Yanelis Andreu Sanchez . Retired water polo athlete . She is the glory of Cuban sports She was part of the team that won a gold medal at the Central American and Caribbean Games held in Cartagena de Indias , Colombia in 2006 and a bronze medal at the Pan American Games .
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- 1 Biographical summary
- 1 Sports career
- 2 El retiro
- 2 international events
- 3 See also
- 4 Sources
He was born on October 11, 1976 in the city of Camagüey . She studied at the Nautical Sports Academy and at the EIDE Cerro Pelado , being champion in the sport of Diving , resulting in her being the highest accumulator.
In swimming , he obtained relevant results, obtaining first place in the 200 m breaststroke, bronze in the 100 m breaststroke and medalist in the free and combined relay in different categories. In 1992 he began practicing water polo .
She participated in the first National School Games in the 15-16 year old category where for the first time 12 times, 14 regulations and 8 overtime were played, there she was the most useful athlete to her team.
For three months he was part of the Inés Luaces Sánchez Provincial ESPA student body and from there he joined the national team where he stayed from 1993 to 2009 .
She was runner-up 16 times in 1st category national events, always integrating the All Stars. She participated in the I, II, IV and V Cuban Sports Olympiad where Orientales won the gold medal.
Active retirement occurred in 2009 . He teaches classes to children in the category 9 – 10 years. She has obtained results as a coach incorporating 2 young talents to the Nautical Sports Academy.
|1993||Central American and Caribbean Games||Havana Cuba||1ro|
|1994||Junior Pan American Championship||Havana Cuba||4th place|
|2002||Panamerican Games||La Romana Dominican Republic||1ro|
|2003||Panamerican Games||Winnipeg Canada||4th place|
|2005||Premundial||Mexico City Mexico||1ro|
|2005||Copa Children||Mexico City Mexico||2do|
|2005||world Championship||Montreal Canada||9th place|
|2006||Central American and Caribbean Games||Cartagena Colombia||1ro|
|2006||For the World Cup||Rio de Janeiro Brazil||2do|
|2007||Panamerican Games||Rio de Janeiro Brazil||3ro|
|2007||world Championship||Rio de Janeiro Brazil||9th place|
|2009||Central Americans (Qualifying)||Laura Venezuela||1ro|