- The 2023 edition of the CONADE National Games will have Tabasco and Jalisco as its main venues.
CANCÚN, Q. ROO.- The 2023 edition of the CONADE National Games will have Tabasco and Jalisco as its main venues, in addition to sub-venues in Nayarit, Aguascalientes and Morelos.
There will be a total of 51 disciplines in the program, which does not yet have official dates, but it will take place between May and July, with the participation of more than 15,000 athletes between 9 and 23 years of age.
In Jalisco it will host Canoeing, Diving, Sport Climbing, Fencing, Fronton, Artistic Gymnastics, Field Hockey, Roller Skating, Racquetball, Rowing, Rodeo, Squash and Sport Shooting.
Nayarit will open its doors for athletes of Open Water, Boxing, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Weightlifting, Surfing, Triathlon, Sailing, Indoor Volleyball and Beach Volleyball. In Aguascalientes the actions of Bowling, Charrería, Cycling, Trampoline Gymnastics, Swimming, Artistic Swimming, Water Polo and Archery will take place; while in Morelos there will be the competitions of Badminton, Handball, Golf, Modern Pentathlon, Rugby and Table Tennis.
It should be remembered that Quintana Roo was the main venue for the formerly called 2019 National and National Youth Olympics, while in 2021, it hosted the CONADE Paranational Games.
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