CMAS Announces that Colombia Could Host Underwater Rugby World Cup for Clubs

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Levent Cavas, Director of the Underwater Rugby Commission of the World Underwater Federation (CMAS), announced on the Facebook page of the commission, that a World Cup of Underwater Rugby for Clubs in Colombia is being prepared and that the information will be published soon by the Colombian Underwater Federation (FEDECAS). The event could be held in the month of August, although the year is not yet specified.

Cavas (from Turkey) thanks the support of Mr. William Peña, President of the Colombian Federation and CMAS Zona América in these efforts, which will help to grow underwater rugby not only in Colombia but throughout the Americas.

Colombia has been one of the countries with the longest tradition and growth in Underwater Rugby in the last 25 years and has hosted the World Championship for Nations twice, in the city of Cali, in 1995 and in 2015. The World Championship of Underwater Rugby Cali 2015 had the participation of 13 countries, where the hosts achieved their best historical result, obtaining the bronze medal in both the women’s category and the men’s category. The event was attended by 4 countries in the Americas: Colombia, Canada, the United States and Venezuela.

Official publication of the information

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