Dominican children’s and youth teams qualify for the Pan American Championships in the United States

By: Leon Felipe Rodriguez

Santo Domingo, d.-the Children’s and youth teams They qualified for the Pan American Table Tennis Championships, which will be held next July in the United States.

Dominican national teams in both disciplines won their tickets by winning gold medals at the Caribbean Table Tennis Championships that concluded in Guyana.

With a total of 19 medals, including 11 gold, five silver and three bronze dominican republic Won the overall tournament trophy by country.

In the U-15s, Dominican tennis players won six golds, two silvers, and two bronzes, while in the U-19s they added five golds, three silvers, and a bronze.

In the Caribbean Championship, which brought together regional delegations, the best women’s teams qualified for the Central American and Caribbean Games, which will be held this year in El Salvador.

The men’s team, which also competed in the Guyana competition, has already been seeded for the multi-sport event in El Salvador.

On a detailed note, the women’s under-15 team, consisting of Ariana Estrella, Yesmiele Guerrero and Dafne Sosa, won the last three sets to zero against representing Guyana, while the men’s defeated Trinidad and Tobago 3-0.

In the U19 boys (Eduardo Darley, Ramon Villa and Rafael Cabrera), they defeated Guyana 3-0, to win the gold medal, while the girls, consisting of Fianlquis Fernandez, Shari Muñoz and Cynthia Peña, won three. 0 to Guyana.

The president of the Dominican Table Tennis Federation (Fedoteme), Daniel Landron, stated that the participation of the Dominican delegation in the qualifiers was made possible with the support of the Ministry of Sports, the group that makes Olympic dreams (Creso) and the Dominican Olympic Committee. (code).

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“It was an amazing job by the athletes and coaches, who gave every ability to certify their dominance in table tennis in the Caribbean,” said Landron.

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