24 make Mexico’s Central America & Caribbean Games squad, will compete at home

In the wake of Mexico’s national championships over the weekend, 12 men and 12 women have been named to the country’s squad for the Central America & Caribbean Games (CACG).

The CACG will be Mexico’s biggest focus meet of the year, and the nation gets to host the meet in the same Veracruz pool that hosted the national championships.

A press release detailing the full roster and the selection process can be found (in its original Spanish) on the Mexican Swimming Federation’s website here.

The full rosters are below. Notable names include top backstroker in Mexican history Fernanda Gonzalez, Texas A&M freestyler Lili Ibanez, and sprinter Alejandro Escudero.

Full roster:

Esther González
Fernanda González
Liliana Ibáñez
Natalia Jaspeado
Gabriela Jiménez
Diana Luna
Ayumi Macías
Maria José Mata
Montserrat Ortuño
María Fernanda Richaud
Byanca Rodríguez
Melissa Villaseñor

Gustavo Berreta
Luis Enrique Campos
Miguel Alejandro de Lara
Juan Manuel Del Pino
Daniel Delgadillo
Alejandro Escudero
Mauro Castillo Luna
José Ángel Martínez
Long Yuang Miguel
Andrés Olvera
Daniel Ramírez
Ezequiel Trujillo

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