Alexander has a chance to reach the podium in Paris

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Dominican Alexander Ogando has a chance of reaching the podium at the Paris Olympics.
This criterion is supported by his coach Félix Sánchez, Olympic champion in the 400-meter hurdles.

“The boy is working hard in training and I see him as very positive,” said Superman Sánchez when I approached him at the Mission Headquarters event for the Paris games, where the gold medal he won at the 2004 Athens Olympics was highlighted.

Felix Sanchez

Diamond League
Dominican sprinter Ogando triumphed yesterday in the 200-meter dash at the Diamond League by stopping the clock at 19 seconds and 18 tenths.
In second place was Tersis Clemente from Uganda 20.18 and third was Ryan Zeze from Spain 20.46.

Taught
Alexander has shown that he can win a medal at the Olympic Games, even though these are two very difficult events, where world champions and highly experienced athletes will be competing.

Felix Sanchez, who is managing the Dominican athlete, knows his potential and told me: “We are going for a medal in the 400 meters and with possibilities in the 200.

He reiterated that he knows Ogando’s quality and is confident that he could return from Paris with a medal.
Feliz did not elaborate on whether he was up to date on the other 200- and 400-meter competitors who had signed up for the Olympics.

He simply said: I am very optimistic. Alexander is fine.
Until tomorrow, God willing, Dominicans.

 
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