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WEBSITE OF THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HAS BEEN LAUNCHED

WEBSITE OF THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HAS BEEN LAUNCHED

The website (http://mundialcapoeira.com/) of the World championship on sport capoeira that will be held in Baku in 2013 was being prepared nearly 3 months. Finally, the website was launched yesterday. The website has an ideal design and it has been made very conveniently for use. There was given information about the competition, capoeira masters who have been invited and who have accepted the invitations, the rules of the competition, provision of the participants, as well detailed information on accommodation, meals, visa and transport in the website. The athletes who want to participate in the competition, coaches, fans, etc. should send by normal mail by filling out the order form that is in the website or they should be online registered. In addition, you may download detailed program of the competition and all necessary documents, as well as, you may get detailed information about Azerbaijan Republic and World Capoeira Federation.



29/07/2012

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