With the obtaining of four medals, among them a gold, another beach and two bronzes, the Judo Kan de Parral team returned, representing Chihuahua, during its intervention in the National Judo Tournament; “Prof. Daniel F. Hernández 2022”, endorsed by the Mexican Federation of Judo AC, held last weekend from September 22 to 25, at the CODE facilities in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
With the harvest of these four medals, the pupils of Professor Andrés Martínez, shone with their own light within this important event at the national level of this difficult contact sports discipline where more than 500 competitors participated in their different categories and weights, in both branches.
Given what was said, the judokas from Parral gave everything in their commitments, leaving the name of Judo Kan Parral very high, which for more than three decades has had great exponents of this sport at the local, state, national and international levels. It should be noted that this event was scored and endorsed to participate in international competitions or events in all its categories, which included the participation of athletes from the states of Jalisco and Nuevo León, which are national power in this sport.
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Also present were judokas from states such as Guanajuato, Sinaloa, Puebla, San Luis Potosí, Baja California, Colima, Coahuila, Querétaro, Yucatán, Tabasco, Mexico City and, of course, from the large state of Chihuahua, who demonstrated their potential On September 22, 23, 24 and 25, 2022, on the tatamis of the CODE facilities in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
The students of Professor Andrés Martínez, who won medals were: first in the sub-13 category with a body weight of 31 kilos, César Alán Moreno Núñez, hung the gold medal, to become national champion, by winning the final to the competitor, José Santiago de Jalisco; In addition, in another stop he surpassed the national sub-13 champion in weight of 29 kilos, Mario Ortiz also from the state of Jalisco.
For her part, Camila Serrano, in the sub-15 category, in 64 kilos, became national runner-up, after beating Regina Benítez from San Luis Potosí, the representative from Colima, Alison Tapia and falling to Parralense, Jay Lopez.
For his part, José Serrano sub-13 weighing 38 kilos, was bronze with the following results, he beat Luis Ortiz from Baja California, fell to Luis Perales from Tamaulipas and beat Diego Román from Baja California and Jazmín López Molina in sub-15 with 48 kilos, he won the bronze, fighting against Valeria Herber from Guanajuato, whom he surpassed; she defeated Eneira Jacobo from Nuevo León, Eliza Chávez from Nuevo León, fell to Cristina Moralesco from San Luis Potosí and beat Ana Castro from Nuevo León.
Also present at the fair were Judo Kan Parral, Amin Corral González in sub-13 in 42 Kilos; losing the bronze; Axel Jurado in sub-13 in more than 35 Kilograms, also lost the bronze; Iker López Molina in sub-15 in 58 kilos stayed in the first round; Pedro López Molina in sub-15 in 52 kilos, eliminated in the first round and José Manuel Moreira Lerma in sub-13 in more than 35 kilos, lost in the first round.