Hugo González, green light to travel to the Fukuoka World Cups

Hugo González, who has not been able to participate in the Spring Open and the Mare Nostrum circuit, finally has entered the squad list to play the Fukuoka World Cups in July, which will have a massive Spanish participation. The Spaniard is one of the 22 athletes mentioned, a figure that doubles those who attended the last two World Cups, in Gwangju and Budapest, good news for swimming at the gates of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. The great absence, obviously, is that of Mireia Belmonte, who has not participated this course in any qualifying championship.

The Mallorcan swimmer achieved three minimums last weekend in the Mission Viejo Pro Swin Series (United States) not being able to travel to Barcelona due to visa problems. Hugo González, European champion and Olympic finalist, will swim the 50 and 200 backstroke and the 200 medley. Up to 12 swimmers will participate in individual tests, although the announcement clarifies that “The EN Management will assess offering classified swimmers the possibility of participating in the tests in which there are vacant places, as long as it understands that it does not affect the participation of the tests for which the selection has been achieved and they meet the criteria set. by the organization (WORLD AQUATICS) in the corresponding test”.

Emma Carrasco2005200 and 400 styles
Paula Otero2004400 and 1,500 free
angela martinez2004800 and 1,500 free
Carlos Coll2001200 stroke and 200 breaststroke
Africa Zamorano1999200 back
Hugo Gonzalez199950 and 200 back and 200 styles
Adrian Santos200250 back
Arbidel Gonzalez2002200 butterfly
carmen weiler2004100 back
Alba Vazquez2002400 styles
Jimena Perez1997800 free
Carlos Garach2004800 and 1,500 free

One of the best news has been the commitment to relays, which allows more swimmers to go to Fukuoka and, at the same time, increases competitiveness in this type of event. Spain will participate in the modalities of women’s 4×100 styles, men’s and women’s 4×200, men’s 4×100 and mixed styles 4×100. Jessica Vall, 33, will be the oldest swimmer (she was bronze at the Kazan World Cup in 2015 in the 200 breaststroke) while the youngest will be Emma Carrasco, also from CN Sant Andreu, who will swim the 200 and the 400 styles.

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4X200 free FAinhoa ​​Campabadal, Carla Carron, Paula Juste and Alba Herrero
free 4X200MCesar Castro, Carlos Quijada, Sergio de Celis and Luis Dominguez
4 x 100 free MCésar Castro, Mario Mollá, Sergio de Celis and Luis Domínguez
4 x 100 F stylesCarmen Weiler, Jessica Vall, Ainhoa ​​Campabadal and Paula Juste
4 x 100 mixed stylesCarles Coll, Carmen Weiller, Paula Juste and Luis Domínguez

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