Eager to make people laugh and without disowning his past with Tricicle, Carles Sans celebrates being... alone at last! A sentiment that’s the name of his first solo performance, ‘¡Por fin solo!’, which will tour theatres across Spain.
After the Tokyo Olympic Games, Ray Zapata considered quitting. Now, less than a year away from the Paris Olympics, the only thing on this Dominican-Spaniard gymnast’s mind is flying high again, why not?
The Spanish female tennis team, captained by Anabel Medina and made up by Paula Badosa, Sara Sorribes, Rebeka Masárová, Cristina Bucșa and Marina Bassols, dreams of winning the Billie Jean King Cup (BJK Cup) in Seville.
This completely blind Paralympic athlete dreams of winning his third Paralympic gold medal in Paris and, to make that dream come true, he admits that mental health is just as important as physical health, if not more so. A graduate in Psychology, he defends the value of this science in sport.
Race walking, a quintessential discipline in athletics —and an Olympic sport since 1908— is in danger. One of the most talented race walkers in Spain, Diego Gª Carrera, admits as much. But all is not lost.
When Rodrigo Conde, a rower, gave up on the Olympic Games, it changed his life. For good. Now, after leaving behind the lightweight category, which forced him to take his body to the limit, he dreams of stepping on the podium in Paris.
The gold Alberto Ginés won at the Tokyo Olympics turned him into a star overnight. When this climber stepped out of the spotlight, he returned to his training sessions with one main goal: to get motivated again.
This athlete knows exactly what overcoming obstacles is like, and this judoka is used to falling down and getting back up again. Their respective sports have built their characters and turned them into the people they are today.
Paralympic swimmer Sarai Gascón has added four more medals —one gold and three bronze— (and counting) to her extensive collection during the recent World Championships held in Manchester. Her next goal? Winning the gold in Paris.
The Spanish basketball team will attend the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup held in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia with both feet firmly on the ground, according to Willy Hernangómez and Joel Parra. But that doesn’t keep them from dreaming of winning again.
Both Gerard Descarrega and Rodrigo Conde are among the elite of their respective sports: para-athletics and rowing. But neither of them competes alone, this athlete runs alongside his sighted guide and this rower, alongside his teammate.