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Congreso de la CCCK 2014 PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Jueves, 27 de Noviembre de 2014 00:21
Participante en el congreso de la CCCK donde se realizaron las elecciones  con representante de cada país de Centroamérica, en el marco de los Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe en México. (período 2014/2018), en el mismo fue electo el nuevo comité ejecutivo de dicho organismo, presidido por el señor Aturo castillo .

 

Junta Directiva de la CCCK

Presidente: Arturo Castillo Venezuela
1er Vice Presidente: Roberto Hernández México
2do Vicepresidente: Emerson Velásquez Nicaragua
3 er Vice Presidente Maria del Pilar Colombia 
Sec General: Oswalds Mata El Salvador
Asistente Sec General: Pastor Hernández Belice 
Tesorero: Angel Cruz Puerto Rico
Asistente de Tesorero: Philli Kallo Trinidad y Tobago
Contralor: Mario Tomas Costa Rica

Última actualización el Jueves, 27 de Noviembre de 2014 10:31
 
Conformación de la Confederación Bolivariana PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Lunes, 02 de Diciembre de 2013 17:38

Reunión histórica hacia la conformación de la Confederación Bolivariana de Karate Do con el Presidente de la Organización Deportiva Bolivariana Eco. Danilo Carrera y los Representantes de los Países de Colombia Enrique Álvarez, Chile Jaime Agliati, Bolivia Kjarol Herrera Balderas, Venezuela Arturo Castillo, Eco Danilo Carrera ODEBO, Ecuador Julio Escudero, Perú Eduardo Canales, Panamá Luis Alberto Pereira .


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Foto oficial del Seminario de Delegados Técnicos. PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Martes, 14 de Mayo de 2013 10:37

Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe Veracruz 2014 |

Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014

 

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The Olympic News Digest and International Inside Sports Newsletter PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Martes, 07 de Mayo de 2013 23:59

The Olympic News Digest and International Inside Sports Newsletter Karl-Heinz Huba, Editor & Publisher Telephone: +49 - (0)6251- 96 230

Faksimile: +49 (0) 6251–96 2323

E-Mail: ISMG@aol.com

Volume 45 Issue 20130502 © Copyright 2013

INSIDE THE RINGS

JACQUES ROGGE:

I sense that in the future the IOC President will necessarily move towards being executive chairman

EXCLUSIVE: Retiring IOC President discusses with David Miller the logic behind appointing a salaried successor

Elaborating expansively on his controversial suggestion that the IOC President should be full time and professional Jacques Rogge considers it his duty to create the possibility before his retirement. With the onerous demands of a post that largely operates seven days a week, answerable to more than a hundred IOC Members and over 250 affiliated associations around the globe, he believes it will be a strengthening of the job for all its responsibilities.

At the same time, Rogge emphatically counters the suspicion that such a radical move would further reduce the influence of either the Executive Board, nor any the more that of run-of-the-mill members.

Not long before Rogge’s own election in 2001, I had joined him, with then President Samaranch on a tour of seven central Asian countries, in the wake of the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Behind the urbane, relaxed manner was a medical consultants mind for detail. And Rogge reckons the President’s task is going to become more consuming than it already is.

“Any change is not going to affect me,” he says financially comfortable in late middle age with all expenses covered, including his wife’s travel on many trips

but I think it important to raise the idea with the Executive Board: that my successor should receive a salary if he or she wishes that. It would not be mandatory, the successor would decide.

Whether the EB will agree, I dont know, but I sense that in the future the President will necessarily move towards being executive chairman. Other sports organisations already have salaried presidents.”

Regarding the warning, expressed by Phil Hersh in the Chicago Tribune, that the IOC should heed the adverse experience of USOC in professional promotion of in- house staff to executive roles, Rogge is undeterred. I noted the comments ►►►

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Convocatoria CCCK 2013 PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Viernes, 04 de Enero de 2013 21:18

XIV CAMPEONATO SENIOR Y III JUNIOR
CENTROAMERICANO Y DEL CARIBE DE KARATE DO
MANAGUA, NICARAGUA 2013


LA CONFEDERACION CENTRO AMERICANA Y DEL CARIBE DE KARATE-DO CCCK Y LA FEDERACION NICARAGUENSE DE KARATE-DO FENIKA-DO ATRAVES DEL COMITÉ ORGANIZADOR DEL XIV CAMPEONATO SENIOR Y III JUNIOR CENTROAMERICANO Y DEL CARIBE DE KARATE
CONVOCA
A todas las Federaciones Nacionales Afiliadas a la Confederación Centro Americana y del Caribe de karate (CCCK) a participar en él:
XIV CAMPEONATO SENIOR Y III JUNIOR CENTROAMERICANO Y DEL CARIBE DE KARATE DO MANAGUA, NICARAGUA 2013 que se llevará a cabo del 15 al 22 de Abril del  2013 en el Gimnasio de Combate del Instituto Nicaraguense de Deportes.

Ya pueden descargar la convocatoria y el programa del evento en formato pdf, a través de este website.

 
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