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The candidates of 2021 | All the news from Palencia

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On Monday, December 13 at 8.15 p.m. the Main Theater of the capital will host the celebration of the 2021 Palencia Sports Awards, which in its rotating shift this year is organized by the Provincial Council and whose candidates were announced at the Provincial Palace.

The president of the Provincial Institution, Ángeles Armisén, did it, as host, and the mayor of the city Mario Simón, as the highest representatives of their institutions.

BEST SPORTSMAN. Four are the athletes who opt for the award that soccer player Sergio Asenjo received last year.
They are the athletes Óscar Husillos, Marta García and José San Pastor and the frontenista María Rodríguez.

ENTITIES. As for the best sports entity, there are three candidates, the Provincial Boxing Delegation, the Palencia Squash Club and the Palencia Cristo Atlético.
As for the best collaborating entity, there are also three companies that opt ​​for the distinction: Galletas Gullón, Espectáculos San Millán and Saborea.

BEST OF EVERY SPORT. Another of the classic awards of each year are given at the gala is the one that, by direct designation of each Provincial Delegation, is awarded to the most outstanding athlete of the year in that sporting discipline.
They will go up on stage to receive the applause of those present and the statuette (the traditional replica of the cauldron found in the Roman Villa of La Olmeda), 28 winners: Club Deportivo Alfil (chess), Vanesa García Villacorta (badminton), Adrián Froufe Pérez (basketball), María Sancha González (handball), Unai Díez López (cycling), María del Rosario Ahedo Arias (adapted sport), César Martínez González (fencing), Rubén Gala Zorrilla (soccer), Luis Ignacio Martín Diez ( greyhounds), Beatriz Muñoz Sánchez (gymnastics), María Carlón Obregón (golf), Javier Wee Palacios (weightlifting), María Alonso Jato (equestrian), Alejandro Jalón González (judo), Eva Gómez Ortega (karate), Francisco González PEsquera (kick boxing), Miguel Diez Montoya (motorcycling), Sandra Santos Martínez (swimming), Manuel Pérez de Diego-Fernando Pérez de Diego (paddle), María Rodríguez González (ball), Julio César Santos García (canoeing), Asier Merino Meneses (rugby ), José Luis Martín Lapresa (rescue and first aid o), Jorge Carretero Nieto (squash), Javier Hernando Celada (tennis), José Antonio Salazar García (table tennis), María Gómez Martínez (archery) and María Rebollo Ibáñez (Olympic shooting).


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