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2021 End of Year Report

End of Year Reports
1. 2020 End of Year Report
2. 2021 End of Year Report
3. 2022 End of Year Report

Although 2021 was a tough year because of the pandemic, we could achieve many of the goals we set in 2020. We were fortunate to keep the flowing of donations, which allowed us to support more athletes and help them go to the most important competitions in Mexico.

We supported 6 athletes with a large sum of sponsorship and 17 athletes received some kind of support, such as race fees, apparel, accommodation, transportation, management, and publicity.

We took part in 8 events in 6 different Mexican states. All the events were part of world series or international affiliations. Such as the Backyard Ultra World Championship, Golden Trail International Series, and Triathlon World Series.

See our summary below and contact us for any inquiries or clarifications. Our labor wouldn’t have been possible without the generous donations of individuals from the US and Mexico. Thank you.

Volunteer Corporate Directors:

  • Diana Garcia, Public Relations & Creativity
  • Fahad Hizam, Business Development
  • Eddi Perez, Athletic Director 

Volunteer Staff:

  • Rosalino Meneses, Athlete Relation Manager
  • Hernan Luis, Indigenous Community Liaison

Know more about the directors and staff, click here

Athletes who received direct financial support in 2021:

  • Octaviano Robles, Oaxaca de Juarez
  • Rafael Fierro, Santiaguito Etla
  • Rocio Toledo, Juchitan
  • Rosalino Meneses, La Raya Zimatlan
  • Felipe Arellanes, Cuixtla Miahuatlan
  • Roque Luis, San Pablo Güilá

Know more about the athletes, click here

Athletic competitions where we participated in 2021:

  • Veracruz Marathon, Veracruz, December, 2 Athletes
  • Crossing in the Sierras, Mexico State, September, 1 Athlete
  • Tepec Trail by UTMX, Hidalgo, August, 7 Athletes
  • Ultra Coahuila Garmin, Coahuila, June, 1 Athlete
  • AsTri Huatulco Triathlon, Oaxaca, June, 7 Athletes
  • El Chico Mountain Race, Hidalgo, June, 2 Athletes
  • Backyard Ultra Mexico, Coahuila, May, 2 Athletes
  • Ultra Trail Cerro Rojo, Puebla, April, 3 Athletes

Know more about the events, click here

2021 Goals and Achievements

  • Support Oaxacan athletes to go to national athletic competitions.
    • 8 national and international competitions in 6 States.
  • Support variety of Oaxacan athletes.
    • 17 Athletes from different regions of Oaxaca and different sports disciplines received direct and indirect financial support.
  • Receive donation from multiple individuals.
    • 5 individuals donated money to support the athletes and the operations.
  • Promote Oaxacan athletes in many media channels.
    • National coverage in print, online, and social media.

 2022 Plans

  • Support more Oaxacan athletes
  • Participate in more local events
  • Reach to extended Oaxacan communities
  • Support Oaxacan athletes to go to events in the US
  • Receive public and corporate grants
  • Offer sponsored training camps

About Us

We are a 501(c)(3) Public Charity based in Texas. We support local athletes from the small communities of Oaxaca, Mexico. Your support help us provide training, education, and sport activities. Please support our charity by donating directly through PayPal.

For collaboration, sponsorship, grants, donations, media, please contact us.

Oax Sport Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations to Oax Sport Inc. are considered tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. To obtain a copy of our IRS designation letter, please contact us. Our tax identification number is 86-3407818.

Images from 2021 Competitions

2021 Media Coverage

Multidisciplinary in design, with a passion for writing and photography, I grew up in an environment enriched by nature and various popular artistic expressions. I deeply value my surroundings and those who respect and strive to improve themselves and the community.

My commitment to these values leads me to volunteer my time at Oax Sport, where I assist low-income athletes from Oaxaca, reflecting my desire to support and foster growth and development on both an individual and collective level.

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