There are 37 girls who have already confirmed their presence at the Shooting Campus commanded by Daniel Beltramo this weekend in San Isidro. There are three seats available. “This campus is a starting point to improve technique”he said “pirincho” to DSP.
Women’s basketball continues to take giant steps in its sustained growth; In San Isidro of our city, the Shooting Campus will be held this weekend, which will be dictated by coach Daniel Beltramo, who is currently the head coach of the Halcones Rojos first team that plays in the Argentine League and is assigned to girls from categories U13, U15 and U19.
From the moment the inscriptions were opened, inquiries and confirmations from girls from different parts of the country were reaching the organizers. There are 37 so far and three seats available for the maximum amount established (can be noted at the following phone numbers: 3564-667592 Luciana and 3564-696758 Sonia).
“The truth is that it is very remarkable that 37 are the girls who have already been confirmed for the campus that we will carry out this weekend. There will be two days in which we will base ourselves on the standard shot at the basket and the different ways of scoring; in these two points we will deepen the concepts with work in the field”commented Daniel Beltramo to DIARIESSPORTS.
“The girls will also have different activities with videos and talks with the current professional players from San Isidro. The shooting campus is a starting point to continue training and perfecting the shooting technique, it is not a point of arrival where everything ends here. Whenever I dictate these campuses, I am then at the entire disposal of the students, of the coaches, so that they can communicate with me through social networks and continue observing the evolution”said.
It will be this Saturday and Sunday at the main stadium and auxiliary field of the San Isidro Club.
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Beltramo ready for the Women’s Basketball Shooting Campus – DiarioSports – San Francisco