Jerónimo Gómez Vara: “Being named captain is a pride and a privilege”


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Jerónimo Gómez Vara: "Being named captain is a pride and a privilege"

Looking ahead to the beginning of the next tM20 international tournament, to be held in South Africa from June 18 to July 3The Pumitas appointed Jerónimo Gómez Vara as their captain. After hearing the news, the man from Corrientes said: “Being named captain is a pride and a privilege, I am very happy and willing to learn everything I can on this occasion. The coaches gave me peace of mind, gave me advice and it serves me a lot.

In addition, the Corrientes spoke about the group and coexistence: “The group feels very good, little by little we are creating bonds between all of us and I think it is the most beautiful thing about our sport, relationships and bonds. Preparation prior to the trip It was very good, we had a week with a lot of intensity and starting to establish ourselves as a team. ” Also, the 20-year-old expounded on Pumitas’ objectives for the tour: “As a group, we still haven’t talked anything with the team, but I think and I’m sure that we all aim to finish this tour undefeated, it is a great challenge but I really consider that we are up to the task. “

On the other hand, the third line commented on the importance of the study: “Carrying out the study at the same time as sport seems to me to be a fundamental aspect, because it is a way to distract oneself and focus the mind on other things. In addition, in the system we they facilitate a university scholarship in a university that has online modalities, and there is some flexibility with the times. “

Finally, he spoke about his time at SLAR 2021 with the Olimpia Lions team. “My experience in SLAR was one of great growth, it helped me to mature a lot in my way of seeing things and acting in the face of ‘problems’,” said Gómez Vara.

Source: UAR


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