Aged 24, the individual bronze medalist at the Barranquilla 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games still has lots of unfulfilled dreams, but she recognizes that now ‘the most important thing is to maintain social isolation’ and ‘stop the Covid-19 disease’, exclusively told Prensa Latina.
Near her awards temple, a room with more than 50 medals, the sportswoman recalled that ‘this year she hoped to be in the Olympic final in Tokyo’; however, the pandemic ruined her resolutions and new ways of seeing life occupied her thoughts.
‘My current way of competing is to be with my family’, she indicated on social networks. ‘The planet is not going through its best moment, but I continue training and I invite you to stay home and enjoy your family time, anywhere’, she added.
Cuba extended the total pause period of its sports calendar until July 31, as part of the preventive measures to cope with the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus, which hits about 180 countries. (Latin Press)