Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo

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Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo
FDAA
Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo Logo.jpg
Sport Athletics
Jurisdiction Federation
Founded March 21, 1953 (1953-03-21)
Affiliation IAAF
Affiliation date December 18, 1953 (1953-12-18)
Regional affiliation NACAC
Headquarters Santo Domingo
President Gerardo Suero Correa
Vice president Gregorio Ramirez
Secretary Mariano Cedeño
Official website
www.fedomatle.org
Dominican Republic

The Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo (FDAA; Athletics Federation of the Dominican Republic) is the governing body for the sport of athletics in Dominican Republic. Current president is Gerardo Suero Correa.[1][2] He was elected in November 2010 for the period 2010-2014.[3]

History[edit]

FDAA was founded on March 21, 1953 and was affiliated to the IAAF on December 18, 1953.[4]

Presidents[edit]

Starting with the foundation of FDAA in 1953, there were about nine presidents.[4]

Name Presidency
Manuel Joaquín Báez Vargas 1953-
Rafael Germes 1966-1974
Danilo Aquino 1974-1982
Dante Toribio 1982-1986
Radhames Brea 1986-1990
Álvaro Polimar 1992-2004
Ramon Merejo 2004-2005
José Rubio 2005-2010
Gerardo Suero Correa 2010-

Affiliations[edit]

FDAA is the national member federation for Dominican Republic in the following international organisations:

Moreover, it is part of the following national organisations:

National records[edit]

FDAA maintains the Dominican records in athletics.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Federacion Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo, IAAF, retrieved January 3, 2013 
  2. ^ DIRECTIVA (in Spanish), Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo, retrieved October 8, 2012 
  3. ^ DIAZ, JACINTO (November 6, 2010), Gerardo Suero gana presidencia atletismo (in Spanish), El Nacional, retrieved January 3, 2013 
  4. ^ a b Historia (in Spanish), Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo, retrieved October 8, 2012