Difficult start in Judo for UACH at the National Universiade – El Heraldo de Chihuahua

The university judoka Kenya Itzel Arvizu Gutiérrez succumbs at the start of the activities of the delegation of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, losing what were her three commitments in the regular round that left her out of any possibility of accessing the next phase of your 63 kilogram category.

In what was her first outing, Kenia was surprised in the first seconds of her fight by Katia Castillo Bustos from the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, which put her in an already difficult position before falling to María. Sandoval Ramírez from the Autonomous University of Mexico after 3 minutes of combat.

Finally, to comply with the competition regulations and after these defeats, she was defeated by Valeria Ríos Olmedo from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León.

For Kenya, this was her first sports experience at the higher education student level, which will allow her to analyze what she experienced in this 2022 edition to make adjustments and redefine her preparation for future sports commitments both at the student and official levels.

Today, Saturday, the rest of the UACH judokas will go into action, being Karina Corona from the Faculty of Zootechnics in the +78 kilogram category in what will be her last sports university, as well as Raúl Ruiz Talamantes from the Faculty of Law in the division of +100 kilograms and Sergio Antonio Quiñonez Salas of the Faculty of Medicine in -55 kilograms.


CATEGORY of the 63 kilograms in which the university judoka participated.



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