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FeVA - Argentine Volleyball Federation

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Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 7, 2016 - The Argentine Volleyball Federation President, Juan Antonio Gutierrez is on his way to Lausanne, Switzerland with very clear and important goals. In two very intensive working days, FeVA will display about the organization of the next International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) World Congress to be held in the city of Buenos Aires next October, explaining to the premier Volleyball World authorities the activities that will take place as part of the Congress, including the designation in a new voting FIVB President for the next 8 years.

"As the deadline to present candidates is over, my trip also answers the recognition that Ary Graca will be reelected as FIVB President in our country, stimulating us a great pride as National Federation and of course, a new chance to keep growing in our country and in South America Volleyball" expressed from Switzerland Juan Antonio Gutierrez.

Also, Gutierrez will maintain meetings to start the organization of the U 18 Girls World Championship 2017, in what means a new achievement of FeVA management but also the support to the outstanding and successful organization of the last international competitions all over the country including, for example, the FIVB Beach Grand Slam World Tour, Corrientes, 2013; FIVB World League Finals, Mar del Plata, 2013; and the U 19 Boys World Championship 2015, among many others.

During these intensive working days, Juan Antonio Gutierrez will also meet NORCECA Confederation President, Cristobal Marte to study the chance of organizing in Argentina next Women's Pan-American Cup 2017.

FeVA will also present a Program to be organized and develop together with the Argentine National Sport Secretariat establishing Sport Technical Centres with the goal to incorporate over 6,000 new athletes per year to the activity.