October 03, 2013 | Latin America: Mexico

First Special Olympics State Swimming Tournament in Mexico, Baja California

By Paola Martinelli

Aquatics and Synchronized Swimming Athletes

About 70 athletes from Ensenada, Tecate, and a large group of swimmers from San Diego and Tijuana, gathered at the premises of the "Tiger Club" a Special Olympics affiliate in Mexico, Baja California. The event had the presence of  the "Sirens Special", Cinthya, Rocio and Daverád, a synchronized swimming team in Mexico City, who delighted the audience with their display. It had the support of Scotiabank volunteers who supported the organizing committee and were outstanding athletes.

About Paola Martinelli: National Director, Communications & Marketing
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