PUNTA CANA, Dominican Republic, June 30, 2021 –
The NORCECA Beach Volleyball Qualifier to the
Junior Pan American Games will take place in
Punta Cana from July 2-4 with 10 pairs per
gender battling for six tickets available to the
inaugural multi-sport event in Cali, Colombia
that will take place from November 25 to
Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Mexico, Nicaragua and Puerto Rico and hosts
Dominican Republic have registered teams in both
genders while St Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago
will only participate in the men’s event and
Canada in the women’s competition. The Dominican
Republic is fielding two teams in each
The event is dedicated to Mr. Ernesto Veloz,
president of the Hotels Association of Punta
Cana, who has been a permanent collaborator to
the NORCECA beach volleyball tournaments held in
the tourist destination for several years.
Jose Luis Jimenez of Costa Rica and Salvador
Bautista of Dominican Republic will be
Tournament Director and Referee Manager,
respectively. Lionel Garcia of Puerto Rico,
Eduardo Paíz de El Salvador and Sergio Silva of
Nicaragua are the international referees
appointed for the event.
Indhira Ramirez is the NORCECA Delegate while
Roosevelt Comarazamy and Ernesto Beltre, the
Press Delegate and Official Photographer,
respectively. Amos Anglade is the local
coordinator and Dominican Federation
Team’s inspections (uniforms and passports) and
general technical meeting will take place at
Impressive Hotel, the official site.
Becky Treshan/Kaylee Glagau.
Ximena Núñez/Angel Williams. Cuba: Lázara
Madan/Dayani Zequeira. Dominican Republic 1:
Julibeth Payano/Deanny de la Cruz. Dominican
Republic 2: Jeneiry Rosario/Luz María Carty.
El Salvador: Blanca Colato/Gabriela Funes.
Guatemala: Paola Alvarado/Laura Quiñones.
Mexico: Katherine Albarrán/Atenas
Gutiérrez. Nicaragua: María Zeledón/Anielka
Alonzo. Puerto Rico: María González/Allanis
Criforth Fallas/Daniel Dyner. Cuba:
Noslen Díaz/Luis Reyes. Dominican Republic 1:
Oscar Martínez/Hayerling de Jesús. Dominican
Republic 2: Rayner Sarmiento/Deivy Ramírez.
El Salvador: Rolando Ávalos/Gabriel
Vargas. Guatemala: Edgar Maldonado/Andre
Nuyens. Mexico: Miguel Sarabia/Raymond
Stephens. Nicaragua: Carlos Solís/Denis
López. Puerto Rico: William Rivera/Randall
Santiago. St. Lucia: Rio Víctor/Levi
Leonce. Trinidad & Tobago: Daynte Stewart/Joshua