show that will once again surprise all who come to the installation.


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