- More than 30 athletes and coaches representing the 450 athletes from Quintana Roo attended the flag ceremony to face the 2021 CONADE National Games.
CANCÚN, Q. ROO. – The delegation of Quintana Roo is ready to face the CONADE 2021 National Games. On Thursday they were flagged at the High Performance Sports Center, before leaving for their different destinations, where they will compete to reach the podium in the most important amateur event of the country.
The ceremony was attended by more than 30 athletes and coaches representing the 450 athletes from Quintana Roo who will see action in 29 disciplines in the highest national fair, which will be held from June 16 in venues such as Jalisco, Nuevo León, Durango, Coahuila, Guerrero and Aguascalientes.
Among the athletes who were present were Clío Bárcenas and Darío Arce from Table Tennis, Ana Laura Vázquez and Diego Caballero from Archery, as well as Andrés Dupont and Andy Guerrero from Swimming, among others.
“We come from a complicated season due to the pandemic, but that has helped us to be more solid in our disciplines, to put more effort into training and we are focused on winning medals and raising the name of Quintana Roo,” said the swimmer Guerrero Sánchez, who has been a multi-medalist in the last National Paralympic Games. CONADE
It is worth mentioning that the objective of the state team will be to exceed the medals obtained in the 2019 cycle, where they achieved a total of 277 medals, including 89 gold, 79 silver and 109 bronze, counting the participations in the formerly called National Olympiad, National Youth and National Paralympic Games.
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