Visualizing a Saltillo 20 years from now, local sports specialists pointed out that it is essential that optimal conditions exist in the city, especially in terms of infrastructure, for the practice of any sport or physical activity.

They also highlighted the importance of having first-rate facilities that allow the realization of world-class sporting events, which would also favor the theme of entertainment and spectacle in the capital of Coahuila.

Edgar Puentes Montes, Promoter and sports historian, he pointed out that the ideal would be to have a Saltillo where the number of parks, squares and public areas are in excellent condition, and that these guarantee that the entire population has access to physical culture.

To achieve this, Puentes pointed out that civil associations, private initiative and municipal sports authorities would have to do a collaborative work in favor of the promotion andl promotion of sports talents.

“The above will make our capital an attractive city for events, shows and professional teams of any sport”, Bridges highlighted.

The sports historian and promoter also said that a lack of long-term vision is what hinders sustained and on-track growth, across the board.

In addition, the experts highlighted that among the obstacles that complicate reaching those long-awaited high levels of sport and events, one of the most serious is the infrastructure.

That Saltillo does not have high-performance facilities, a villa, or a sports center that can host world-class events, is one of the great problems, he explained. David Hernández Barrera, sports coordinator of the Autonomous University of Coahuila (UAdeC).

There are many things that we need, but I think that on the infrastructure issue we are in diapers”Said the sports coordinator of Lobos UAdeC.

Hernández also added that the ideal would be to have a widely equipped space, which, among other things, would have a dive pit, an athletics track and a multipurpose stadium according to the needs of Saltillo.

For his part, the director of the municipal sport of Saltillo, Antonio Cepeda Licón, He said that on his wish list would be “A stadium, next to it a sports complex with an athletics track, fields and a gym.”

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