Heredia, Costa Rica – With great expectation and enthusiasm, the President’s Cup is about to unfold its greatness from March 14 to 16 in Costa Rica. In an event that will have the participation of more than 1,100 athletes from all over the American continent, the G-2 event is set to be a transcendental event.

This Taekwondo competition, scheduled for the aforementioned dates, will not only attract competitors from the Pan American region, but will also count with the presence of athletes from other continental unions, including the European and Asian ones.

The president of the Pan American Taekwondo Union (PATU), Juan Manuel López in exclusive statements, anticipated the crucial importance of events such as the President’s Cup in building bridges between the different regions. “This tournament will not only be an opportunity for athletes to accumulate ranking points but will also strengthen ties between nations through taekwondo. It will be a testimony of solidarity and sportsmanship that transcends borders.”

The Costa Rican Taekwondo Federation, an important part of the planned success of this event, will play the role of host and organizer with mastery. Their exceptional work will be fundamental to guarantee, together with PATU staff, the smooth running of the competition and to offer an unforgettable experience for participants and spectators alike.

In the phase prior to the Olympic qualifier, the President’s Cup is expected to be the stage where athletes will not only seek to accumulate crucial points for the ranking, but also as an opportunity to demonstrate their skills and on the other hand look for wild cards that could open the doors to future Pan American events.

The President’s Cup in Costa Rica is designed to be an event of utmost importance on the road to sporting excellence and the consolidation of brotherhood throughout the region.