News : L’Hospitalet remains firm with Adapted Athletics
On October 31, the “15è. L’Hospitalet International Meeting – Gran Premi Sauleda ”.
One more year, L’Hospitalet continues faithful to its commitment to adapted athletics and next Saturday, October 31, the “15è. L’Hospitalet International Meeting – Gran Premi Sauleda”At the“ Complex Esportiu Municipal de L’Hospitalet Nord ”.
There is no doubt that this edition of the L’Hospitalet International Athletics Meeting is different, since the difficulty for the attendance of athletes from other countries and the limitation of public attendance at the stadium is a reality.
On the other hand, it has been a new challenge for a team used to learning from the lessons of Paralympic athletes trained to overcome barriers and face new challenges, as this is the Paralympic spirit.
The organizing team, under the maximum sanitary security measures, wants this event to be a point and follow the reality that we are living, favoring the return to the slopes and the achievement of the objectives set by each of them.
The current medical demands have made the presence of foreign athletes lower than usual this year, but the best national athletes will give the maximum possible show with their eyes set on the Tokyo 2021 Paralympic Games. L’Hospitalet is one of the few opportunities they have to achieve this.
Athletes with international medals and even World Records will not miss the appointment. Sara Andres will try to repeat the records achieved last year in the long jump (although at this time she is the recordwoman in 100 meters), accompanied by the best current athletes at the state level how Martín Parejo, Xavier Porras, Sara Martínez or Meritxell Playà with the intention of achieving the minimums for the Games or for the European Championships.
Do not forget the local athletes, those who wear the L’Hospitalet Atletisme jersey, as the runners-up of the World Yassine Ouhdadi and Mari Carmen Paredes in 5000 meters and marathon in category T12 respectively, Iván Soriano, Laia Fabra or Iván Hernández.
One more year L’Hospitalet Atletisme and the Pere Suñé Foundation once again demonstrate their commitment to adapted athletics by maintaining their Míting, which is considered one of the top European benchmarks.
For more information, visit http://www.hospitaletparaathletics.cat.