Praia, June 16 (Inforpress) – The athlete Jordin Andrade won Wednesday his second 400-meter hurdles working for Sporting de Portugal in Huelva, Spain, managing to make his best mark of the season with 49, 65 seconds.
The 13th Ibero-American Athletics Meeting brought together athletes with “considered level” in the city of Huelva, but Cabo Verde stood out once again with the “best time”, as the Cabo Verdean Olympic Committee (COC) advances in its page in Internet.
Jordin’s sentiment was “very satisfying,” said the same source, indicating that the athlete revealed that his join to Sporting has been a “great challenge”, since the competition schedule is very broad allowing him to stay in good shap.
The Cabo Verdean will return to scene on July 29 in Sweden in a competition in which the athlete sets as a goal to reach the minimums for the World Cup in London in August this year.
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