Nuevo León wins CONADE Nationals indoor volleyball title

With the departure of the indoor volleyball delegations, in both genders, this Monday Baja California closed activity in the CONADE 2022 Nationals, a state that served as the main venue for 21 sports, which saw action for 36 days; Nuevo León conquered the title by obtaining five medals out of a possible six in this discipline, which took place at the High Performance Center and the Gymnasium of the Reforma Sports Unit, in Tijuana.

The delegation from Nuevo León achieved two golds, one silver and two bronzes, a result that earned it the national championship, leaving the host, Baja California, in second place, with two gold medals, one silver and one bronze; the third site was divided between Tamaulipas and Sonora, with a golden metal for each state.

Tamaulipas, Nuevo León and Colima, integrated the honor roll in the female older children’s category; in the men’s, the medalists were Sonora, Baja California and Sinaloa.

In the junior women’s category, the delegations that took the podium were Nuevo León, Veracruz and Nayarit; Meanwhile, in the men’s category, Nuevo León won its second gold metal, the silver went to Chihuahua and the bronze to Baja California.

The Baja California teams of the senior, women’s and men’s youth category, were awarded the gold medals of the contest. The female, was escorted by Nayarit and Nuevo León; in the men’s, Sinaloa and Nuevo León, made up the podium.

Indoor volleyball was in charge of lowering the curtain in this second edition of the highest national fair of amateur sports in the country, a competition that took place from June 29 to July 3, in the two venues designated to define the new medalists of the three categories convened by the Mexican Federation and CONADE.

Tijuana hosted the sports of: rowing, sports shooting, racquetball, swimming, track, road and mountain biking, badminton, rhythmic gymnastics, artistic swimming, women’s and men’s artistic gymnastics, golf, canoeing and indoor volleyball.

Mexicali, the capital of the border state, hosted field hockey, bowling, roller skating, associated wrestling, modern pentathlon, horsemanship, fencing, and BMX cycling; Enseda, was the venue for the fronton and roller skates, in its speed and artistic modality; as well as the beaches of Rosarito, which had tennis. The competitions began on May 31 and concluded on July 4.



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