Almost full of podiums. He competed in eight trials, and has returned with seven medals, in addition to a three Castilla-La Mancha record. Iris Egudo has climbed to the roof with a stellar performance at the Virtus European Games in Krakow, Poland, helping the Spanish team become one of the delegations with the most metals cut. Yepps’ swimmer is already puzzling. It exists and is at its best, although it gives the feeling that it still has room for improvement.
The Toledo woman won absolute gold in three relay events in which she competed with the rest of the Spanish team: Camino Martínez, Eloy Molina and Guillermo Gracia. He climbed to the top of the podium in the 4×100 medley, 4×50 medley and 4×50 free medley.
For the rest, at the individual level, participation began with a silver in the 50 m butterfly, in which, in addition, Yepera achieved his first Castilla-La Mancha record of the event with 45.08. She had already scored against him in the first round, but she defeated herself in the final. She also got the 100 free, where she was third with a time of 1:24.91.
Iris Agudo won another bronze in the 100 butterfly, with a regional record: 1:47.54, while she also collected another medal, bronze, in the 50 free, although she could no longer beat the best record in Castilla-La Mancha. . It was on a Saturday, with five days of competition already in place, but importantly, he didn’t get off the podium. Where he came close to achieving it was a few hundredths from second and third in the 50 butterfly.
The European Games have been the third consecutive medal-winning event for Agudo, after the 2019 INAS Global Games in Brisbane (Australia), where he won one gold and one bronze; and the Vertus World Cup in Montlucon (France) in December 2021.