The Badminton Zamora has curdled another great weekend with 8 more medals in his record. The club was present at the Autonomous Championship of Castilla y León for Sub19 and Senior categories in the town of Soria, from where it returned with 2 golds, 3 silvers and 3 bronzes.
Players from the club’s sub17 category went to Soria lands, with the aim of achieving the results that would allow them to attend the Spanish Championship of a higher category, the sub19.
Eric Casas achieved a bronze double, the first with his clubmate, Natalia Colino, in the mixed doubles category, and the second with Gonzalo García (CB Laguna). On your side, Aitana Ares and Elena Turiel They hung the third bronze of the day in the women’s doubles category.
Also in Soria, simultaneously, the seniors of the club participated, in categories A1 (from 30 to 35 years old) and A2 (from 35 to 40). Tanto Aitor Llandres, in A1, as Raul Lopez in A2, they suffered the same fate in the men’s individual, achieving two silver medals, having the first place very close. The icing on the cake came in the men’s doubles, with the gold achieved by both, following the streak started the previous weekend.
After these good results, a good participation from Zamora is expected in the Spanish U19 and Senior Championships.
As for the U-13s, Vera Tuero, Ana Murias and Demetrio Pinto They went to Guadarrama to participate in the scoring test for national ranking.
Ana Murias played very good matches, noticing the improvement week after week, having her first victory in a match in the individual modality close by. On her side, Vera Tuero along with her partner from CB Valladolid, climbed to the second podium drawer in the women’s doubles category. Finally, Demetrio Pinto, still a U11 player, won a worthy gold medal in the men’s doubles category together with his usual teammate from CB Valladolid, Diego Muñoz.