The Zamoran clubs have announced various sports camps for this summer, but the summer schedule of physical activity for the youngest could not be complete without the Zamora City Council offering its own alternative to the boys and girls of the capital. A weekly sports offer aimed at young people born between 2006 and 2016 with a varied content and an affordable price for all families interested in having this alternative for family reconciliation and extracurricular training.
The “Summer+Sport 2022 School Games+Swimming Pool” initiative arrives with weekly shifts for all boys and girls interested in enjoying tennis, rugby, paddle tennis or badminton over the coming months. Shifts that will begin on July 4 and that will last until the end of August, with eight weeks available to sign up (from July 4 to 8, from July 11 to 15, from July 18 to 22, from 25 to July 29, August 1-5, August 8-12, August 16-19, and August 22-26). Each one of them (except one) will have five days of development, being established the schedule of the days from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each of them with the different facilities of the Municipal Sports City as a stage.
All these days will have three activities, the last of which will always be an aquatic activity that will take place after a break for lunch.
Within the programmed activities, in addition to the visit to the swimming pool or canoeing that complete each day, parkour, skating, tennis, paddle tennis, athletics, dance, rugby or badminton are included. A wide range and quite different from that of other initiatives of the clubs, usually with a preponderant sport (basketball, football, handball…).
All those interested who want to participate in this “Summer+Sport 2022 School Games+Swimming Pool” must register through the website of the Zamora City Council, puntame.lineazamora.es, taking into consideration the various registration rules imposed by the Department of Zamora. Sports. Registration per participant for each shift will cost 25 euros, with a registration deadline for each shift that makes up the initiative, with a total of 50 places to fill in each week.
In order to participate, it should also be remembered that each boy or girl who takes part in this leisure-sports initiative must have the minimum material necessary to carry out the activities. A list of items made up of: sportswear, cap, swimsuit, rain cap, towel, flip-flops, tennis or paddle tennis racket, skates and badminton racket. Likewise, each participant must go to each day with their own lunch and bottle of water to hydrate and regain strength.