Chihuahua’s mermaid Bianca Melissa Rodríguez Villanueva and her coach Nicolas Torres exploded against the Mexican Swimming Union (FMN). They accused abuse, negligence, partiality and Abandoned, so that their qualifications are threatened by the next Tokyo Olympics.
The athlete confirmed to USPOST her statement in the “Proceso” magazine, because she promised to try to “move the earth” in order to achieve a high level of information, because there are only two months left before the Olympics cycle, swimmers .
“People are totally uninterested. We are indifferent to the Federal President (Kiril Todorov). Many people have better results and she (Liliana Ibáñez) is supported. Okay! But why don’t we treat others like this? They did not take them away, but supported us like people with good brands. We want equality so that all of us can compete under the same conditions.” Rodriguez said.
Chihuahuan Melissa Rodríguez (Chihuahuan Melissa Rodríguez) is the best swimmer in Mexico and the world, closest to the A-level. In the 200-meter breaststroke, she was 200% short of achieving this goal.
Since FMN and Conade refused to accept their participation in the 11 games, only the team of coach Torres and swimmers Rodríguez and De Lara spent more than 2 million pesos, part of which has been paid. With the help of Chihuahua businessmen and some state or city government offices.
Coach Nicolás Torres condemned the indifference of FMN and Conade, organizations that left the fate of 14 athletes to them, and they were forced to bear the costs of seeking to reach the 2020 Tokyo Olympics mark.
Torres, Rodríguez and De Lara shouted out to companies or individuals who could support them in buying tickets, paying for accommodation and other training tools to help swimmers participate in the competition and earn A-level marks . Pass it directly to the Olympic competition.
Since March 2020, FMN Technical Coordinator David Callejas has ignored the phone calls, emails and text messages sent to him by Nicolás Torres and other coaches (Cristobal Ruiz, Clementina Vidal and Andrés Meneses), including travel and competition. Prepare for swimmers.