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The Mayor of Santa Fe, Jose Corral visiting FeVA President, Gutierrez

Santa Fe, Argentina, May 3, 2014 - This Friday started at Club de Campo UPCN (Colastine North), Santa Fe city the International Volleyball Coaches Symposium that will take place in the next few days with coaches from Argentina and surrounding countries opened by the lectures of the luxury coaches that head Argentina Seniors' Teams, Guillermo Orduna and Julio Velasco (women's & men's respectively).

A huge number of registered 510 coaches secure the success of such event that ratify once more that Santa Fe (also held a Congress and several other international events for coaches) as an extraordinary training heart of the country and the region. The same is being organized by the Santa Fe Volleyball Association, the Santa Fe Volleyball Federation, the FIVB-FeVA Argentine Volleyball Development Centre and the Argentine Volleyball Federation with the support of the South American Volleyball Confederation.

After the first great lectures of Orduna and Velasco it will be time to listen to Raul Lozano, Juan Manuel Serramalera, Carmelo Pittera, Diego Soler, Arnoldo Albero and Eduardo Allona, all very experienced international well-known volleyball members.

At the main table of the opening ceremony were FeVA President, Juan Antonio Gutierrez, CDRV Director, Gabriel Salvia and the Santa Fe Volleyball Federation President, Fabian Bochatay.

During the afternoon, the City Mayor, Jose Manuel Corral visited as seen in the picture FeVA President together with the Santa Fe city Sport Director, Bernardino Landi. At the meeting also were present, Rodolfo Quiroz, Organizer of the Symposium and official in Santa Fe; FeVA Under-Treasurer, Oscar De Sarro and the Argentine Seniors' Women Team coach, Guillermo Orduna.