Test was carried out in the categories 13-14, 15-17 and over 18 years as part of the tribute to Abel Gilbert, a member of the The 4 Musketeers team.
The relay teams of the Club Diana Quintana (CDQ), Pichincha Swimming Club Y Poseidon they dominated the 200 meters freestyle; while the CDQ itself, together with the Nautical, Pichincha Swimming and Poseidón seized the titles in the combined 200-meter relay events.
In the competition of the 200 meters combined, ladies, category 13-14 years, the victory went to the CDQ who participated with Luciana Roman, Nayhel Juice, Laila gordillo Y Karla Baquerizo; For its part, in men the victory went to Pichincha Swimming Club, which had on the platform Fidel Padilla, David Llerena, Ariel Maigua and Matías Espín.
For its part, in the 15-17 years, ladies, the CDQ once again climbed to the top of the podium by arriving first with Evelyn Ronquillo, Jasmine Jimenez, Maria Jose Hincapié Y Norkis Valenzuela; in the same category but in men it was the Nautical Club that took the crown with Rafael Gonzalez, Isaac Contreras, Nicolás Velasco and Ricardo Armas.
The 18+ year test left the CDQ as champion among the ladies and was represented by Kristy Castro, Doménica Asanza, María Fernanda Pardo and Nayell Ríos; In men the victory went to the Poseidon club that had in the water Francisco León, César Paltan, Miguel Armijos and Iván Enderica.
200 free meters
In the 200-meter freestyle relays, the CDQ once again stood out, this time in the 13-14 year-old category, first on the podium with Luciana Roman, Nayhely Juice, Laila gordillo Y Karla Baquerizo; For its part, the men’s test was favorable for Pichincha Swimming Club, which was represented by Fidel Padilla, David Llerena, Ariel Maigua and Matías Espín.
The hosts once again prevailed in the tournament. This time he climbed to the top of the podium by winning the relays 15-17 years with Evelyn Ronquillo, Jazmín Jiménez, María José Hincapié and Norkis Valenzuela; In men, the victory was taken by the Nautical club that had in the game at Rafael González, Isaac Contreras, Nicolás Velasco and Ricardo Armas.
For its part, the category over 18 years old ladies left the CDQ as the only winner with Kristy Castro, Doménica Asanza, María Fernanda Pardo and Nayeli Ríos; while in men Poseidón took the gold medal with Francisco León, César Paltan, Miguel Armijos and the experienced Iván Enderica.
In the individual events of the third day Maria Emilia Leon, of Dolphins, reached the gold medal in 13-14 years of the 50 meters breaststroke; while in males the victory went to Daniel Pérez, de Unat.
The Pichincha Swimming Club stood out with Maria Cristina Padilla, who prevailed in the 50 chest, category 15-17 years; in males it triumphed Alvaro Villalvaby Atlantis de Ibarra.
Poseidon with Maria Jose Zarate he won the test of over 18 years and in men he won Derek Velasco, from the Dolphin club.
The 100 meters freestyle put at the top of the podium, in the 13-14 years, to Eva Marina Andrade, from the Marco Zambrano club; Y Luis Jimenez, from the CDQ; in the series 15-17 years won Daniela uyaguari, from Morona Santiago, and Alayn Pesantes, from the Manta Cantonal Sports League; while in more than 18 years the triumph went to Patricia guerrero, Poseidon, and Derek Velascoby Delfines.
In the 200-meter butterfly, the winners were Maria Emilia Leon, Dolphin, and Juan Alcívarby Unat; while in 15-17 they won Camila Molina, from Nautical, and Ariel troyaby Educoach; and in more than 18 years, Nayeli Rios, from the CDQ, and Miguel Armyby Poseidon. (D)
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