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The Argentine Seniors' Women team started to train April 11th

Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 27, 2016 - In one of the most important historical years for Las Panteras, the Argentine Seniors' Women Team with their first ever participation for a light blue - white women's team at the Indoor Volleyball competition at the Olympic Games Rio 2016, the team has been working at Cenard facilities for the last three weeks starting their concentration April 11th.

Under the coaching of Guillermo Orduna, Las Panteras have been training with the staff watching and supervising many players that participated at the Argentine Women's A1 League 2016 including Viviana Dominko, Anahi Tosi, Victorial Michel Tosi, Candela Nota, Ayelen Enrique, Martina Guastavino, Priscila Bosio, Eliana Perez, Tatiana Rizzo, Camila Hiruela, Irene Verasio, Barbara Frangella and Camila Casco.

After the second week of work that finished April 22nd were included Azul Benitez, Sabrina Segui, Antonela Curatola, Carla Castiglione, Rosa Reinoso, Morena Martinez, Brenda Churin, Sol Píccolo, Elina Rodriguez, Antonela Fortuna, Daniela Nielson, Agostina Soria and Mariana Moriondo.

This Monday started a new period that kept on the concentration Segui, Dominko, Curatola, Piccolo, C. Castiglione, Rizzo and Martinez joining the team Clarisa Sagardía, Emilce Sosa, Candelaria Herrera, Florencia Busquets, Daniela Bulaich, Eugenia Nosach, Marcia Scacchi, Micaela Fabiani and Ariana Macies, most of the players belonging to Villa Dora and Boca that just a few days ago participated of the final match of the Argentine League.

“During April the idea is to evaluate U 23, Junior and Senior players and some of the extended roster for the Olympic Games” explained Orduna adding: “The goal is to evaluate all players, make a balance of their performance and physical biotype and levels making a diagnosis incorporating and improving their playing outputs consolidating also their playing systems”.