Of 51 disciplines embraced by the most important Mexican event in children’s and youth sports, State 29 will seek to reach 48 sports, something never before raised.
Mexicali, Baja California.- In the following CONADE 2023 Nationals, with headquarters in Tabasco, 51 sports disciplines will be competed and Baja California will make history by competing in 48 sports in regional, macro-regional or national selective qualifiers.
The Institute of Sport and Physical Culture of Baja California (INDE BC), under the command of Lourdes Cañez Martínez, works hard to face the great challenge of reaching the national stage in the 48 sports that will have Nayarit, Morelos, Aguascalientes and Jalisco.
The INDE Director of Sports Talent Development, Francisco Benedith, pointed out that Baja California will only remain absent in sports such as artistic swimming, squash and rugby, but in the rest of the disciplines, it will look for tickets to the CONADE 2023 Nationals.
For the present edition of the maximum festival of children’s and youth sports, he indicated, the sports of baseball 5 and rodeo have been included, disciplines in which Baja California will seek to make history in the first edition.
Francisco Benedith highlighted that in the rodeo, Baja California will have cachanilla talents, mainly from Valle de Mexicali, as well as a group of riders from Ensenada, who practice this sport.
In this way, it is the first time that the State 29 will present athletes in 48 different sports in this elimination process, seeking to achieve the highest number of classifications possible.
*SPORTS WHERE BAJA CALIFORNIA HAS A PRESENCE*
* Open waters
* Basketball 3×3
* Baseball 5
* Artistic gymnastics
* Trampoline gymnastics
* Rhythmic gymnastics
* Field Hockey
* Hockey in line
* Associated Fights
* Roller skates
* Modern Pentathlon
* Water polo
* Table tennis
* Sport’s shot
* Beach volleyball