Uribes encourages the Spanish rhythmic gymnastics team in the countdown to Paris 2024


The president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, has expressed his support for the Spanish rhythmic gymnastics team, which is finalizing its preparation at the CSD CAR in Madrid for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

With the classification of the team and Alba Bautista and Polina Berezina for the individual events, the Royal Spanish Gymnastics Federation has reached the maximum representation quota in rhythmic gymnastics for this summer’s Olympic event.

Precisely, the Spanish gymnasts are already focused on preparing for the most important competition of the year after their recent participation in the European Championships.

José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes has congratulated Inés Bergua, Salma Solaun, Ana Arnau, Patricia Pérez and Mireia Martínez, the five members of the senior team, for their brilliant performance in Budapest. From the European Championship they returned with three medals: a gold in the mixed exercise, a silver in the five-ring exercise and a bronze in the general classification.

During training this Tuesday at the CAR in Madrid, all of them showed José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes the exercises with which they will compete in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, inspired by Spanish character and culture.

The two gymnasts qualified for the individual events, Alba Bautista and Polina Berezina, also shared with the president of the CSD the details of their preparation.

The training session was also attended by the president of the Royal Spanish Gymnastics Federation, Jesús Carballo, and the director of the rhythmic gymnastics area, Nancy Usero, as well as the national coach, Alejandra Quereda, and the CAR Madrid coaches, Ana María Pelaz, Marta Linares and Dagmara Brown.