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International delegate reviewed beach volleyball courts

Glenn Arthur Quinlan, international technical delegate for beach volleyball and originally from Saint Kitts and Nevis, made this Monday the respective review of the sand courts at the Adolfo Pineda National Gymnasium, an activity that is part of the advances in the organization of the Games. Central American and Caribbean Sports San Salvador 2023.

Quinlan took his time to inspect the beach volleyball courts and was pleased to learn of the new stage that will be used for the different sports on sand that will be built within the framework of the celebration of the Games that El Salvador will organize for the third time in its history.

“I’m happy to be here, it’s my first visit to El Salvador and I’m supporting beach volleyball, I think everything will be ready for the 2023 Games and the competition will be phenomenal,” said Quinlan, who is also vice president of Norceca and president of the Eastern Caribbean Volleyball Association (ECVA), among other positions.

For Roberto García, general manager of the Salvadoran Volleyball Federation (Fesavol), Quinlan’s visit is positive. “We are very happy, this is already serious, commitments are going to be made and hopefully everything goes well. There are specific details to define. Today what is going to be in the new stadium is going to be a tremendous spectacle”, he said.  

Beach volleyball joins cycling, rowing, badminton, diving, open water, weightlifting, bowling, athletics (track and field), bodybuilding, gymnastics, archery, triathlon, swimming, artistic swimming, chess, fencing, tennis , softball, water polo and sailing, among other sports, which have already had their respective technical review.

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