Morelos athletes continue to have the support of the Government headed by Cuauhtémoc Blanco Bravo to compete in the Conade 2022 National Games (National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports), on this occasion, boxers, athletes and karate fighters want to increase the number of medals in fair happiness, where 39 metals have been registered so far: 11 gold, 13 silver and 15 bronze.
This was reported by the general director of the Institute of Sport and Physical Culture of the State of Morelos (Indem), Germán Villa Castañeda, who personally received in Hermosillo, Sonora, the first athletics block that will run in the ‘Héroe de Nacozari’ stadium before the and the best youth sprinters of the Mexican Republic.
“In this first block there are two elements: Daniela Mujica Pichardo in the Sub23 category, who will perform in the 400 meter flat test; in addition to Rey Elías Navarro Fosado, Sub16, who will set fire to the tartan in the 300 and 600 meter dash; these runners are accompanied by the coach Yilmar Flores, as well as by the delegate on duty Alejandro Juárez”, he specified.
Likewise, Germán Villa indicated that the Morelos boxing gang arrived in Culiacán, Sinaloa, with the mission of standing out above the ring, having Eduardo Díaz, Víctor Nepomuceno, Diego Jiménez, Emiliano Marino, José María Carvajal and Oswaldo Gama on the roster, juniors category 15-16 years old; while, in the youth 17-18 years, there is Carlos Hernández and Jahir Ruíz.
Adding the feminine power of Morelos with Tania ‘La Metralletita’ Perches, as well as the so-called ‘Tibetan Princess’ Tabata Morales, who in the 2021 edition, bathed in silver in Jalisco; It should be noted that the boxing team is directed by the coaches Narciso González, Rodolfo Contreras, Daniel Alvabera, Víctor Ramírez, José Salgado, as well as the delegate Saúl ‘Púgil’ Hernández.
Finally, the head of the Sports Institute mentioned that the first karate contingent landed in La Paz, Baja California Sur, with a forecast of medals since it has the sports talent of Denisse Mendoza, Yunuen Cruz, Braulio Domínguez and Ian Mejía, all from the 2007/08 category and orchestrated by the ‘senseis’ Pablo Godínez, Diego Cruz, Jacinto Garfias and Yankel Godínez.
It should be noted that the athletes, as well as the aforementioned coaches and delegates, traveled early today by land from the Cuernavaca Centennial Sports Unit to the ‘Benito Juárez’ International Airport in Mexico City, to later travel to their respective destinations; all of the above, at no cost by direct indication of the state representative.