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Registration for summer sports activities will be open from June 1 to 4 – Huesca

The Municipal Sports Board opens registration for summer sports activities from June 1 to 4. This year, swimming courses, tai chi, badminton, tennis, pilates and GAP, paddle tennis, gymnastics for the elderly and aquagym will be organized as normal.

Pre-registration for the courses will be done through the website: www.huesca.es. The draw for places, if necessary, will be held on June 8. The payment of receipts will take place on June 13, 14 and 15.

José María Romance, sports councilor
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In July, badminton courses for adults (beginners and advanced) are offered at the Juan XXIII, pilates and GAP classes for over 14s at the Sports Palace, tai chi classes at the “José María Escriche” Municipal Sports City ” and aquagym at the Sports City or at the Ruiseñor Sports Complex depending on the days of the course. The number of places for these activities varies between 15 and 25.

Also in the month of July, a maintenance gymnastics group will be organized for the elderly and two other soft gymnastics groups for the elderly. The courses will have between 20 and 25 seats and will be taught at the El Parque sports center.

As for tennis classes, they will be taught during the months of July and September both at the “José María Escriche” Municipal Sports City and at the Ruiseñor Sports Center. There will be both beginner and advanced classes for different ages (from 6 years old to adults).

In the case of paddle tennis classes, they will also be taught during the months of July and September at the Ciudad Deportiva. The maximum number of students per track will be six and there will be introductory and advanced courses for different ages: from 11 to 14 years old, from 15 to 17 years old and adults. There will also be introductory classes for children from 6 to 10 years old.

Finally, the swimming courses will take place during the month of July at the “José María Escriche” Municipal Sports City and at the Ruiseñor Sports Complex with a maximum of 12 places per class. There will be introductory and advanced courses aimed at children from 3 to 13 years old and adults.

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