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Título : Capítulo II: orígenes del deporte moderno en El Salvador (1895-1921)
Autor : Universidad Francisco Gavidia (UFG)
Urbina Gaitán, Chester
Fecha de publicación : ago-2006
Editorial : UFG Editores
Resumen : The modern sport in El Salvador was of exclusive access of the economic and cultural elite of the cities of San Salvador and Santa Ana, the main large cities of the coffee West. The domination of the coffee zone in the sport is explained because in this area there was the capital, the best routes or communication and certain infrastructure that the execution oi this activity made possible. The coffee elite practiced the different sport disciplines that arose during the period of study next to some members of the French colonies, English, Spanish and American. In its beginnings the sport was dominated by individual disciplines, fact which it did that the sectors that began to exercise themselves in them; they considered its practice like a social act, reason why the suitable preparation and training were in a great measurement absent. It is with: the birth of the collective sports -like the baseball and soccer, that the urban working sectors entered the sport sand. Nevertheless, embryonic and the poor thing of its organizations, the meager support of secular the communal leaders as much.
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10972/3315
ISSN : 1992-6510
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