CODA achieves seven medals in adapted swimming
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He Huelva Club of Adapted Sports (CODA) completed a notable participation in the Championship of Spain for Adapted Swimming, organized by FEDDI (Spanish Sports Federation for People with Intellectual Disabilities) and played this past weekend in Torrevieja (Alicante), where its 12 representatives have obtained remarkable results, with a balance of seven medals, four of them silver and three bronze, in addition to improving brands and collecting points for the club in the national ranking.
the swimmer Maria Leandroin the S15 category, won the silver medal in the 200-meter freestyle and 200-meter freestyle, and with bronze in the 50-meter freestyle, as well as a creditable fourth place in the 100 freestyle; fernando delgado he won the silver medal in the 400 free and an honorable fifth place in the 100 free (s15 category); and Alexander Martin he achieved bronze in the 50 backstroke in s17.
On the other hand, in the S14 category, our swimmer Rocio Garridowho, in her debut in the Spanish championship, did it in a big way, getting a bronze in the 50-meter backstroke, and a silver in the 200-meter backstroke, as well as being fourth in the 50-meter freestyle and fifth in the 100-meter backstroke.
Likewise, Paula Márquez (s15) managed to reach the final in the style in which she is best, the 50-meter backstroke, and Fernando Delgado, Miguel Alonso, Serafín Griñolo and Alejandro Hernández, all of them in the s15 Down category, achieved a meritorious fourth place, which makes it even more relevant considering that we have been one of the few teams to have representation in that category.
Great role of the rest of the CODA runners
Although they did not achieve any metal, the rest of the CODA representatives completed a great role, with notable improvements in their personal records, such as Natalia González, while Juan Antonio Caero, Álvaro Macías and Daniel Pinzón had a great championship contributing with their points to the men’s team rises to the twelfth place and the feminine to sixth of the classification of the 54 participating clubs. In total, a total of 259 swimmers have participated, 174 in the male category and 84 in the female category.
The CODA club returns very satisfied with the achievement of these results and would like to give special thanks to the work of its coaches. Pepe Griñón and Antonio Picón.
The club codasupported by Orthopedics Gordillo-Sanicor Huelva, a reference assistance center in the province of Huelva, currently works with around 40 athletes, both physically and intellectually disabled, to whom it offers a social integration service through sports practice. It currently has athletes in the modalities of athletics, swimming and alpine skiing, in which it has achieved notable results, including several national, European and world titles.