The Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, Rosa Ana Rodríguez, said in this call, “We will give priority to sports events focused on the disabled, children, women, the elderly, or planned for the purpose of solidarity.” .
Rodríguez Talavera highlighted that the region and Castilla-La Mancha are lucky again at this stage of the Vuelta Cclista, “something that has a great economic and social impact and serves as a great promotion to show our culture and tradition.” Natural heritage”.
The Official Gazette of Castilla-La Mancha (DOCM) will publish next week the call for 2022 sports events, with a total of 220,000 euros. This was announced today by the Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, Rosa Ana Rodríguez, in Talavera de la Reina, during the development of the 19th stage of the Vuelta Cicista a España, where she accompanied the president of the region, Emiliano García-Page. It started and ended in Ceramics City and passed through various cities of the region.
Rodríguez elaborated that, in this call, events from November 16, 2021 to October 30, 2022 will be subsidized, with the aim of promoting or developing sports events that have a significant economic impact on the areas where they are held. Helping improve the image of Castilla-La Mancha. Grants are given to those who bring an increase in the level of our athletes, are inclusive or educational and are considered to be of special importance because they are special events in the region or because of the number of editions that come with them. .
The head of education, culture and sports said in this call, “We pay special attention to sports activities focused on the disabled, children, women, the elderly or charitable purposes.”
The consultant confirmed that the economic value of this aid has increased in recent years and thanks to this, more than 140 sports events throughout the regional geography can be subsidized in this call.
Starting in 2016 and this year, Rodríguez confirmed that around 650 sports events in Castilla-La Mancha will be subsidized from the Community Board.
Likewise, Rodríguez noted the national and international nature of the autonomous community and its growing capacity to host sports of various categories. Among the last ones held are the Spanish Athletics, Marathon, Motocross, Handball, Karate, Paddle Tennis or Badminton Championships and the Vuelta a España itself, which returns to the region for another year.
On the other hand, the Minister pointed out that Talavera and the region and Castilla-La Mancha are lucky again at this stage of the Vuelta Cclista, “It is something that has a great economic and social impact and serves as a great promotion to show our cultural and natural heritage.
This stage, 138 kilometers, in addition to Talavera de la Reina, the “multi-colored snake” travels through the municipalities of San Roman de los Montes, Cervera de los Montes, Hinojosa de San Vicente, El Real de San Vicente, Navamorcuende and. Marrup in it, the port of the second category ‘El Pielago’ emerges twice.
Rodríguez pointed out that the region is home to great cyclists such as Federico Martin Bahamont or the Herrada brothers. In fact, he recalled that Jesus Herrada was the seventh stage winner of this year’s Vuelta. And it also has young prospects with great predictions like Fernando Tercero.
Finally, it highlights the growing hobby in cycling in Castilla-La Mancha. Currently, there are more than 2,300 federation licenses for this sport, with more than 200 growing. Similarly, there are about 1,000 participants in the school sports championship cycling race for children and youth.
This level includes, among other officials, the Minister of Economy, Trade and Employment, Patricia Franco; Toledo District Council President Alvaro Gutiérrez; Local Administrations Deputy Minister José Miguel Camacho; Director General of Youth and Sports Carlos Yuste; Director General of Tourism, Ana Isabel Fernandez; and Tita Garcia, mayor of Talavera de la Reina.