The championship marks the return to face-to-face activity after three years following the pandemic and will bring together approximately 650 students from 24 careers at the Universidad Austral de Chile competing in the sports disciplines of synthetic courts, men’s basketball and women’s futsal. will compete. Women’s volleyball in the sports venues of the Isla Teja complex. This competition will start from Monday 22nd May.
The Director of the Sports and Recreation Center (CEDERE) of UACH, Prof. Sergio Cabrera commented: “This year, this competition may be a little smaller in terms of the number of teams compared to the traditional one, but the truth is that we are happy and excited to be able to return to face-to-face activity And this year has its own place and internal competitive development, we want the student body to be a part of it and we can really rebuild it together”.
The 2023 recreational league will be an excellent opportunity for university students to enjoy sports, lead a healthy life and share happy moments as a team.
The coordinator of recreational sport, Gabriela López, indicated that “resuming this inter-race recreational competition is a challenge that we set ourselves as CEDERE, both the social outbreak and the pandemic have stopped various activities which are slowly coming to life today, through the participation of over 600 registered men and women who will vie for their place this first semester in 2023. The spirit of the recreational league is healthy competition, respect, good coexistence and more The key to an active and healthy life.
“We call on races that could not be integrated this semester to do so in another, to stick together around sports and recreation,” he said.
It should be remembered that this championship is organized by the Sports and Recreation Center in collaboration with the University Health Center of Studies (CESU), Student Federation (FEUACH Valdivia), EWU, Gingerbear and Estrellita Bookstore.