Rafael Uribe, President of Fedombal, recognizes former technician Miguel Cruceta; About 100 players participate.
El Nuevo Diario, United States. The Dominican Basketball Association (Fedombal) has concluded with a resounding success the celebration of its Talent Acquisition Camp for athletes of Dominican origin born or residing in the United States.
The camp was coordinated by Engineer Rafael Uribe, President of Fedombal, and Immortal Sports Jose-Maita-Mercedes, Director of the Fedombal National Teams Project, over the weekend at 110 Culver Ave in Jersey, for young men and women born between 2004 and 2007.
Uribe highlighted the special dedication of former coach Miguel Crucita, who is based in North America and has long managed in various Super Leagues in the Dominican Republic and even the senior national team.
Cruceta has been honored by Uribe on behalf of Fedombal for his long career in Dominican basketball and for being a youth model.
The former technician thanked the honor of excellence that Uribe and Vidombal had given him, as well as urging Dominican youth to continue in sports, especially basketball, as a means of personal and professional growth.
Fedombal President Rafael Uribe highlighted the participation of about 100 players of both genders born or residing in the United States who participated in the camp and could be part of different Dominican teams, minors and even the national team.
“Our country has benefited from implementing these types of camps, since the first experience we did, it gave us results because we discovered players with many talents who later make up the national teams,” he said.
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