Chihuahuan swimmer Pinka Melissa Rodriguez began her tour of Europe in search of the A-sign for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, as she climbed this weekend to the podium in Monaco by taking second place in the 100m breaststroke race.
The citizen of the capital of Chihuahua finished the test in a time of 08.5: 1, and remained one second behind the Olympic mark after being suspended by the silver medal in “Marie Nostrum”, in Monte Carlo, a district of the Principality of Monaco.
Bianca’s best score in this Olympic Games is 1: 07.32 and he achieved it two years ago in California, USA.
It is worth noting that the same swimmer said that she was satisfied with this result, hoping to give the time required to be present directly at the next Olympic exhibition, where the next competition will definitely be the Mare Nostrum Series Canet-En-Roussillon in France, on June 9 and 10.
Thus, Byanca is looking for a direct pass to the Olympics, but for that he has to look for Brand A, otherwise he will have to go to Tokyo to take frequent tests and find a place in the finals.
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