The The second and final day of the 5th Seville International Rowing Championships, In the presence of athletes from Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Germany, France and Sweden, the program completed with a dispute of 27 new sleeves for a total of 67, including the “Row. Compete. Live.” activity. In this Awareness and appreciation work, held in the run-up to World Cancer Day On October 19, about 140 women from VidaON, Sevillian Leonas del Guadalquivir from AMAMA, Vikingas Rosas from La Cala del Moral Rowing Club, Málaga Dragon Association Boat BCS from Real Club Mediterráneo, Esperanza BCS team participated From the Faro de Torre del Mar Rowing Club and the girls from El Candado with them, a project carried out in collaboration with the Association of Women Working on Breast Cancer ASAMMA and the Malagueña Foundation for Cancer Aid (FMAC).
At the closing ceremony, which was revived by the batucadas Aljarafe and La Leonera, all the participants were honored, except Winners of both SLAM and Veterans Test categories.
Handing out the awards in which they excelled, as usual The two oldest players in the competition, in this case Portugal’s Mario Cunha, 79, and Spain’s Sharo Gutierrez, over 60, in the presence of the President of the Rwandan Armed Forces, Miguel Angel Milan, and the Director General of Sports Events and Facilities of the Andalusian Military Council, Isabel Sánchez; Regional Athletic Delegate, Minerva Salas; and Environmental Transformation and Sport delegate from Seville City Council, David Guevara.
Close Fifth Seville International Masters in Rowing It was used by the Royal Army, as well as to mark institutions strongly committed to testing, the Andalusian government and the Seville City Council, to recognize the work of managers Enrique Garcia and Jesus Martinezwhose contribution was crucial to the establishment and consolidation of the test.
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