Ya empieza el mundial de Budapest y les introducimos a los equipos de natación de los países hispanoamericanos. Mexico y Colombian llevan 6 atletas cada uno.
Jarod Arroyo (pictured) lowered his Puerto Rican National Record in the men’s 200 IM in a time of 2:00.61 at the CCCAN Championships in San Juan.
En el clasificatorio olímpico de la UANA 2021, varios nadadores mexicanos han buscado los tiempos mínimos para los JJOO, con récord nacional de Jorge Iga.
Among her new PRs was a 1:01.03 in the 100 back, and she also took nearly seven seconds off of her best in the 200 back.
Un total de 18 países hispanoamericanos enviarán equipo al mundial de curso corto de Hangzhou. Un cartel plagado de estrellas como Marcelo Acosta (El Salvador), Jarod Arroyo (Puerto Rico) o Benjamin Hockin (Paraguay). Foto de Marcelo Acosta.
Andy Song fired off a new personal best 200m backstroke time, which makes him the first Mexican swimmer ever to clock a sub-2 minute mark in the event.
Marcelo Acosta won five events at the 2018 CCCAN Swimming Championships.
The 2017 Central American and Caribbean Swimming Federation (CCCAN) Championships concluded in historic fashion in July 2nd, as the nation of Trinidad & Tobago claimed the overall Championships title.
Brazil took the lead in the pool on day one of the South American Games in Santiago, Chile
Andreina Pinto of Venezuela, who trains with Gregg Troy’s Gator Swim Club, won 9 medals in the four-day Bolivarian Games.