Argentina and Brazil claim honours at Youth South American Games
Lima, Peru, September 26, 2013 - The Argentine boys' beach volleyball team of Santiago Aulisi (Mar el Plata) and Leandro Aveiro (Mendoza) won the gold medal at the first ever edition of the Youth's South American Games in the city of Lima on Thursday, in what is a great award for the development project of Argentine beach volleyball carried out by the Argentine Volleyball Federation (FeVA). In the final match Argentina defeated the Venezuelan pair of Gomez-Hernandez 2-0 (21-19, 24-22) in a terrific match.
Argentina won the boys' Youth South American Games title while Brazil claimed the girls title|
The Argentine delegation coached by one of the Argentine beach volleyball national coaching team Diego Ramirez carried out a giant step at the Youth South American Games that included the delegation of the Argentine Olympic Committee, with the support of ENARD and the National Sport Secretariat that bet for the grass-root sport athletes.
“We feel very proud of obtaining this gold medal. A great victory for these young boys, that are very talented and that show that sport, with the support of the corresponding entities that head towards its development, is an outstanding path for our young athletes," FeVA President Juan Antonio Gutierrez said.
In the girls beach volleyball competition Brazil’s Calvancantti-Hoffman beat Paraguay’s Mongelos-Valiente 2-1 (21-17, 21-23, 15-10) in the final.
The Ecuador pair Batioja-Molina won the girls' bronze after defeating Uruguay’s Fortunato-Roth 2-1 (21-13, 17-21, 15-10) while Maia-Souto from Brazil won the boys' bronze medal after beating Uruguay’s Hannibal-Vietto 2-0 (22-20, 21-16).
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