Matías Grande Dominates National Selective, Approaches Olympic Games

Mexico City, Mexico.-The Guanajuato goalkeeper and representative Matías Grande is approaching this year’s Olympic Games in Paris, France, after having dominated the third stage of the National Selective of the specialty that took place at the facilities of the National Center for the Development of Sports Talents and High Performance in the country’s capital.

Grande and 15 more competitors from the recurve modality in both branches converged at the CNAR to find the 12 finalists who seek to integrate the tricolor team that, in addition to attending the summer competition, will also be present in the World Championship and in the series of World Cups.

From start to finish, “Guanajua” was dominant and with a total of 231 units they put ground in the middle in relation to their closest pursuers who were Carlos López from Queretaro and Bruno Martínez from Coahuila with 177 and 123 points, respectively. Others who also advanced to the final filter from March 5 to 10 were the Baja California native and Olympic medalist in Tokyo 2020, Luis “El Abuelo” Álvarez, as well as the New Leon native Emilio Treviño and the Quintana Roo native Saúl Pech.

Likewise, in the women’s branch, Alejandra Valencia from Sonora continued ahead with whom, by the way, Matías Grande is a partner in the mixed team event, as did Ángela Ruiz and Ana Paula Vázquez from Coahuila, Aída Román from Puebla and Mariana Avitia from Monterrey. and Valentina Vázquez.

It should be noted that Grande Kalionchiz has practically both feet in her first Olympics, having obtained a place for the country in the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile, where she even climbed to the podium twice, winning silver in individual and bronze with Valencia Trujillo .

2024-02-17 22:18:00
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