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Buenos Aires 2022: a complete party for handball

by Claudio Bluck

Between March 22 and 26, the city of Buenos Aires will receive the Sur-Centro Junior Feminine and the Sur-Centro Juvenil Feminine y Masculino de Beach Handball, tournaments that are qualifying to their respective world championships.

However, that is not all for the growth of sport in the region. Simultaneously with the development of the championships, the Course GRTP-II will be given, an instance that seeks to give the highest IHF arbitral category to the 5 arbitral pairs from different countries of the region: the sisters Bruna and Renata Correa of Brazil, Santiago Correa and Agustín Conberse from Argentina, Nicolás Perdomo and Germán Araujo from Uruguay, Félix Gabriel Pineda and Félix Estrada from Colombia along with Brazilians Fernando Gerardello and Zaine Marques .

The graduation course will be led by Per Morten Sodal, Chairman of the IHF PRC (Playing and Rules Commision), along with Thedy Adjemnian, head of arbitrators of COSCABAL, as representative of the Confederation.

During the inauguration of the course, the general manager of COSCABAL, Claudio Bluck, thanked the Argentine Handball Confederation (CAH) for the “effort to offer the highest standards and logistical conditions that allow the successful development of courses and championships”, and the International Handball Federation (IHF) by “the permanent support and support to the arbitral development of our continent”.

That on the indoor side, since the beach handball is developing, online, the COSCABAL Graduation Course. This course, which is both for referees and thin, is led by Luiz Filipe Caldas, head of arbitration of this modality and member of the PRC of COSCABAL and will begin its face-to-face part next Tuesday 22.

So, for the referees of both competitions, this week will be intense technical and physical work, on and off the courts, to achieve one of the most important achievements: the honor of using the IHF shield.

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