the Morelense Paulin Alanis, the Baja Californian Joseph Albert Cano and the Jalisco Daniela Lopez they took the first medals in swimming, after the actions in Baja California within the CONADE 2022 Nationals, of the National Commission of Physical Culture and Sports.
In the 400-meter freestyle test, in the 17-18 category, Paulín Alanís made good predictions to win the gold medal with a time of 4:25.81 minutes, in an owner with the potosina Danna Perez (4:28.06) and Maya Moreno from Querétaro (4:30.71).
In the same category and event, but in the men’s branch, Baja California made it 1-2 with José Alberto Cano and Alán González with a time of 3:54.41 and 4:04.95 seconds in that order. The bronze was held by Josué Hernández from Querétaro (4:05.88).
And in the 100-meter breaststroke (17-18), Daniela López from Jalisco became the monarch with a time of 1:15.77 minutes, Eréndira Ledesma from Querétaro came second (1:16.65) and Gretta García from Michoacan third ( 1:17.24).
Regarding the 100-meter breaststroke (17-18), Nuevo Leon Rubén Cantú was the winner by stopping the clock in 1:06.08 minutes to leave Nathani Ochoa from Mexico (1:06.92) and Guillermo Cepeda from Potosí with silver and bronze. (1:07.32).
Jalisco stays with titles in youth and junior women’s water polo
While in the actions of water polo in Baja California Sur, the representation of Jalisco kept the title in Water Polo in the youth and junior women’s categories. In the first he won the gold by winning 10-6 against Nuevo León.
As long as Michoacan He kept the bronze medal, in an intense game that forced the penalty shootout, by defeating the cast of Aguascalientes by a 16-14 scoreboard and thereby repeating the metal achieved in the 2021 sports contest.
In the junior women’s division, Jalisco was once again first by beating Aguascalientes in the final 11-9 and Nuevo León finished third by beating Guanajuato 18-10. At the same time as in children’s boys, Nuevo León takes the gold, followed by Jalisco and Guanajuato.
And in female children, Aguascalientes took the place of honor, second in Nuevo León and third in Jalisco.