Like every last Wednesday of the month, the IXth Ordinary Monthly Meeting of the Mexican Federation of Cheerreia (FMCH) took place on the 25th, held on the occasion in the Rancho Santa María facilities, in Tlajomulco de Ziga, Jalisco. Millionaire Championship.
As is normal in this administration, and because of the pandemic, the meeting was held in person with a small number of board members and another large group via Zoom, which was broadcasting live on Facebook, Which were certainly well organized. To bring together communication and charrería in the United States, so these monthly meetings last no more than 60 minutes.
It is good that the national president, Jose Antonio Salcedo López, has this new technology, which allows him to save time, he has a large audience and most of his board of directors are involved from all four regions. Although frankly, this tool is a double-edged sword, as on the one hand it provides many comforts, but on the other, things can be taken lightly without positive results.
As far as the Games are concerned, very important notices were given, as the deadline for holding the state championships is September 27; It was also confirmed that the national championship of Charros Mayores would take place from 20 to 24 October; On the other hand, it was announced that Colima would hold only one state championship, due to the health contingency being experienced, apart from the storms that would complicate the dates of their sporting events.
An important participant during the national meeting, via the zoom route, was Adolfo Mora, the national coordinator of Charo, USA, who confirmed that his national championship would be held on the Charo Canvas Espuelas de Plata from 2 to 6 September. , Texas, a five-day event with intense sporting and social activity as it contemplates the coronation of its national queen Paola Pimienta, a tag ceremony, which will take place on September 3.
On several occasions I have remarked in this place that there are many limitations to the practice of chaurea in the American federation, but they have been exceeded, in the number of teams in each of its categories and modalities, and especially for children, with As well as their level and sporting performance, as it is well known that each of their presentations has a different outfit that we are used to, making each event a real Mexican, sporting and social party.
By Ramon Gonzalez Barbeta
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