“ Resilience is the ability to overcome daily adversities, no matter what. It took me 4 years to get my first Grand Slam title First achieved in black belt (black belt). Go ahead and fight for what you want! It was the message he chose Pablo Sinks To express his happiness after winning his first world title.
A jiu-jitsu fighter told how he lived those weeks in Abu Dhabi, where he traveled for the fourth time to participate in international competitions, and after a hard week in which he knocked out local medals in the Grand Slam tournaments, he removed his fork and He won the absolute world championships in the world for a weight class of up to 77 kg.
However, he keeps his profile low and ensures that he does not know if he can be ranked as the greatest title Argentina has achieved in the discipline. “I don’t want to take credit for any other achievement. There are many people who did a lot for the countryHe also expressed in an interview with Clarin newspaper, in which he recounted how he trained in moments of strict lockdown.
“eIn my home garage. At first, when I started, I belonged to a team and then stopped training there for personal reasons (…) We made a small investment to be able to have Olympic weights and tape and also to be able to do physical exercises. Pablo, 25, who was named W. $ 10,000 prize, April 10.
“Madness … a dream … this is how it all started and continues to move towards new paths. I will not say that I am surprised because it is not a coincidence,” I worked a lot for this, but I feel inside satisfaction After his dedication to the United Arab Emirates, he said that all efforts and sacrifices are bearing fruit. “
At the dedication event, he defeated Lavasili in the semifinals Adriano Araujo, Where he stayed with the match by 5 to 2, and in the final he saw faces Espen Matisen, Whom he defeated 5-4, avenging the previous days’ defeat, as he was disqualified for the medals.
The athlete got 400 points For winning the international competition, which is what currently places him in the center Twenty-first in the world, twenty-first in South America, and first in Argentina. Looking at this, he makes it clear that his idea is to fight until he is 35 years old, and he knows that in order to improve him, he must face new challenges in Brazil and the United States.
“My focus is 100% on BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) and I would like to have a sports career for several years. After that, I would like to have a good academy with my friends, where I can build champions for future generations. This will be the last of my dreams,”