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Located on the outskirts of downtown Cayenne (Capital of Guyana) and composed of 3 high-level sports facilities allowing you to train in the best conditions, with: The Cayenne Aquatic Center, a center of excellence with, among other things, 2 pools including an Olympic pool, open 7 days a week with outdoor parking for more than 100 spaces and all disabled access (lift included). The Kévin Séraphin hall, a 1,162m² sports hall, equipped with bleachers with a capacity of 870 seats. Site open from 7 am to 10 pm Monday to Saturday and on request according to schedules arranged on Sunday. Suzini's dojo, with an area of 1932m², made up of three international competition areas, two training areas of 100 and 200m², guaranteeing great ease and comfort, for training sessions. multiple and diversified training in the same workspace.
Three high-level sports facilities ideally located.
Nearby (less than 2 kilometers):
- the José Dorcy Medico-Sports Center, a center of excellence made up of health professionals and equipped with medical materials and equipment;
- hospital structures (Cayenne Hospital Center and St Gabriel Clinic);
- quality hotel structures and accommodation;
- Zac Hibiscus, a new green city center, where restaurants, sports courses and outdoor activities come together;
- sports infrastructure (athletics stadium, fitness trail, synthetic football field, tennis courts);
Optimal accessibility and comfort with many options on site or nearby (sauna, cryotherapy, cardio weight room, recovery pool, meeting room, etc.) and wide time slots available.
The Hall Kévin Séraphin hosts the hope centers and regional sectors resident at the Michel Néron Institute for Training and Access to High-Level Sport (IFAS). He hosted in 2018 and 2019, the French basketball cups, and received in 2019, an international French Boxing Gala and an international Taekwondo tournament.
In February 2016, the Cayenne Aquatic Center received as part of its inauguration, the French synchronized swimming team for training and a show. It has also hosted courses for high-level swimmers, Olympic and Paralympic champions who have raised the quality of the pools (David Smétanine, Elodie Lorandi and Gregory Mallet).
Suzini’s dojo has received numerous internships from top athletes, including the French judo team in 2015 and the French military judo team in 2020.
Meeting room Internet access Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery Floodlit facilities International airport nearby Hospital nearby Relaxation room Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room Sauna Ice bath