Marta Fernández leads Castilla y León in the National Autonomies – CyL Adapted Sport
The Paralympic swimmer, along with thirteen other swimmers, participates in this weekend's competition in Madrid
Luis Huerta and Unai Hontiyuelo from Valladolid, last-minute casualties due to injury
The selection of Castile and Leon will participate this weekend in the Spanish Adapted Swimming Championship for Autonomous Teams in Madrid.
The regional team participates in the M-86 Swimming Center pool event with fourteen athletes, including the Paralympian Marta Fernández.
The team of the Federation of Adapted Sports of Castilla y León (Fedeacyl) has had to regret the last-minute casualties of two of its most outstanding swimmers, Luis Huerta and Unai Hontiyuelo from Valladolid, both injured.
Even so, the Castilian and Leonese team travels to Madrid with a very competitive team, which combines youth and international experience, with all the flashes on the figure of Fernández Infante, who will compete with the best Paralympic swimmers in the country.
Along with her, Ángela Esteban, Petar Ivailov, Olga Zuzanna, Geles Lebrato, Julia Campo, Andrea Salamanca, Jesús Catalina, Yasser del Bosque and Celia López; Alejandro Matesanz and Marcos Pérez from Palencia; David Cubillas from Leon; and Pablo Rodríguez from Soriano.
The Spanish Paralympic Swimming Championship by Regional Teams will be attended by 213 athletes, and will be held in the morning and afternoon this Saturday; and tomorrow, Sunday.