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The Argentine delegation that will travel to Uruguay: Baracetti, Hiruela, Verasio, Leon, Yacob and Soriano

Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 4, 2013 - Next weekend will take place a new stop for South American continent in its qualification for the Youth's Olympic Games 2014 that will take place in Nanjing, China. The second qualy of the continental round towards the competition will be carried out at Arenas del Plata Stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay from Friday, December 6th to Sunday, December 8th.

Argentina will travel represented by a men and a women teams, both that worked at the grass-root volleyball development program. While the boys include Joel Leon and Exequiel Yacob, the girls will have with the light blue - white jersey Irene Verasio and Camila Hiruela.

"Our goal to be fulfilled is to keep growing and improve our first stop performance at the girls competition. Until now, our goal aims more to developing the teams and the players more than demanding outstanding results. We are working slowly but growing day after day aware that we can not obtain great results in a few days work but we are fine. After this second stop, we have the whole summer season to keep working towards the third stop, that will take place next March" expressed Mariano Baracetti, historical Argentine beach volleyball player and World Champion that now is part of the training staff of the Argentine Beach Volleyball teams.

Baracetti and the Manager Andres Soriano will travel with four promising athletes towards their growth in Uruguay sand.

At the first stop, played in November in Paraguay, Argentina obtained the boys' Silver Medal with the participation of Santiago Aulisi and Leandro Aveiro while the Argentine girls team of Milena Churin-Michella Di Cesare finished on the seventh ranked place.