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Letter 22, no championships but training thanks to 3 vs 3

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Serie D. The Ivrea-based club has also renounced the youth ones

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Despite a thousand difficulties but in full compliance with the provisions of the health protocol, training continues in the house of the Letter 22 Ivrea of ​​the president Paolo Cossavella. For this season, no championships but only physical activity for the basketball players of the Ivrea club who, in order to avoid problems related to the Covid-19 pandemic, decided not to participate this year in the Serie D championship with the First team or in the youth ones. .

The Ivrea club, however, opted to participate in the 3 vs 3 event, recognized as “preeminent national interest” for all categories with the exception of minibasketball, thus allowing training from Under 13 upwards even if basketball is a sport of contact. “We thought above all of our members, to allow them to play sports in any case without engaging them in championships which, in addition to the economic side, presented many questions – says the president of Letter 22 Paolo Cossavella who then explains the decision to enroll all the teams in the 3 vs 3 tournaments – We did it to be able to continue with the training because if we were not registered in any competition they would be forbidden. We did it for our kids who in this period between distance learning and various prohibitions no longer had any relief valve. In this way at least for an hour a day they can practice their favorite sport and have a little fun ».

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Too bad for the younger kids, those of the minibasket, who with the Piedmont crashed in the red zone had to suspend the activity. «For the minibasket, after practicing outdoor activities until we were allowed, that is until last week – adds Cossavella – we await the new directives, after Easter. If the situation should improve so that Piedmont leaves the red zone, we will go back to letting our kids do outdoor activities ».

The company is also thinking about the future. In these days the foundations are being laid for the summer camp in Vada, a town close to Cecina in Tuscany, which will take place starting from 19 June and which has already had several pre-registrations. With the hope that in September things have changed and that we can return, even from the sporting side, to normalcy. –

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