Escuela de Tiro con Arco IPN

México Unidad Profesional “Adolfo López Mateos”, Zacatenco 07738 Gustavo A. Madero (Mexico City)
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Description of Escuela de Tiro con Arco IPN

The Archery School of the National Polytechnic Institute has its shooting range and training in Zacatenco , in the Federal District, west of the Burros Blancos locker , circumscribed by the bicycle path south of the ecological space.

If you are interested in practicing archery at your facilities, do not hesitate to contact your coaches and experts.

Today Archery is an Olympic sport, although its history is very old and has years of tradition, since it has been used for hunting and wars. However, since the last Olympic Games in London 2012, thanks to the outstanding role of our athletes in this discipline, the Archery in Mexico has regained its value and recognition.

At the IPN Archery School we welcome from youth to veteran categories, both male and female. The only requirement of mandatory nature to participate in courses, practices and events is BE of Polytechnic origin .

Reviews of Escuela de Tiro con Arco IPN

9.4
Very Good Based on 7 reviews
Price
5.4
Normal
Adrenaline
4.3
Normal
Attention
9.1
Very good

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Laura Ramirez
WOULD REPEAT!
10 Very good
Reviewed the 04/07/16

Review translated from Spanish

Hi good day. Excellent attention on the part of Ing René Peralta, he explained to my son in detail the activity that was going to take place. He showed the bow, which parts made up as it should be taken, was basically theoretical class but in the end showed him how to take the bow showed him the position he should have. My son was very happy and decided to return and continue with the classes. We'll be around the next Saturday. Greetings.
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Jorge A Bravo
WOULD REPEAT!
10 Very good
Reviewed the 15/10/12

Review translated from Spanish

Thank you, we immediately responded to Mr. Mario Castrousla and we channeled with Profa. Aurora Bretón Gómez who is already training us at IPN Zacatenco
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Alvarado Castillo María Concepción
WOULD REPEAT!
10 Very good
Reviewed the 28/06/13

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They treated me very well and the teaching was good
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Sergio Cortes P
WOULD REPEAT!
10 Very good
Reviewed the 08/10/13

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The treatment was excellent. 100% recommendable, we are very happy to have found what we are looking for.
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Claudia Madrigal
WOULD REPEAT!
8 Good
Reviewed the 20/01/15

Review translated from Spanish

We have two classes and my daughter is happy. Thanks for the info.
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Brayan Tobon Santiago
WOULD REPEAT!
10 Very good
Reviewed the 05/09/13

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I was attended to immediately and it was a very good experience
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Elizabeth Velazquez
WOULD REPEAT!
8 Good
Reviewed the 18/01/18

Review translated from Spanish

Very good teacher, and very good classes. Unfortunately we touched a season in which natural light is lost quickly outside of that, very well.
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