Leon, Guanajuato. After some tests in Canada, Lyonian sprinter Edgar Ramirez confirmed his performance in the 800 metres, a test with which he seeks international event records in 2023.
Specialized in the 400m, Ramirez Rios in 2022 faced the challenge of venturing into the 800m, and at the start of the year he remained in the adaptive and cutting phase, and after six months his performance had risen to the point of competing abroad to push themselves to the limit and improve. their personal brands.
Recently, the sprinter from Lyon participated in two Tests in Canada, the first was in Vancouver where he ‘burned his legs’ at the 39th Vancouver Sun Harry Jerome International Classics held on 14th June.
In this case, he finished first in the men’s national competition with a mark of 1 minute 49 seconds and 43 hundredths, one of his greatest out-of-country victories so far this year.
His second commitment was in Victoria where he was part of the 800 Meter Run Gary Reed, a test run as part of the 2022 Victoria Track Classic. Edgar Ramirez finished fourth with a time of 1 minute 48 seconds and 21 hundredths, and she was This mark is special because it is his personal best record.
“I take the Central American mark for reference, which is 1:48.50, it is not official yet but I already have that benchmark, I ran without that mark. The intent is to give a mark to Central America, the World University Championship next year and also try to close the course looking About the mark for Americans (Santiago 2023)”, commented on El Sol de León
The runner and representative of the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon has racked up many achievements so far in 2022, among them his four gold medals in the 400, 800, men’s 4×400 and 4×400 mixed relay events.