Mexico City (apro). – One day before traveling to Europe to participate in the World Cup Trampoline Gymnastics World Cup Series, the National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports (CONADI) informed gymnast Daphne Navarro that they will not pay all of your expenses during your stay in Italy and Portugal.
Gymnast Tabata, ranked 13 in the world rankings, is seeking to be ranked in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which is why she must compete on June 2 in Italy and June 23 in Portugal.
The project approved by Conade was that after the first competition, Navarro would move to Portugal and hold a training camp there (June 7-22) while awaiting the second competition.
In this way, air travel expenses will be avoided and the player will spend more time in airports and planes where she can contract COVID-19.
Although she is looking for her Olympic ticket, Daphne Navarro has not received the vaccine against COVID-19, unlike athletes from non-Olympic disciplines or who will not be going to Tokyo who have already been vaccinated at Konadi’s request.
With plans changed, he must now return to Guadalajara, the city in which he resides. However, the facilities in which he trains will be filled as it will be used at the National Conade Games, as well as to host the Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
The Jalisco Athletic Institute (COD) agreed to host both events because it knew Daphne Navarro would be in Europe.
A month ago, Jalisco’s law backed Navarro with 70,000 pesos for a three-week tour of the US since Konadi asked the athlete not to give her money for it either. He also did not want to provide a physical therapist to treat plantar fasciitis the gymnast is accusing of.