The Badajoz was far from being able to fight for the top positions in his first participation in the rowing discipline
Things did not go well for Enrique Floriano at dawn this Saturday at the Sea Forest Waterway, where the rowing repechage was played in the category of four with helmsman PR3 of the Tokyo Paralympic Games. The Badajoz competed alongside Pepi Benítez, Vero Rodríguez and Jorge Pineda and, after being sixth in the series played on Friday, they had a second chance to get into the final through the repechage, but they finished last in the test. The Spanish boat stopped the clock at 7: 39.64, away from the Canadians, who were fourth. Australia and Italy certified their pass to the final A, while Floriano had to settle for the final B this Sunday.
This Saturday was a very prolific day for Spain in terms of medals, with 14 medals: Miguel Luque, silver in 50 meters breaststroke S3; Toni Ponce, silver in 200 freestyle S5 and 100 meters breaststroke SB5; Alfonso Cabello, gold in kilometer against time; Òscar Salguero, silver in 100 breaststroke; Iñigo Llopis, silver on 100 back S8; Marta Fernández, silver in 50 butterfly; Sergio Ibáñez, silver in judo -66kg; Susana Rodríguez, gold in triathlon; Hector Catalá, silver in triathlon; Álex Sánchez, bronze in triathlon; Kim López, gold in shot put; Yassine Ouhdadi, gold in 5,000 meters; and Ten, Cabello and Jaramillo, bronze in team speed.