Capiztahan 2023 to feature 14 sporting events


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ROXAS CITY – Around fourteen sporting events in Capiztahan 2023 will be hosted by the provincial government of Capiz led by Gov. Fredenil H. Castro from April 13 to May 1.

The 3-day Jujitsu Clinic starts on April 13 until 15 at the Robinsons Place in Pueblo de Panay here and the Windsurfing Camp kick-off today until April 15 at Tabai Coffee and Common Kitchen in Brgy. Baybay, Roxas City.

On April 14 and 16, the Capiztahan swimfest test the mettle of the tankers at the swimming pool inside the Villareal Stadium.

The 4th season of the Regional Taekwondo Championships will test the mettle of Western Visayas jins at Robinsons Place in Pueblo de Panay, April 15.

The stick fighters will encounter the best among the best during the National Arnis Tournament at Robinsons Place in Pueblo de Panay, on April 22 and 23.

The lawn tennis tournament is scheduled on April 21, 22 and 23 at the Villareal Stadium. Also, the invitational motocross was held at JBata 101 Motocross Park in Poblacion Norte, Ivisan, Capiz.

On April 23, the great thinkers in Western Visayas and in the countryside will meet at the 3rd Season of Open Chess Tournament at the Robinsons Place in Pueblo de Panay and the 6th Bakbakan Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts Tournament in front of the Capiz Provincial Capitol.

The Provincial Athletes Martial Arts Demonstration will exhibit their expertise in front of the Capiz Provincial Capitol here, on April 26.

On April 28, the two-day National Table Tennis Tournament, a great opportunity for all spinners to display their skills and also to the Capiztahan Body Building Competition, both at the Robinsons Place in Pueblo de Panay, Roxas City. Also, the skimboard competition will be held at the Common Kitchen in Brgy. Baybay, Roxas City.

The 2nd Capiztahan Criterium Race will be held at the Hughes Street corner Rizal Street to Arnaldo Boulevard corner Mabini Street, all in Roxas City, on April 30.

(by Edward Basilonia, Capiz Online News)

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Ed Basilonia
Ed Basilonia
a veteran journalist for more than two decades. He wrote for almost all local newspapers in the province as well as for a national daily as a correspondent. Ed was also the head of the Capiz Provincial Press Bureau for two governors. He was the head of the press bureau when they won as the best information office of an LGU in Western Visayas for the first time ever. He is a public relations practitioner and a media relations expert. He is now a successful businessman but has retained his love for writing.



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