Santa Marta firefighters come in third place in the National Water Rescue Tournament

Santa Marta firefighters come in third place in the National Water Rescue Tournament
Santa Marta firefighters come in third place in the National Water Rescue Tournament

Santa Marta

Congratulations. Four volunteer firefighters from Santa Marta They left the entire region high, but, above all, the fire service institution, in a National Aquatic Rescue Tournament in which They took third place. The podium with the winners highlighted the months and even years of preparation for responding to any type of emergency.

One of the competitors was Daniel Alejandro Marín Goez, sports graduate, coach and high-performance athlete from Santa Marta; with experience in Crossfit discipline, military training, triathlon and also a volunteer firefighter.

During the dialogue with Caracol Radio, Marín Goez highlighted the importance of these scenarios, something “new that our commander has instilled in us, which is to prepare ourselves physically and mentally for all types of eventualities (…) Through sport we demonstrate what we do every day. “This is the second water rescue competition in the entire Caribbean region.”

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He also reported that both he and his companions had arduous preparation and the high demands that this competition requires, in the different modalities, were fundamental for demonstrate the experience that each relief body has with its units.

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Daniel Alejandro Marín Goez emphasized that Santa Marta has the best rescue teams, prepared for all types of water rescue emergencies, work that is a source of pride for this region of the country. especially when those who participate in these events are in charge of safeguarding the lives of their own and visitors who attend the different beaches of the city.

It must be said that the National Lifeguard Tournament is a competition that brings together the best rescue teams in the country, testing their skill and endurance in highly challenging conditions. This event was an opportunity for Samaritan firefighters to demonstrate their emergency response capabilities and commitment to community safety.

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