Sunday, August 14, 2022

Luis Nava Opens World Hockey Tournament

More than 500 participants from seven countries participated in the competition

Querétaro Municipal President Luis Nava welcomed members of teams from Mexico, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chinese Taipei, Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey and South Africa that will take part in the Ice Hockey World Cup, Sub 20, Group III. Best in the country for the National Hockey League’s official measurement, based at the Lakeside Icepark track in Juriquilla.

“At Queretaro we dream and think big and you know what’s most important is that we always achieve it, so it’s an honor to be here at this Ice Hockey World Cup, that you can enjoy your stay in Queretaro. , we are at your disposal for anything. Order, we are here to serve you”, declared Luis Nava.

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With the completion of this world hockey tournament, the capital is expected to host at least 500 people; Between players, relatives and national and foreign officials who will be in Queretaro for twelve days.

It is important to point out that the four players on the Mexican team are originally from Queretaro: Emmanuel Santiago, Eduardo Valencia, Luis Allel Valencia and Daniel Alexander Valencia.

The event was also inaugurated by Edward Sánchez del Río, director of the State Institute of Sports and Recreation, who attended on behalf of Governor Mauricio Kuri González; Joaquín de la Garma San Roman, president of the Mexican Ice Hockey Federation; Armando Cheng, general director of the Chinese Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Mexico, and Denis Thokozani, South Africa’s ambassador to Mexico.

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Luis Nava Opens World Hockey Tournament

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