The BWF World Championships, Huelva 2021 is presented to the sports council with Carolina Marín as ambassador

BWF World Championships, Huelva 2021 is presented to the National Sports Council (CSD) with Carolina Marín as ambassador.

The BWF World Championships, Huelva 2021 is presented to the National Sports Council (CSD) with Carolina Marín as ambassador.

The logo and mascot of the Badminton World Cup in Huelva 2021 have been presented at the CSD with the assistance of its president Irene Lozano, the mayor of Huelva Gabriel Cruz, the general director of sports of the Junta de Andalucía, Isabel Sánchez and the president of the Spanish Federation of Badminton Andoni Azurmendi.

The BWF World Championships, Huelva 2021, includes the absolute and senior championships, which will be played in December 2021, in a year in which Andalusia has been distinguished as a European Sports Region.

The CAR players, led by Carolina Marín, received the authorities in a presentation in which there was time for a match with the Olympic champion and triple gold Women World Championships.

Lozano assured that “for the CSD to host this presentation is an immense honor because we are the home of sport. This championship is an example of institutional collaboration. We must add and attract great events to Spain because we have a great international reputation and we work for Spanish sport”.

The badminton BWF World Championships, Huelva 2021, “is one of the five most followed world championships of all sports, and it offers us the opportunity to take a leap in quality and to further extend badminton in Spain,” said Azurmendi. The president of the FESBA stressed that “we have a great responsibility because we are going to reach 700 million homes around the world, but we are not caught out with new ones since it is the third World Cup to be organized in Spain and we have highly trained people”.

Carolina Marín, who makes Huelva and Andalusia known “throughout the world” with her victories, acknowledged that the year 2021 is exciting and with many challenges ahead: “After the gold in Rio it seemed that everything had been achieved and I spoke with my team to seek the goal of being the best badminton player in history. “That means being very ambitious. She expects a very tough year, but I want to win gold at the Tokyo Games and triumph in the BWF World Championships, at home, in Huelva, “she pointed out. “It is an added pressure but with the support of all the people we are going to work so that that gold does not escape from our hands,” she assured.

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