María José Alcalá hopes that Orozco and Agúndez retain their Olympic place

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The president of the Mexican Olympic Committee, María José Alcalásaid that he will talk with the diving technical commission so that they are granted Olympic places to the Pan American medalists Gabriela Agúndez and Alejandra Orozco.

The silver medalists at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games won an Olympic place at the last World Championship in Fukuoka and yesterday they won the gold and silver medals, respectively, at the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile.

“I have to submit it to the diving technical commission so that they can consider giving the place to Gaby and Ale, who I hope are not denied.

“I think it is very clear the level and capacity, strength, and confidence with which the girls compete. I would most like those places to be available for them. I am going to talk to the technical commission and I hope that before the Games end It has already been decided,” Alcalá said after watching the Pan American medalists' test.

“It's something very important, Ale and I we have been winning the national selectionsnot only the synchronized one, I have been national champion for three years and I think that this competition was just one more example that here we continue not taking our finger off the line, that we continue preparing and We have a dream to fulfill and it is called the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. and we want to be participating there, the truth is that we have to wait for news and the truth is that today I feel very happy,” said the gold medalist, Agúndez.


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