🇨🇦 🇨🇴 🇪🇸 Canada, Colombia and Spain apply to host the 2023 Underwater Rugby World Championship
(Sportalsub.net / CMAS Underwater Rugby Comission)
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Canada, Colombia and Spain could host the 12th CMAS Underwater Rugby World Championship, scheduled to take place in 2023.
This was published on Thursday, April 22 by the World Commission of this sport on its official page on Facebook, where they reported that the final date for the application of host countries for this event was April 1, 2021 and in which received the request from these 3 federations. The Underwater Rugby commission is working on the final selection procedure and will send the CMAS Board of Directors the decision for final approval by the venue in the coming weeks.
If Colombia is selected, this would be the 3rd time that the South American country would organize the World Championship, while Spain and Canada would do it for the first time. History of the Underwater Rugby World Championships
In the same statement from the commission, the postponed of the 2021 European Championship in Norway is confirmed, as well as the European Open Junior Championship in Turkey, which will be rescheduled for 2022 due to the world situation and in Europe with the covid-19.