- The entity has won three awards, standing out at a national level, due to its extraordinary performances at Conade National Games
During the journey in the highest youth sports fair in all of Mexico, the Conade 2022 National Games (National Commission of Physical Culture and Sports), Morelos has been awarded three honorary recognitions for sporting standing out from other participating states; the above, in the disciplines of tennis, 3×3 basketball and open water.
This was stated by the general director of the Institute of Sport and Physical Culture of the State of Morelos (Indem), Germán Villa Castañeda, specifying that the first award was in 3×3 basketball, because one of the four teams that competed in Culiacán, Sinaloa, that of the 2006/07 category made up of Alexa Robalo, Akemi Quiroz, Adriana Velázquez and Valeria Mundo, won gold.
Similarly, in the tennis discipline developed in Rosarito, Baja California, the entity was represented by Samantha Santiago, Ximena Acevedo, Azul López and Alexia Estrada, being the last two who took possession of the most precious metal individually in the categories 14 and 16 years of age and younger, respectively.
Germán Villa highlighted that another trophy won was in the open water discipline, since of the five swimmers who competed in Guaymas, Sonora, three climbed to the national podium: Paulina Alanís, gold in the 7.5 kilometer (K) category 16 event. -17 years old; while, in the 5K category 14-15 years of age, Regina Cuevas was bathed in gold and Jimena Figueroa in silver.
“The Conade qualifies the percentage of effectiveness, that is why Morelos gave the surprise and now boasts these badges; We owe everything to the athletes, coaches and parents, without them, none of this would have been possible, and in addition to the medals, we would not have been recognized at the national level as a power against other teams in the country”, concluded the headline of the Indem.
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Morelos is awarded for being a power in tennis, 3×3 basketball and open water