After a very relaxed year with little competitive activity, Aranza Vazquez Montaño prepares for his comeback with an eye on qualifying for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games and fulfilling his commitments with the University of North Carolina diving team Is.
The athlete said that “It was a very quiet year, I took it very easy because I knew that 2023 would be very heavy with competitions looking for a pass in Paris, it would be very important that I do well in the qualifiers and Also the results are positive in para that everything points towards the objective we seek”.
Aranza Vázquez, who took sixth individual place at Tokyo 2020, joins his coach Johandy Núñez to analyze synchronized diving’s potential to collapse, as they evaluate potential candidates to partner with.
For now, she said she is already preparing for her first important competitions in February and March with the Carolina team, determined to regain her best physical shape, which she will compete in October in Santiago de Chile. Will be able to reach its first participation in the upcoming Pan American Games. of this year.
Following the retirement of Southern Californian and two-time Olympic medalist, Paola Espinosa, Aranja Vazquez played herself as a strong candidate to take over that spot on the national team, but it took a qualifier to ensure her spot. Will depend on his results and then win the place where he will allow him to reach his second participation in the 2024 Summer Fair in Paris.