Ecuadorian sprinter Tenorio heads to Spain for training, competition
Ecuadorian sprinter Angela Tenorio speaks during an interview with EFE on March 7, 2018, in Quito, Ecuador. EPA-EFE FILE/Jose Jacome
Quito, Jun 13 (efe-epa).- Ecuador's Angela Tenorio, the silver medalist in the 100- and 200-meter sprints at the recently concluded South American Games in Cochabamba, Bolivia, is heading Wednesday to Spain, where she will train for several track meets.
Tenorio told EFE that she planned to compete in the World Challenge in Madrid on June 23 and was awaiting confirmation of her entries in other track meets in the Spanish capital.
The 22-year-old Tenorio is scheduled to remain in Spain until Aug. 1.
The Ecuadorian sprinter is preparing for the 2019 Pan American Games and aiming for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
Tenorio was a member of Ecuador's 234-person delegation, which competed in 28 sports at the 11th South American Games.