Alice Betto ITALY . Triathlon. @alice_betto
European Bronze medal winner in mixed relay (Alanya 2013) and individual (Kitzbühel 2017), Italian Champion in 2010, 2012 and 2017. Ranked 23rd in ITU and 24th in the 2018 World Series.
Anna Bongiorni ITALY . Athletics. @annsbongi
Italy’s national record holders for times for under-18s 60m sprint and under-20s 4x100m. Bronze medal winners at the World University Championships (Taipei 2017), Bronze in the Mediterranean games (Tarragona 2018), Runners-up in the European under-20s and under-23s and twice Italian Champions in the indoor 60m sprint (2017 and 2018). Ranked fifth with the Italian 4x100m team in the IAAF World Relays (Yokahama 2019).
Atenery Hernández Spain. Weightlifting. @atenery53
European runner-up in the 53kg category (Split 2017). Runner-up in the 53kg category in the Mediterranean Games (Tarragona 2018). Spanish winner in the 55kg category (2019).
Ariane Ochoa Spain. Surfing. @ariane.ochoa
Bronze medal winners in the Junior World Championships (Kiama 2017), Fifth in the European Championships (Santa Cruz 2019), Spanish under-18s Champion (2016).
Desirée Vila Spain. Adapted athletics. @desivila98
Sixth place in the European Championships long jump (Berlin 2018) and Spain’s double champion for 100m and long jump (2018 and 2019).
Francesca Bagnoli ITALY . Kitesurfing. @bagnoli_francesca
Twice Bronze medal winner in the World Championships (2017 and 2018). Twice European runner up and six consecutive times Italian Champion (2013 to 2018).
Garazi Sánchez Spain. Surfing. @garazisanchez
Bronze medal winner in the European Championships 2018. Twice Spanish Champion (2017 and 2018). Five winners on the World Surf League trials podium.
Joana Pastrana Spain. Boxing. @jpastranabox
Three times World IBF Champion. Twice European Champion (2016 and 2017). Fifteen victories (five by KO) and one defeat. National Sport Award 2018.
Laura García Caro Spain. Athletics. @lauragarciacarol
Sixth place in the European Championships (Berlin 2018), ninth in the World Championships (London 2017). Silver medal winner in the European Race Walking Cup (Alytus 2019) and Bronze medal winner in Posebrady, 2017.
Marine Lucas France. High Intensity Training. @marine.lucas.crossfit
Miriam Casillas Spain. Triathlon. @miriamcasillasg
Rio de Janeiro Olympics 2016. Three winners on the World Cup podium. Twice Spanish Champion in the Olympic Triathlon (2014 and 2016).
Rita Arnaus Spain. Kitesurfing. @ritaarnaus
Ranked fourth in the World Freestyle Tour 2018 and three times Spanish Freestyle Champion (2015, 2016 and 2018).
Nadja Käther Germany. Athletics - Long jump. @nadjak_aether
Finalists in the outdoor European Championships (Amsterdam 2016). German indoor track runner-up (2014 and 2018). German outdoor runner-up (2010) and Bronze medal winner (2015).
Tania Moreno Spain. Beach volleyball. @t_matveeva2
European under-18s (Baden 2019). Bronze medal winner in the European Championships under-20s (Göteborg 2019). Bronze medal winner in the World Championships under-19s (Nanjing 2018). Fifth in the Youth Olympic Games (Buenos Aires 2018). Queen’s Cup Champion 2019. Spanish under-17s, under-19s and under-21s champion.
Sandra Sánchez Spain. Karate. @sandrasankarate
Best karate practitioner in the female kata category in history, according to the World Karate Federation, after three years as world ranking leader. World Champion (2018) and Bronze medal winner (2016). Five times European Champion (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019). European Games Champion, Minsk, 2019. Five times Spanish Champion (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019).
Blanca Manchón Spain. Windsurf. @blancamanchon
First Spanish sportsperson to be classified mathematically for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Diploma (classified eighth) in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Three times World Cup Champion (2009, 2010 and 2011) and Bronze medal winner (2018).
Spanish Rhythmic Gymnastics team @spanishseniorgroup
National Rhythmic Gymnastics Team Runners-up in the Río Olympics 2016
Astrid Galimany Spain. High intensity training. @astrid_galimany