Julia Castro, perseverance to stand out in Spanish rugby

Julia Castro is a young woman from Seville who, at only 18, begins to stand out in the world of rugby. In 2017, she was called up by the Spanish National Team to compete in the European Championship. Julia is Champion of Andalusia and achieved the seventh position in the Olympic rugby Spanish Championship with the senior team of the University of Seville.

Laura Pérez, speed with the ball to reach the top of women’s football in Europe

Born in Granada 19 years ago, Laura Pérez was champion and runner-up in the European Championship with the u-19 Spain women’s national football team. She has played in different categories within the Spanish national team. After playing in the USA for a year, Laura returned home in 2017 to play in the Granada C. F.. Her next goal is to make her team achieve its promotion.

David Ortega, passion for basketball that coaches junior players and the Spanish team

Young David Ortega has fulfilled one of his dreams when he was called by the Spain Basketball Team in the Eurobasket 2017 to be part of the technical team. Ortega has a successful career as basketball coach. He was the first of his promotion when he took an advanced course on basketball coaching, and one year later he became the youngest teacher in the history of this course. He currently coaches the junior team of the Real Betis.

Arián Téllez, a speed champion on the Spanish athletics podium

He entered the world of athletics at 14, but he admits that he has had the speed bug since he was a child. Arián Téllez, from Granada, was Champion of Spain 2017 in 60 meters flat, retaining the title he won in 2016. He has competed several times at an international level. After living in the Joaquín Blume Residency for several years, he moved to France, where he trains with sprinter Christophe Lemaitre, bronze medal in the Rio 2016 Games. He is also a member of the Spanish club Playas de Castellón, which won the Athletics Spanish League in 2017.