Writing.- Celaya will live the judo festival for two days where the best of 13 federal entities will compete with the firm intention of winning their pass to the Conade 2023 National Games.
This Saturday in the presence of 300 judokas, the inauguration of the event was held by the mayor of the city, Javier Mendoza, based at the Miguel Alemán Sports Center.
The Macroregional of this discipline will be eliminatory towards the maximum sports fair in the Under 15, Under 18 and Under 21 categories. The participating states are Aguascalientes, CDMX, Colima, State of Mexico, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacán, Morelos, Nayarit , Querétaro in addition to the IPN and INDET.
This Saturday and Sunday competitions will be held where the Mexican Federation will announce the qualifiers for the CONADE National Games and where a good representation of judokas from the state is expected, especially from Celaya.
This is how the first day of combat was lived, in the Regional Macro of #Judowhere 16 athletes #GreatnessOfMexico They are looking for a place to participate in the next CONADE 2023 Nationals. pic.twitter.com/uQ5qWk8IRB
— GTO Sports Commission (@CODEGuanajuato) April 1, 2023
Within the framework of this event, the Guanajuatense Judo Association, through its representative César Martínez, delivered some recognitions for their work in this sport, to CODE Guanajuato, SIDEC Celaya and the FMJ.
The event was chaired by the head of CODE, Marco Gaxiola; the head of SIDEC, Andrés Barrientos and the Representative of the Federation, Carlos Lazaga.