Algerian sports infrastructure and elite athletes are ready

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Algerian sports infrastructure and elite athletes are ready

Odds 2022 Mediterranean Games

Youth and Sports Minister Abderezzak Sebgag said in a statement in Algeria on Thursday that the Algerian sports infrastructure and elite athletes are ready for the Mediterranean Games, which are scheduled to be held in Oran from June 25 to July 6, 2022. Sebgag, who presided over the oral questions and was chaired by the head of the parliamentary institution, Salah Goudjil, stressed that an instruction was given, noting that various aspects were discussed to promote the sport and Algerian athletes, especially those who were able to drop medals. national elections benefit from training courses at national preparation centres.
He added that all opportunities have been implemented so that elite athletes can benefit from preparatory courses abroad.
The plan, which was put into practice to promote Algerian sport, made it possible for the preparatory programs to be carried out in the best conditions, both at home and abroad.” In addition to the internship of 61 athletes abroad, 21 sports federations were supported for the benefit.”
Regarding long-term internships, he continued, “The Ministry supported 385 athletes selected for the Mediterranean Games and more than 150 internships in different disciplines in the same period.”
According to the first manager of the industry, meetings with all relevant actors from November 2021, especially for the preparation of elite athletes, made it possible to overcome the difficulties encountered.
By creating a ministerial commission responsible for monitoring and evaluating the preparation of elite athletes for major international matches, and after meeting with the heads of sports federations, we identified the main causes of the decline in the level of athletes and addressed them. this,” the Minister agreed.
The Minister explained that the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic is the main reason hindering the development of the level of athletes.
“This pandemic has led to the suspension of all national competitions, the unification of all disciplines and the closure of most sports structures and preparatory schools, as well as the airspace, which deprives athletes of attending preparatory courses abroad,” he explained.
It’s also about random selection of trainers, “including the lack of medical supervision of athletes, without being subject to high scientific and technical standards,” he continued.
On a question about the organization of ticket sales for the decisive matches of the national football team, the Minister said, “New measures have been taken so that football stadiums can host big matches, the conditions are accepted by the public, the presence of security guards, the operation center and emergency management.”
“These measures also relate to the quality of stadiums, lighting, spaces for athletes, officials and media to meet the criteria required by the CAF.”
The minister recalled that the pace of construction of six stadiums has been accelerated to support the parking of the main stadiums that meet international standards.
RS