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Venezuelan swimming team will have Pinto, Subirats and Claverie in Central American and Caribbean Games

Venezuelan swimming team will have Pinto, Subirats and Claverie in Central American and Caribbean Games

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on October 11, 2014

Featured Venezuelan swimmers Albert Subirats, Carlos Claverie and Andreina Pinto lead the national team that will compete at the XXII Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) which will be held from November 14th to 30th in Veracruz, Mexico.

The male team will count on with Subirats and Claverie noted for their credentials. The swimmer form Carabobo has experience in Olympic Games, to compete at London 2012, while the swimmer from Miranda won two silver medals and one bronze medal at the last II Olympics Youth Games in Nanjing, China, 2014.

The male group is completed by: Andy Arteta, Alejandro Gómez, Juan Sequera, Mark Wash, Eddy Marin Molina Robinson, Daniele Tirabassi, Jesus Lopez and Crox Acuna, reported a press release of the Venezuelan Federation of Water Sports (Feveda).

Meanwhile, among the ladies is remarkable Pinto, she has experience in Beijing 2008, and won five gold metals in the past South American in Chile.

With the swimmer from Aragua will be her sister, Jeserik Pinto, and Mercedes Toledo, Simone Palomo, Erika Torrellas, Wendy Rodriguez, Arlene Semeco, Jennifer Marquez, Carla Gonzalez, Karina Vivas, Laris Asilah and Andrea Garrido.

On the other hand, Luis Moreno (swimming coach), Nineth Martínez (synchronized swimming), Ilich Marcano (ornamental hops), Adalberto Vargas (open water), and Carlos Iván Fernández Pérez (male and female water polo, respectively), will be coaches traveling to the XVII Pan American Games to be held in Toronto, Canada, from July 10th to 26th in 2015.

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