2003 Norceca Report Web

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REUNIONES COMISIONES NORCECA / NORCECA´S COMISSIONS MEETINGS SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC                     1 MERCADEO / MARKETING                     2 FINANZA / FINANCE                       1 PRENSA / PRESS                       2 ARBITROS / REFEREE´S                       2 ENTREN.andamp; TEC ./ COACH andamp; TECH                       1 PLAYA / BEACH                     1 MEDICA / MEDICAL                     2 COD / SOC V / F J / T M / W M / T L / M D / S S / S V / F J / T M / W COMMISIONS / COMISIONES ROOM D. CENTRE   15   14   13   12   11   10   9   8   7   6 5 SALON FEBRERO / FEBRUARY 2003 LLEGADA andamp; SALIDA ARRIVAL andamp; DEPARTURE DIA DE REUNION MEETING DAY NORCECA CHART COMMISSION MEETING 2003 S / S

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REUNION DEL COMITE EJECUTIVO Y CONSEJO DE ADMINISTRACION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION MEETING SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC LLEGADA andamp; SALIDA ARRIVAL andamp; DEPARTURE DIA DE REUNION MEETING DAY NORCECA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION CHART MEETING 2003

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Administration Following the guidelines of FIVB’s President Dr. Ruben Acosta Hernandez, NORCECA continues to support the activities of all 35 affiliated National Federations from its main headquarter established in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, well equipped and with professional staff in order to ensure the organization of events according to FIVB Regulations. Our Continental Press Officer contracted with the financial support of FIVB has contributed promoting our sport throughout NORCECA’s news letters within our continent and worldwide, establishing a close working relation with the media, major newspapers of our continent and international agencies creating the necessary awareness during the organization of Regional, Continental and Intercontinental events.

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FIVB

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FIVB Constitution, Administrative, Financial, Sport, General regulations and Code of Conduct. The most important decision taken to ensure the future of the North, Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation, NORCECA by the Executive Committee and Board of Administration was to adopt as our own Statutes the Constitution, Administrative, Financial, Sport, General Regulations and Code of Conduct of FIVB. This transcendental decision was also approved and reconfirmed by the 2003 NORCECA’s Congress held in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, USA with the presence of Delegates from 28 countries.

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NORCECA’s Newsletters, and press releases

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Held in the city of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, from March 11-15, 2003. Good organization, VIS System implemented, Extraordinary spectators Assistances. Final Results: 1. Cuba 2. Dominican Republic 3. USA 4. Mexico

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Held in the city of Saltillo, Mexico from June 30 to July 5, 2003. Good organization, VIS System implemented. Eight teams from America disputed the II Women´s Volleyball Pan American Cup with the top four finishers winning berths for the 2004 FIVB World Grand Prix.  Participating Teams USA, Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Canada, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Mexico Final Results: 1. USA 2. Dominican Republic 3. Cuba 4. Brazil

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Held in Martinique from July 17 to 27, 2003. Good organization, participating National Teams: Aruba, Antigua, Barbados, Bahamas, Dominica, Jamaica, Martinique, Netherlands Antilles, Trinidad andamp; Tobago Final Results: Men 1. Netherlands Antilleans 2. Bahamas 3. Martinique Women 1. Trinidad andamp; Tobago 2. Netherlands Antilleans 3. Barbados

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August 2003 XIV PAN-AMERICAN SPORTS GAMES Held in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic from August 1 to 17, 2003. Good organization, VIS System implemented, Local and International TV broadcasting. Participating Teams: Cuba, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, USA, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic. Final Results: Women 1. Dominican Republic (Gold) 2. Cuba (Silver) 3. USA (Bronze)

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Held in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic from August 1 to 17, 2003. Good organization, VIS System implemented, Local and International TV broadcasting, Excellent TV rating and spectators Assistances. Participating Teams: Cuba, Brazil, Venezuela, USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, Barbados and Dominican Republic. Final Results: Men 1. VENEZUELA 2. CUBA 3. USA

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Beach Volleyball Participating Teams: Antigua andamp; Barbudas, Aruba, Chile, Guatemala, Netherlands Antilles, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Trinidad andamp; Tobago, Uruguay and USA. Final Results: Men Women 1. CUBA 1. CUBA 2. BRAZIL 2. MEXICO 3. PUERTO RICO 3. BRAZIL

