Today Tamaulipas – Sports in Mexico Kelly Majorada is referring to the World Diving Championships in Canada

The athlete from Jalisco remains very motivated to search for a place in the national team and thus compete in the duel in Montreal; SHARE DETAILS WITH CONADE

Mexican submarine Kelly Majorada shows off her CONADE Nationals medals

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Mexico City. – After her impressive performance at the CONADE 2022 Nationals, Team Jalisco Kelly Camila Majorada Hernandez She is excited to continue her preparation in search of a place on the national team and to represent Mexico at the World Diving Championships which will be played in Montreal, Canada.

trained by slavers Fernanda Gonzalezthe highest medalist in the national competition, with seven gold medals, revealed to the National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports (CONADE), that the goal now is to reach the World Cup in Canada, where she will strive to be on the podium.

One of the goals, after the Patriots, is to strive to attend this year’s World Cup. I want to get a medal and let’s go get it‘, via the 14-year-old diver.

The contestant added that the global competition will be held at the end of this year and there is plenty of time to do a good preparation to win the place in a selection scheduled to be in October at a place to be determined.

Kelly Camila Majorada arrived in diving at the age of 11, and she made her debut in 2018, at the then-called National Olympics, held in Quintana Roo where she won gold and bronze.

Then in 2019, he made his international debut with the Junior Pan American Championships in Arizona, adding a pair of bronzes on both the singles and synchro podiums.

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He noted that training is a bit complicated because each competition has a different setting and more so when it comes to a competition like the World Cup, where the demand is high because it will be presented before some of the best in the world. .

The World Specialty Championships will be held in Montreal, Canada, from 27 November to 4 December.

“The results have been achieved thanks to the effort in training, but of course the support of my family and the dedication my coach shows in every session to improve the jumps.“, pointed out.

The Diver is part of a new generation of Mexican divers seeking to continue the winning tradition in international events such as that started by the legendary Joaquín Capella and continued to date with notable Olympic medalists such as Ivan Garcia, Alejandra Orozco, German Sanchez, Paola Espinosa and Alejandra Orozco.

He added that one of the other goals is to reach the Olympics, and although thinking about Paris 2024 is premature, the task of getting to the Los Angeles Expo 2028.

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