Athlete Biography

When I was 13 I was invited to compete in an aquathlon, and I moved on to triathlon from there. My family has been a big influence on my sporting career; my father practices charreria and is an amateur soccer player.

I currently train at the Centro Nacional de alto Rendimiento in Mexico, and during a typical training week I do nine hours of swimming, eight hours of cycling, and five hours of running. My personal best swim time over 1500m is 18:16. I am a participant of the talent program run by the Mexican Triathlon Federation. My favorite ITU race has been the Huatulco World Cup as it was held in my home country, and I got to see some of the best elite athletes in the world. My triathlon goal is to be among the best triathletes in the world.

Outside of triathlon, I spend my time studying and helping my family.

Athlete Language: Spanish

Athlete Tri Entry Year: 2005

Athlete Education: High school

Athlete Proudest Moment: My proudest moment within triathlon was being selected for the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.

Athlete Coach: Carlos Cruz and Ultiminio Alvarez

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