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“Mágico” González sounds again on an international scale for this reason

The Salvadoran harvest in the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships (CCCAN 2023) continued last night with several medals at the Ciudad Merliot Sports Complex, where Celina Márquez won gold, her third in this edition.

Thus, the first Salvadoran tritona to win a medal on the day was Ariana Valle, when she achieved a time of 18.09.49 minutes to win the bronze medal in the 1,500-meter freestyle, category 15-17 years.

Then, the star Celina Márquez won gold with a time of 30.05 seconds in the 50-meter backstroke, category 18 and older. She thus fulfilled the predictions after setting the best time in the qualifying rounds.

«I have three gold medals. I am super delighted, the rivalry has been intense, the truth is that I feel satisfied with the support at home. The other girls are my friends, so I enjoy it,” she said, Márquez, after they hung her metal.

Elisa Funes, for her part, won the silver medal in the 200-meter breaststroke, 18 years and older category, after clocking 2:40.83. This final heat was marked by heavy rain over the Merliot area, which made it more difficult for the swimmers.

After the storm came another local bronze of the night with Niccolo Pilenga in the 100-meter freestyle category, 11-12 years old, with a total of 57.53. The Salvadoran activity closed with the silver for Marina Spadoni in the 100-meter freestyle category 18 majors, with a time of 58.15.

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