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Almost 200 people meet at the Diego Lobato in a Mentor Program Day 10, closing of the Huelva TSV Judo sports course

Around 200 people took part in the Mentor Program Day 10, in which the three-time Paralympic champion Carmen Herrera was present, and which put an end to the Huelva TSV Judov sports course. / Photo: @JudoHuelva1.

SD Almost 200 people met at the pavilion of the Diego Lobato Municipal Sports Center to take part in a successful Mentor Program Day 10as course closure sports for him Judo Club Huelva TSV.

This program, put launched by the Junta de Andalucíaintends show and make visible to the youngest different sports figures that through effort, work and tenacity, have fought and achieved important successes.

For this occasion, with a unbeatable collaboration of the City Council of Huelva, Junta de Andalucía and the sports clubHuelva and the families of the different judokas had the opportunity to meet a sports legend Andalusian as Carmen Herrera. this malagueñto, in addition to being 3 times Paralympic champion (Athens, Beijing and London), has 4 medals in world championships, 4 medals in European championships and is a Medal of Andalusia, of the Royal Order of Sports Merit and Andalusian Sports Award.

In this way, after enjoy these experiences expressed by Carmen herselfin a close act with all the members of the club and relativescarried out a short practice session and, as a final touch to the emotional day, the act closed with the delivery of commemorative degrees and diplomas to all the TSV judokas, as a farewell until next year. During the event it was also possible to enjoy the presence of prominent officials such as Estela Villalba, Territorial Delegate for Education and Sports, or Francisco José Baluffo, Councilor for Tourism and Spokesperson for the Government team, in addition to the local press who did not want to miss the act.

Santi Mazario and Almudena Gomezresponsible for Huelva TSV Judo, showed “really proud of all the work developed in the course that ends”, noting that “the final touch of our school has been very emotional and important for all families and judokas”. “Every year we strive to improve and give our students the best, but without a doubt this closure has been one of the most special in recent years. We hope to continue improving to be able to give Huelva a quality service and a well-argued sport full of values”, they added.



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