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Held in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on September 14 to 19, Exciting crowds and spectators support for their local team contributed to the success of this Continental Event Qualifying the top 3 Teams to the 2003 Women´s World Cup, Local and International TV broadcasting and VIS System implemented, Participating Teams Cuba, USA, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Canada, Trinidad andamp; Tobago, Costa Rica. Final Results: Women 1. USA 2. CUBA 3. Dominican Republic

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SEPTEMBER 2003 XVIII MEN NORCECA CONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP Excellent Organization on behalf of the Mexican National Volleyball Federation. Held in the city of Culiacan Sinaloa, Mexico. Extraordinary spectators assistances, TV National broadcast, VIS System implemented. USA and Canada Qualified for the 2003 Men´s World Cup. Participating Teams Canada. Puerto Rico, Cuba, Panama, Guatemala, Mexico and USA. Final Results: Men 1. USA 2. CANADA 3. CUBA

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Held in the city of Carolina, Puerto Rico from October 10 to 12, 2003. Final Results: Men 1. PUERTO RICO (Hernández / Papaleo) 2. USA (Roberts / Heath) 3. PUERTO RICO (Pérez / Rondón) Women 1. USA (Bragado / Fendrick) 2. PUERTO RICO (Puig / Esparza) 3. PUERTO RICO (Cruz / Cabrera)

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Held in Guatemala from October 20 to 29, 2003. Final Results: Men 1. Nicaragua 2. Costa Rica 3. Guatemala 4. El Salvador 5. Honduras Women 1. Guatemala, 2. Costa Rica 3. Nicaragua 4. Honduras, 5. El Salvador

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The 2003 NORCECA’s Congress held in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, USA on October 25-26, 2003 with the presence of Delegates from 28 countries confirmed the dynamic work in the new era of the North, Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation, NORCECA. Organized and developed in accordance with FIVB Regulations, the 2003 NORCECA’s Congress presented an important agenda that included the Minutes of the Executive Committee and Board of Administration Meetings of the year 2002 and 2003, Report of the Guatemalan and Nicaraguan Volleyball Federations suspension, Presidential Activities, Implementation of the Decisions of the XXVIII FIVB World Congress,

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PriceWaterhouseCoopers Audited Report, 2004-2005 NORCECA’s Budgets, Presentation of NORCECA’s Profile, Presentation of NORCECA’s Events for 2002-2003, FIVB Volleyball World Vision 2008, Report Presented by NORCECA’s Commission and Working Group, Final Report of the XIV Pan-American Sports Games, Santo Domingo 2003, Report on the Activities of Zonal Associations of NORCECA, as well as the Report on Future NORCECA’s Competition Organizers. The most important decision adopted by the 2003 NORCECA’s Congress was to adopt as our own Statutes the FIVB Constitution, Administrative, Financial, Sport, General Regulations and Code of Conduct.

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This important step forward will allows NORCECA, as a representative of FIVB in our continent, to continue the development of our sport in line with the decisions of FIVB avoiding contradictions and profiting all of our 35 National Federations. This vital decision ensures a straight line of communication between NORCECA and FIVB as well as with all of our affiliated National Federation. An important system to structure our Annual Competition Calendar has been approved granting the hosting of our major events up to the year 2012. This rotating system will allow all National Federations to plan ahead the participation of their National Teams in NORCECA’s events,

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as well as in our most important event that is held every year, The Pan-American Women’s Cup, classifying event to the FIVB World Grand Prix. The distribution of volleyball equipment sponsored by MIKASA to all affiliated National Federations was completed during the year 2003 profiting 29 National Federations that were updated with their responsibilities with FIVB and NORCECA. New distribution of volleyball equipment sponsored by MIKASA was approved by the 2003 NORCECA’s Congress for the year 2004. An important strategy was established for the participation of all affiliated National Federations in the qualifying process for the 2006 Men and Women World Championships.

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This important strategy will involve 26 National Federations divided in three (3) major groups, Canada, USA, Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic as Group 1, the Central American Countries of AFECAVOL as Group 2 and the Caribbean Countries, CAZOVA as Groups 3 and 4. The objective is that must of our affiliated National Federations take part in the process toward the 2006 FIVB World Championships (Men and Women) so that NORCECA would register a major number of National Teams participating in the finals of the 2006 World Championships to be held in Japan.

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Held in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on December 15-21, with five teams from the region, Squads from Cuba, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic. Extraordinary spectators assistances, TV National And International broadcast, VIS System implemented. Final Results: 1. Cuba 2. Dominican Republic 3. Canada 4. Puerto Rico 5. Mexico

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