Cyclists appreciate the support of the National Police, Fedosi and Copadom for their achievements in this exciting sport
After qualifying for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, veteran cyclist José Franck Rodríguez, a member of the national police cycling team, thanked the support provided by his organization, the Dominican Cycling Federation (Fedosi) and the Dominican Paralympic Committee (COPADOM).
In this regard, the world and Paralympic bronze medalist from Lima, Peru thanks the Institution of Order and all the support provided by his coach Rison Govannil Felix, who prepared and supervised him throughout his career as a Paralympic runner. Have been doing
“I feel very grateful for the support that the National Police, an organization in which I hold the rank of second lieutenant, have given me, as well as the excellent and self-sacrificing coach Rison Felix, also known as Van Goes,” he insisted.
Rodríguez, who is also part of the prestigious Inteza-Dogalosi team, admitted that without the support of the National Police’s Directorate of Sports, he would not have been able to pursue a successful career in the sport of hoops and paddles.
“I am eternally grateful to the Director General of Police, Major General Alberto Than, and the Director of Sports, Colonel Jacobo Mateo Moqueté, and to that institution, because they are aware of my work, not only as a uniformed athlete, but also as a Dominican in Paralympic events. as a representative of the Republic.
The prominent master cyclist also thanked the Ministry of Sports and Recreation (Midrec) which offered him unconditional support.
Among the achievements and commitments of José Frank Rodríguez is his integration as a high-performance athlete in the National Police for more than 20 years and still is; Chile secured a place for the Para Pan American Games in 2023, the Paralympic Games in Paris 2024 and the Para-cycling World Championships in 2023 (Molivo Press).