On Thursday April 16th via telematic conference, the seven national federations: Boxing, Fencing, Judo, Karate, Kickboxing and Muay Thai, Olympic Struggles and Taekwondo have held a first meeting to address the tricky situation that this health crisis is causing both sports clubs as to the suspension of national and international competitions.
The basis of the meetings of these federations is to lay down rules for reincorporation into sports life, include sanitary measures that ensure the well-being of their athletes and there are guidelines for behavior in sports practices, in clubs, and high performance centers.
The common objective of these federations is to ensure that the basic situation of sport, which is their clubs, does not have to close their activity after this crisis, which already has a strong economic impact for all of them.
The seven national federations and in the words of their presidents have agreed on the same objective:
"We want all combat sports practitioners to return to their training in the best possible sanitary conditions."
"This working group will fight for the national competitions to resume as soon as possible, prioritizing the health of our athletes."
They have assured that they will continue to meet to meet these objectives and support the clubs and athletes of our country.
Let us hope for the good of all the people who dedicate themselves laboriously and constantly to directing a club or practicing their sport will soon be able to continue their task and hobby.