The first day of the IX Adapted Swimming League of Castilla y León brings together more than a hundred swimmers
The double headquarters houses fifteen community clubs and international athletes Marta Fernández and Luis Huerta
The ninth edition of the Adapted Swimming League of Castilla y León started last weekend in Burgos and Zamora with more than a hundred participants.
The double venue, according to geographical criteria, hosted fifteen community clubs and the best Castilian and Leonese swimmers, including Paralympians Marta Fernández and Luis Huerta.
In the Burgos headquarters, or northern zone, the local clubs CD Estela, CD Autismo y Deporte, CD Puentesaúco, CD Sonrisas and CD Las Calzadas participated, to which the Palencia clubs of San Cebrián and Mundo Azul joined. Along with them, Impulso Global, from Soria; and CD Venatoria, from León.
For their part, in Zamora, they participated alongside local Seña Bermeja, CD Duero Zamora and CD Virgen de la Vega (Benavente), CD Fusion de Valladolid, Asprona Valladolid and Apadefim Segovia.
Among the athletes, the presence of swimmers from CD Fusion stands out, a leading club that has many of the promises of this discipline in the community. Promises and realities, like the Paralympians Luis Huerta and Marta Fernández, internationals with the Spanish team and standard bearer of the Paralympic team in the case of the Burgos woman. Both are also the current champions of a competition that has become the best platform for the dissemination and promotion of Castilian and Leonese swimmers.
The Adapted Swimming League of Castilla y León is divided into two days and a third that meets its final status for all those swimmers who qualify for it in the previous tests.
The second day will take place in the month of January in Segovia and Palencia.
The best of these two days will get the ticket for the final of the Swimming League that will be held on Saturday, February 24 at the CTD Río Esgueva pool in Valladolid.