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Paris 2024 Olympic Games: Spain’s 3×3 Women’s Team

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The players who will represent Spain in the Olympic Games

Gracia Alonso de Armiño, Juana Camilión, Vega Gimeno and Sandra Ygueravide will be the four players who will be part of the Spanish Women’s 3×3 Team at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. This quartet qualified in the Debrecen Pre-Olympic Games and will now face the best teams in the world in the Olympic competition.

The decision of the selector Ana Junyer

The coach Ana Junyer has chosen Gracia Alonso de Armiño, Juana Camilión, Vega Gimeno and Sandra Ygueravide as the team that will represent Spain at the Paris Olympic Games. These players demonstrated a high competitive level in previous tournaments, such as the European Championship last summer, the Debrecen Pre-Olympic and the Pre-European Championship. They have achieved good results and complement and balance each other in the game.

The coach also recognizes the importance of other players who have been part of the preparation process, such as Ceci Muhate, Alba Prieto, Marta Canella, Helena Oma, Aitana Cuevas, Paula Palomares and Nuria Martínez. These players have contributed to the team’s success and have been fundamental in the development of 3×3 in Spain.

The outstanding careers of Vega Gimeno and Sandra Ygueravide

Vega Gimeno is an outstanding player in the Spanish Women’s 3×3 National Team. She has worn the Spanish shirt 99 times, becoming the player who has represented the country the most times in this modality. Gimeno has won medals in competitions such as the European Games in Baku in 2015, the European Games in 2021 and the European Games in 2019 and 2023.

Sandra Ygueravide, for her part, has surpassed Aitana Cuevas in the number of international caps, reaching 80. She debuted in the 2016 Pre-European Championship and has obtained medals in competitions such as the 2021 European Championship, where she won gold, and the 2019 and 2023 European Championships. , where he obtained the silver. Ygueravide also reached the number 1 spot in the FIBA ​​rankings in 2021.

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