Olmedo releases record of the Special Olympics-Full Inclusion League – CyL Adapted Sport

Olmedo releases record of the Special Olympics-Full Inclusion League – CyL Adapted Sport

  • The regional competition reaches 450 participants just in the middle of the championship

  • The Valladolid town will host nearly thirty basketball and futsal matches this Saturday for eight hours without interruption

A player from Asprona Bierzo. FEDEACYL

The Special Olympics Full Inclusion League will celebrate this Saturday, February 4, its historical participation record. The competition -one of the longest running in Castilla y León, with more than thirty editions- has just reached 450 participants.

The League, which has futsal and basketball modalities, has been able to adapt to the new sports needs of the players, such as the premiere of the 3×3 basketball competition last season, the mixed leagues; or the adaptation of categories and levels to seek equality between all the teams in the community.

The third day of the championship organized by the Federation of Adapted Sports of Castilla y León (Fedeacyl) will take place this Saturday, February 4, in Olmedo.

The town in Valladolid, one of the usual venues for the League for five years, will host almost thirty matches between futsal and basketball matches. The competition will continue for eight hours without interruption, from its start at 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. with the end of the last futsal game.

The teams from Valladolid (Asprona Valladolid, San Juan de Dios and CD Duero), who were already hosts on the first day played in Valladolid, will be the stars, as well as Asprona Bierzo, who has returned to the League this season; as well as the rookies ÁvilaSala or Independiente Cantabria.

All of them, together with the rest of the entities in the competition, with representation from all the provinces of the community except Soria, will contribute to what is the league that supplies the regional teams of these two sports, and which accredit such good results during the last decade.

Ecuadorian League

After the first two days, in 3×3 basketball, CD Duero Zamora is the leader, with four victories and a single defeat, precisely in the derby against Seña Bermeja in the last match played and which certifies the existing equality in the Liga, with CD San ​​Cebrián from Palencia as another of the highlights and contenders for the title.

For its part, in the futsal competition, Level IB is currently dominated by Adas Salamanca, with two wins; while in the Level IIA division, it is San Juan de Dios that has prevailed in the first matches played.

The Special Olympics-Full Inclusion League takes place in six days that rotate throughout the community, and the Olmedo competition will be followed on March 11 by the Palencia day.