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Paola Espinosa: Announces her retirement one of the most winning athletes in the history of Mexico

The sports career of one of the most important and winning athletes in the history of our country ended.

It’s about the Mexican diver Paola Espinosawho this Monday, May 9, officially announced that It will end her stage as an active competitor.

“I want to announce that I am officially saying goodbye to the trampolines, to the platforms. More than 28 years of experience with many ups and downs, with great happiness and many incredible moments that I spent in the pool, where in any competition I stood in had a medal or achieved a life goal, And that makes me feel really good.”

“They were Central American Games, Pan American Games, World and Olympic Championships, so I am very proud of myself and the path I traveled, for all that history that I wrote alone“, commented the multi-medallist in the Olympic Games.

Paola was not included in the Mexican delegation that played the last summer fair in Tokyo 2020, but despite this, the Mexican marked the history of our sport by being Olympic medalist in Beijing 2008 (bronze) and London 2012 (silver).

In addition, Espinosa was chosen three times as the winner of the National Sports Awardand among other achievements, the fact that she is the top Mexican medalist in World Championships of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) stands out.

Two Olympic medals, 13 Pan American Games medals and nine Central American Games medals They are just a part of Paola Espinosa’s track record.




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