A judge ultimately ruled in favor of the artistic swimming selection and they can receive their scholarships and financial support from Conade.
The Mexican artistic swimming selection won “final” protection against the Conade in which Mexican athletes can receive their scholarships and financial support without obstacles, according to documents to which they had access ESPN.
read swimmer Artist groups had applied for protection Conade since May 2023 and received an “interim” sentence, giving the panel led by Ana Gabriela Guevara time to react and overturn the judge’s decision.
On September 12, 2023, according to a document signed by Judge Agustín Tello Espíndola of the Eleventh District of Administrative Affairs in Mexico City, to which he had access ESPN the “final ban” is declared in favor of the Mexican athletes.
Before the lawsuit, the artistic swimmers had taken various measures to raise funds and continue their preparations for the year Olympic Games Paris 2024. They launched a range of swimsuits and sold various items, which drew a response from the owner Conade Ana Gabriela Guevara.
“To me they sell underwear, swimsuits, Avon or Tupperware, but they and their sneakers are debtors. “We gave them 40 million pesos and they did not justify it,” commented Ana Gabriela Guevara on this occasion. “They and their coaches are debtors. We gave them 40 million pesos and they didn’t justify it. The artistic swimming team, the athletes are debtors within the Conade for two million pesos from the 2016-2018 fiscal year that they could not verify.”
The is in temporary protection Conade had agreed to restore support “by court order,” as Ana Guevara accepted in an interview with ESPN and must now move forward with providing scholarships and funding after the final decision has been made.
After the action of artistic swimmers Several athletes followed the same path, hoping to win back their scholarships and financial aid to continue their preparation Paris 2024.
For now that is Mexican artistic swimming selection “finally” defeated Conade in court.