MAZATLÁN._ After surpassing her personal records in the 2021 Desert Challenge Games and the Mexican Para Athletics Open, the parathlete Yenifer Rodríguez focuses on a possible edition of the 2021 Conade Nationals for Adapted Sports.
Rodríguez Vizcarra stood out in Phoenix, Arizona, after hanging a gold in shot impulse, with a mark of 2.71 meters, and a bronze in club throw, with 10.61 meters, in the F32 category.
“I did very well, I gave very good results, my greatest competition was myself because I had to surpass the mark I set in Phoenix in Monterrey. I am proud of myself and of the teacher Juan Castellanos, who was always at the foot of the canyon with me ”, she said after making a thank you visit to the director of the Municipal Sports Institute, Jorge Palomino Rodríguez.
In Monterrey, Nuevo León, the medalist established marks of 3.20 meters in bullet momentum and 11.89 meters in nail, to win the gold and silver medals, respectively.
“Everything came together, everything went very well, I feel super happy and excited for what is coming, we are going to prepare for the Conade Nationals of Adapted Sports in case they take place,” she commented.
The director of the Municipal Institute of Sports confirmed the support of the Government of Mazatlán to continue reaping successes in his career within adapted sports.
“I am very grateful for all the support you gave me. The welcome I had with Mr. Palomino was spectacular. I am very grateful to him for all the support he gave me ”.