Mexico City / 22.08.2021 17:08:10
This Monday, the Faculty of Accounting and Administration of the National Autonomous University of Mexico launches its Sports week, which will feature 56 events, divided into conferences, workshops, tournaments and activations.
Although the participation of students from the careers of Administration, Computer Science, Accounting and International Business is expected – the latter with two years of existence -, it also focuses on inviting students to sports and generating a healthier life, especially in the age in which we currently live.
“The intention is that our students, soon to be professionals, have a healthy life; also, that we can contribute something to professional practice “, he said to MILLENNIUM-The Hobby Felix Buendía Mata, Marketing academic at the FCA. “We are a Faculty that tries to innovate year after year, for this edition we will have two activities such as eSports and skateboarding, so that the boys can be activated in that part.”
Aware that the pandemic has worsened in Mexico City and the country, tAll activities will be broadcast through Zoom, the video calling platform that has become popular since 2020. Registrations consist of a registration form – limited to 300 people per event – and a league sent to those who signed up.
“It is extremely important (this Sports Week). At the Faculty we take culture and sports very seriously. We have sports points as curricular requirements in all races. We want the boys to join these activities so that they realize everything that the Faculty offers and that they choose an option for us to adopt a healthy lifestyle ”, commented Buendía Mata, who played defensive tackle in Pumas CU (between 2003 and 2007, being captain in his last two seasons) and that he even became head coach of the auriazules in 2019.
Your show is attractive wherever you look at it. Among the speakers are Alfredo Sixtos (doctor of the Mexican Soccer Federation), Othon Diaz (administrative president of the Red Devils of Mexico), Pablo Viruega (sportscaster), Mariana gutierrez (director of the Liga Mx Femenil); workshops with Cynthia Cecilia González Saavedra (Central American badminton champion in Mayagüez 2010); as well as activations of boxing, basketball, billet, yoga, chess, racquetball, and FIFA and Call Of Duty tournaments, among many others.
“We seek to have a program that can include everyone who has an interest. Be it electronic sports, skateboarding, entrepreneurship, gender in sport … We try to inspire our boys so that they can join from our areas of knowledge, so that they can develop better sports products, be it Liga Mx, Diablos Rojos … we have practically everything covered in sports, focused on our careers, “said Buendía, who also played with Condors Mexico City in the Professional American Football League (LFA) , whom he also directed and won the 2019 Mexico Bowl.
The expectations are many: the interest of the university community is high and they hope that it will be a great way to promote physical culture and that more students and interested parties come to have healthier practices.
“It is the most demanding week we have planned. We seek that the community of the Faculty and the external community is interested in sports. By telling you that on day 1 and 2 we have them full of participants, we have 300 participants per session and the first ones are already full ”, he concluded.