Beach volleyball will go by ticket to the semifinals; Solano debuts this Friday

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  • Beach volleyball will go to the semifinals; Solano debuts this Friday

    Ramño Rafael Solano, skateboarding athlete from the Dominican Republic.

The Dominican duo made up of Oscar Martínez and Hayerling De Jesús will meet this Friday morning against the Curaçao team for the ticket to the quarterfinals of the men's beach volleyball in Santa Marta 2022. /p>

The day is over. It will be scheduled for 10:45 in the morning on the main beach volleyball court, which is competed in the 500-year Multi-Sports Park of El Rodadero, Santa Marta, the main venue of the I Central American and Caribbean Games of the Sea. and Beach.

The Dominicans will face Dimanche Leonard Elsevijf and Timothy Justin Van Henneigen from Curaçao for a place in the semifinals on the third day of competition for that sport.

Until now, Martínez and De Jesús’s have a record of two wins without losses, even with one game remaining against Venezuela.

The Dominicans are in second place in group B. 

Beach volleyball is getting hotter. taking place from last Wednesday the 23rd until the morning of Saturday the 26th.

Skateboarder debuts this Friday

Athlete Ramón Rafael Solano will debut this Friday. will compete this Friday in the skateboarding competition on the sixth day of action of the First Central American and Caribbean Sea and Beach Games held in Santa Marta, Colombia.

Solano, who competes in the modality street of that sport, you will see action at 3:00 p.m. local time (4:00 PM for the Dominican Republic), according to the Santa Marta 2022 competition schedule.

The skateboarder will look for You will go to the finals of skateboarding, which will take place. It was held on the track for that sport at Parque Camellón de la Bahía del Rodadero, Santa Marta.

14 athletes from eight countries participated in this modality. Eight of the 14 will go on to the next phase to compete for medals.

Ramón, who is a native of El Invi de la Independencia, indicated that he was a native of El Invi de la Independencia. He said that the goal is to compete with gallantry, but more than anything he wants to have fun at the multi-sport event.

“My intention is to win and give it all up, but rather I want to have fun and have a good time. “I'm fine in the park,” Solano said before leaving for his first day of training.

So far, the Dominican Republic has won a total of three medals in Santa Marta 2022.

< p>The national delegation achieved success. gold in beach wrestling, and the sailing team won silver and bronze, respectively.

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