The moment the Spanish swimming had been waiting for for many years finally happened this Tuesday in Budapest. Hugo Gonzalez de Oliveira The Bronze European in the final 50 times. This is the first flash of a 22-year-old Mallorca swimmer, who was expected to blow up in major competition after being a four-time Junior World Champion, but so far has not been able to show his level at an elite event.
Bronze Hugo Gonzales Came with a Spain’s record (24.47) in a Russian test Clement Kolesnikov He broke the world record again with 23.80, just as he had done the day before. Silver went to Roman Robert Andre Galenta With 24.42.
“I’m still in the process of realizing what happened, but the truth is that he is very happy that he had his best too,” explained Hugo Gonzalez as soon as the final match ended. “He has already said he has arrived very well, but this lasts eight days and we have to keep going,” added the Balearic swimmer, who scored two more tests in Budapest, 100 back and 200 styles. He will be competing in Tokyo
With a great start and reaction time, the Canoe-competing swimmer who has studied in the past two seasons and trains in the US has shown that he reached the Hungarian date in a fantastic moment, and has done well in North America. Theater with a guaranteed place for games.
Hugo Gonzales By one hundred of the record Ashwin Wildeboyer Established in the 2009 World Cup in Rome, breaking the black streak. If women have supported Spanish swimming in recent European editions (the last medal was the silver medal by Jessica Fall in 2018 in Glasgow), it has been 21 years since a Spanish swimmer ascended to the podium: the last one was David Ortega In Helsinki, a gold medal in the 100 backstroke is a specialty that has long been a mantra for Spanish swimming.