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Table tennis also passed technical review

Venezuelan Félix Ducharne, international table tennis technical delegate, made a tour of the Palacio de los Deportes and the federation of this sport on Monday for the respective review of facilities, an activity that is part of the planning of the Central American Games and the Caribbean San Salvador 2023.

The international delegate took note and reviewed the lighting, competition areas, VIP zone, rest area and mixed zone among other aspects. 

“I am happy with what I am seeing, this is a facility that can be easily adapted for the Central American and Caribbean Games. We have seen the lighting and the distribution of the training spaces, rest areas and El Salvador should feel happy because they are going to recover a good stage and these games should be seen as an opportunity to improve the sports facilities”, commented Ducharne.

Ducharne will conclude his visit to the country with a meeting with the Organizing Committee for the Central American and Caribbean Games (COSSAN) to review the technical manuals, competition calendar, programs and other logistics details.

“I want to congratulate President Bukele who assumed this responsibility after the games fell in Panama and El Salvador went ahead to comply with the organization,” said the also vice president of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).

They were accompanied by Samuel Alfonso Murillo, president of the Fesalteme; Stewart Velasco, COSSAN sports coordinator; Nancy Jaco and Jesús Coto, INDES sports technicians.

“We are reviewing all the part of the sports facilities, we are going to see the technical part with him this Tuesday and there are already 30 international technical delegates out of a total of 43. There is a lot of progress and we are already working on the works,” said Velasco.

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