The judokas of Torrejón de Ardoz had an outstanding performance in the last Spanish Championship of child, cadet, senior and veteran categories, which It was played at the Pabellón Arena de Navarra (Pamplona) between April 29 and May 1, and that brought together more than 1,500 athletes from all over Spain.
Total, ten medals were brought, one gold, three silver and six bronzeconfirming Torrejón de Ardoz as one of the great powers of this sport in our country.
The Sakura Club made a plenary session and the four competitors with whom they attended this tournament ended up on the podium. Noel Senra was champion of Spain in the category of veteran -60 kilos. On the other hand, Sandra Manso and Óscar Manso won the bronze medal in the children’s category in -44kg. and -55kg., respectively. The success of the Sakura Club was completed by Nicolás Dorila with another bronze in cadet -73 kilos.
The Sakura Club made a plenary session and the four competitors with whom they attended this tournament ended up getting on the podium
In the case of CDE Fresnos, his four medals came in the veteran category. David Montalvo was silver in -60 kilos; Daniel Rodríguez, was third in -81 kilos, Jesús Martín, bronze in -73 kilos and, finally, María Victoria Martínez, was also a bronze medal in -52 kilos.
The successes of the Torrejón de Ardoz judokas were completed by Judo Club Corredor del Henares de Torrejón de Ardoz with the silver achieved by the couple formed by Mariano Arroyo and Juan García Pozo in the kata modality, ju-no-kata variant, senior category.
“Congratulations, once again, for having once again placed the name of Torrejón de Ardoz at the top of a Spanish championship of judo, highlighting the great level that this sport has in our city”, highlighted the mayor, Ignacio Vázquez.
For his part, the Councilor for Sports and Mobility, José Miguel Martín Criado, added that “In Torrejón de Ardoz we have great judokas, not only in lower categories, but also in senior and veteran, who are the ones who transmit their passion for this sport and the values that it entails to the youngest and make the clubs of our city a benchmark in this martial art, not only in Madrid, but throughout Spain”.