The permanent smile of Sandra Sánchez is transformed into a fierce look over the tatami, where she is the best in the world in Katas, the combats of Karate against imaginary opponents. In the Nippon Budokan of Tokyo, the 39-year-old talavera touched the sky with the gold of a life. In the final she defeated nothing less than the local Kiyou Shimizu.
It could not be at best. In Japan, the country where the Karate was born. Sandra perfectly executed the Chatanyara Kushanku and achieved a global score of the seven Judges of 28.07. Shimizu, who performed the same, obtained 27.88. They equalized in the technical part (19.6), but the Spanish surpassed it at the strong point of it, the athletic (8.46 by 8.28).
Sandra Sánchez, the girl who 'raged' because he pointed her to dance and not Karate, like his brother Paco. The young woman who did not hesitate to leave the center of high performance from Madrid to ensure her mother's cancer, María Isabel. The Karateca that dominates the world in the specialty of Kata already fulfilled Olympic dream. She awaited her hug between tears with Jesus of morality, her husband and coach of her, and the flag of Talavera de la Reina.
"I come to make some good and perfect katas, they are worth the Olympic medal, if we take out everything trained in the tatami, it will never be a failure," the talavera said, which had not failed in the morning session in Its three first attempts. Sandra assured the medal, which was then the 12th of the Spanish delegation, well soon and without any doubt. Turned took the lead in the group of it, with an average note of 27.4 in the first two katas, those who already had aid among the top six.
Then, in which he lilucidated the pass to the grand final, he executed the Kata Papureni, one of his favorites, and again brushed perfection. An average grade of 27.86, leaving from the rivals of it in the group, which led it directly to gold or silver. There, already on the evening-night Tokiota, the duel she had a life awaiting her, before her's great rival, the local Shimizu, who also dominated her group with a lot of clarity. "I thought I was going to be more nervous but I've found myself very well, I felt confident and I really wanted to show my job, let's go for gold!", She was then encouraged, well always by Jesus.Date Of Update: 05 August 2021, 07:28