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Bolivarian Games – Trujillo 2013: Full schedule and preview – Action starts today!

Bolivarian Games – Trujillo 2013: Full schedule and preview – Action starts today!

Bolivarian Games Trujillo 2013
Trujillo, Peru
25-28 November 2013

History

The Bolivarian Games are a regional multi-sport event held in honor of Simón Bolívar, and organized by the Bolivarian Sports Organization (Organización Deportiva Bolivariana, ODEBO).
The first Games were held in 1938 in Bogotá, Colombia for the city’s 400th anniversary. They have since been held irregularly, but every four years since 1973, with the last edition in Sucre, Bolivia in 2009. Inspired by the events of 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin,[1] Alberto Nariño Cheyne was the key designer of the idea of a Games to foster unity among the Bolivarian countries through the means of sport.
Taekwondo competition

137 athletes (66 women and 71 men) from 11 countries (Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic and Venezuela) will compete at the Taekwondo competition of the Trujillo 2013 Bolivarian Games, starting today with 6 categories in play.
Schedule

Monday November 25

– Women’s -46 kg
– Women’s -49 kg
– Men’s -54 kg
– Men’s -58 kg
– Poomsae: Individual Men’s
– Poomsae: Individual Women’s
Tuesday November 26
– Women’s -53 kg
– Women’s -57 kg
– Men’s -63 kg
– Men’s -68 kg
– Poomsae Mixed Pairs
Wednesday November 27
– Women’s -62kg
– Women’s -67 kg
– Men’s -74 kg
– Men’s -80 kg
– Poomsae Team (Men’s)
– Poomsae Team (Women’s)
Thursday November 28
– Women’s -73 kg
– Women’s +73 kg
– Men’s -87 kg
– Men’s +87 kg
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