It was announced on Tuesday that the city of Guadalajara will host the world’s most important para swimmers series from October 5 to 8 at the Metropolitan Aquatic Complex.
Mexico will be the penultimate stop of the tournament City Swimming World Championshipsa tournament that improves personal bests and adds points to the world rankings for athletes with special needs looking to punch their ticket to the World Championships. Santiago American GamesAnd Chile, of course Paralympic Games Paris 2024.
In a press conference and in the presence of Mexican sports bodies such as Ana Gabriela GuevaraGeneral Manager of Konade and Fernando OrtegaGeneral Director Jalisco codeIt was announced on Tuesday that Guadalajara will host the most important series for disabled swimmers in the world From 5 to 8 October At the Metropolitan Aquarium.
“I am very proud that the Metropolitan Complex is once again ready to host an international event hosting 19 countries. This World Championship has allowed us to see some of our athletes love it.” Marcos Zarate, Arnulfo Castorena and Francesca Bravo “Showing themselves internationally and being seen at home will undoubtedly be an inspiration to new generations, showing that Jalisco’s DNA can transcend and achieve great results,” Ortega said.
“Once again, Mexico is proud and honored to have Guadalajara at home, this great special place not only for its history, culture and riches, but also for being a great reference for our country at the international level. Guadalajara has become a sporting capital at all levels,” Guevara said.
243 athletes from different countries will participate in Guadalajara Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, United States, Spain, Honduras, Ireland, Nigeria, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Nigeria.
Likewise, the Secretary of the Social Assistance System, Alberto Esquier, highlighted this Athletes in Jalisco who win a medal, regardless of the category or color of the medal, will receive an additional financial incentive for what they need.
“Within the programs established by the Promotion Secretariat, we decided to create an additional incentive for Paralympic athletes in Jalisco who receive a medal, as they can receive an income of 40,000 pesos to move forward in whatever they decide,” Esquer added.
Entry to this competition will be completely free and Jalisco citizens are expected to participate to motivate local and national athletes.