Elite sportswomen Eunate Arraiza, Sanda Aldass, Tessy Ebossele, Miriam Martínez and Joana Nani Suárez have talked about their experiences in sport in a colloquium organized by Fundazioa and Aterpe
Yesterday, the Athletic Club Foundation and the Aterpe Program held a discussion between the elite sportswomen Eunate Arraiza (Athletic Club player), Sanda Aldass (judoka at the Tokyo Olympic Games), Tessy Ebossele (Triple Jump U-20 champion athlete), Miriam Martínez (Paralympic athlete, Olympic runner-up) and Joana Nani Suárez (European Mini-fly champion). Five references for girls who dream of dedicating themselves professionally or amateur to the sport they love.
The colloquium, held in the Sala BBK, was attended by numerous students from schools and agreed clubs, as well as the representatives of the club, Iñaki Alonso, head of the Aterpe Program, and Cris García, who was in charge of moderating the discussion. The five athletes chatted about their respective careers and talked about the obstacles they had to overcome to become international benchmarks. Their personal experiences served as inspiration for the girls present in the room and were an impetus for sport to become in fact a fundamental space for their integral development and training.