More than 400 swimmers in the XXXIII Juan Fuster Zaragoza Swimming Memorial. Last July was held successfully, a new edition of one of the most consolidated events in the summer sports scene in the province of Alicante. The Lope de Vega International School swimming pool hosted the XXIII edition of the Juan Fuster Zaragoza Swimming MemorialThe event, which was attended by a total of 400 swimmers in different categories from pre-juniors to juniors..
The event was attended by 15 federated clubs from the province of Alicante.
The President of the Lope de Vega Sports Club and owner of the public school,Vicente FusterHe emphasised that “this Juan Fuster Zaragoza Memorial is fully consolidated and the clubs repeat year after year”.
A participation that has increased even more this 2023, since last Februarythe Valencian Swimming Federation approved the Lope de Vega International School pool. “for the celebration of Autonomous Swimming Competitions of prebenjamín, benjamín, alevín, infantil, senior and masters categories of provincial level and scope, in accordance with the Regulations of Facilities, of the General Regulations of the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation”.
From now on, said Fuster, “our pool can host qualifying events for the Spanish Championship”.
The Valencian Swimming Federation has approved the pool of the Lope de Vega International School for the celebration of Autonomous Swimming Competitions of pre-benjamin, benjamin, alevin, infantile, senior and masters of provincial level and scope.
The only regional one in the official calendar
The Memorial Juan Fuster Zaragoza is the only event held in the Marina Baixa region within the official competition calendar of the Valencian Swimming Federation (FNCV). In addition, Vicente Fuster wanted to reiterate the unconditional commitment of the Lope de Vega International School to sport in general and swimming in particular. He also pointed out that “we are always updating our facilities, improving day by day, which is paying off with the homologation of our swimming pool in 2023”;
The facilities of the public school were full to overflowing on the Saturday of the competition, not only for the 400 participating swimmers, but also for their families, staff of the clubs, etc., so that this XXIII edition has been lived with a great sporting atmosphere.
On behalf of the Benidorm Town Council, he took part in the medal ceremony.Councillor for Street Cleaning Luis Martínez, who emphasised that “it is a pleasure to have been able to participate in such an outstanding sporting event” and wanted to “to thank the Lope de Vega International School for its commitment to sport, especially for holding high quality championships. like this one. He added: “We have enjoyed a great sporting and youthful atmosphere, with children coming from all over the province of Alicante. We congratulate the organisation because it has been a great success and we continue to support them to continue promoting the sport that gives so much joy to the city of Benidorm”.