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Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 14, 2016 - Over 5,000 children and teenagers from different schools from all over the country participate of the second edition of the Kinder + Sports School competitions with the goal of having fan, winning new friends and enjoy a new active sport life style learning the value of competing in different sports. The games started last June and will last until August in different Buenos Aires and other nearby cities.

During a month and a half, all registered youths' will compete in different sports like basketball, volleyball, handball and sincronice dancing. In each match or dance, the children will put their energy and concentration sharing nice moments with their friends and acquiring new healthy and sport values.

This year, the great final will take place at two important venues, the ISEF and CENARD facilities, allowing the children to have an unique experience participating at competitions where the great athletes of Argentina are getting ready for the Olympic Games, for example. Also, each winning team will win as part of their award, sport kits to help develop sport activities in their schools.

The first edition, last year took place only in the north area with the participation of about 2,200 children in sincronice dancing, basketball and volleyball showing the great growth of the games in just one year.

The program, RSE kinder + Sports carries out different alliances and activities with different entities with the only goal to promote physical education and sport training among the youngest. This new edition of school competitions supported and validated by the Argentine Volleyball Federation (FeVA) and the Balonmano Metropolitan Federation (FeMeBal) reinforces the initial premise to consider sport as an important and vital educational process of any person.