The judo teams from Portugal and Brazil will conclude tomorrow the second week of working together in pavilion 1 of the Estádio Universitário de Coimbra.
The internship, which brings together 87 judokas from the two nations (60 from Portugal and 27 from Brazil), has been beneficial for the participants of the two teams who intend to be a good figure at the 2020 Olympic Games (held in Tokyo between July 23 and August 8 2021).
In the morning session on Thursday, the vice-president of the Coimbra City Council (CMC), Carlos Cidade, and the vice-rector of the University of Coimbra (UC), António José Figueiredo, attended the work. “I am pleased to note that the Portuguese Judo Federation (FPJ) has been a good example in the resumption of sporting activity. It is always a pride for Coimbra to be able to receive internships of this dimension ”, he confided in statements to DIÁRIO AS BEIRAS, Carlos Cidade.
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