Abel Lozada and Saúl Fernández will participate in the Dominican Republic’s Pan American Judo Competition
For Abel, this will be the first time, and for Saúl, it will be the third experience, but both of them will achieve their respective categories to participate in the Pan-Asian event to be held in the Dominican Republic from November 12th to 14th. The beauty judo championships are your dream.
After 14-year-old Saúl Fernández finished fifth in Guayaquil in 2018 and won the bronze medal in Guadalajara in 2019, he will participate in the Pan American Championship for the third time, and his goal is to win the gold medal. He was awarded first place in the Conrad National Games, Aguascalientes National Games, and Oaxtepec.
Abel Lozada, 12 years old, is a professional tennis player. Abel Lozada is twelve years old. He won the Pan American Championship in Oaxtepec last week and played in Aguascalientes. He won the national championship last Wednesday and will be looking to continue his winning streak in 2021.
In Oaxtepec’s gold medal battle, Saúl injured his left hand, which made his fight more difficult, which is why winning made him feel that this was one of his best victories.
“I want the Pan American gold medal. Although I am only third in my category, there is still a lot to be done. Sol stated this in the Alvidres dojo. Start your exercise right now.
“The facts are very, very close, I have a left-handed competitor, it is difficult to find a left-handed competitor, so this hand scared me, threw me, I fell down,” Saúl shared.
What do you think about this victory?
“We are ready but the last fight is the hardest. It was the final. It was very exhausting and I believe this battle lasted about 10 minutes. Abel spoke out about how time and duration are difficult things. He won the gold-medal battle at Nacional de Oaxtepec.
“I felt good, but after that (injury) I felt very nervous, I had shot the opponent and saw the referee, I felt very relaxed, so this was one of my favorite wins,” Saúl replied , He began to participate in judo competitions in the Tecnológico de Juárez dojo for four years.
Since he was three years of age, Abel has been practicing this sport. He was a fan of the sport, and had been practicing it since he was three years old.
-How does it feel to win the national championship
“I’m very happy that I am going to Pan Am, and another, because this competition is my first national competition. I’m very satisfied with the outcome.”
How does Judo help you?
“Live quietly, not worrying about what might happen to you, and know how to protect yourself.”