The years pass and the sport in Sonora does not decline, it only grows and flourishes with each new talent that, based on work, dedication and effort, makes its way through the difficult world of the different disciplines in which they compete.
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Despite the fact that our entity has countless athletes, of all ages, today we present to you a small part of those who have put Sonora at the top of each national and international event in which they participate and already have competitions in 2022.
We cannot begin a list, however short, without first mentioning Sonora’s most successful and recognized athlete in recent years.
The archer and bronze medalist from the last Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 started this year on the right foot, as she not only qualified for the 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador, but she also did this with great precision in her arrows.
The Hermosillo native earned her ticket both individually and for the women’s teams at the last Copa Puerto Rico, where she won gold and silver respectively.
Additionally, the Pan American multi-medallist is preparing in the women’s recurve triplet for the second leg of the 2022 Archery World Cup, to be held in Antalya, Turkey, from April 18-24.
The weightlifter from Obregon is living one of her best moments in her career, because at 20 she is already considered one of the best weightlifters in the country in her category.
Guillén started his 2022 on the right foot, as he secured his ticket to the Specialty World Cup and in overwhelming fashion.
The young woman was one of three from Sonora who surpassed her division (59 kilograms), lifting a total of 206 kg (93 in the snatch and 113 in the clean and jerk), sweeping the three gold medals and being named best weightlifter. of the competition.
Guillén Vázquez said she was happy with this start and one of her biggest dreams is to be able to compete and win a medal at the Olympic Games.
“I aspire to have my own physiotherapy clinic, that would be one of my goals and also qualifying for the Olympics and winning a gold medal is my biggest motivation. It would also be to fight, I’m inside, again”, he specified for The Sun of Hermosillo.
“Since I was little, as if my parents also noticed it, I have always had a strong character, but I feel that it is because since I was little I have clear objectives”, a- she added.
The Magdalena de Kino professional footballer continues to show that he is one of the best goalkeepers in the Liga de Expansión MX.
The historic goalkeeper of the Cimarrones de Sonora has played the 13 games of the current Clausura 2022 tournament, all of them as starters, accumulating every minute (1,170) and even has a goal and an assist.
Espinoza is one of the players who has worn the Sonora jersey for the most matches, since his debut in the distant Apertura 2013 in the second division, however, his professional career began in 2007 in the third division with Heroes of Caborca.
According to the specialized site Transfermarkt, the 31-year-old goalkeeper is worth 500 thousand euros.
Despite the fact that Jesús Tonatiú López had to change his plans a bit due to the European conflicts that kept him away from some competitions on the Old Continent, the man from Hermosillo had an excellent start to the year.
López has participated in some indoor competitions, where although they are not her specialty, she once again demonstrated why she was present at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 and continues to be one of the favorites to return. at the highest fair.
The 800 flat meter specialist, successfully completed a mini tour of the United States, where he even broke his own indoor record, stopping the clock in 1:47’72 in the Louisville, Kentucky, Series of the American Track League .Athletics.
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Currently, the Sonoran is focused for the World Championship in Athletics (First Force and Outdoors) to be held in July (15-24) in Eugene, Oregon, USA.
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