María Vicente is seriously injured at the Glasgow World Cup

María Vicente is seriously injured at the Glasgow World Cup
María Vicente is seriously injured at the Glasgow World Cup

It was the day of the consecration of Maria Vicente (L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, 2001), but bad luck struck – once again – with the Spanish pentathlete. Vicente was the big favorite to win gold in the Glasgow Indoor World Cup and began leading the test with the best time in the 60 hurdles with 8.07. In the second test, at height, the Catalan started well, clearing the bar over 1.70 meters, but in her second jump she was injured while making the last approach supports.

Vincent He had pain in the back of his leg, in the area of ​​the Achilles, and remained completely still on the landing mat of the altitude test. His signs of pain were very great and the medical assistance evacuated of the track in stretcher. The RFEA medical services are carrying out an examination to find out the extent of the injury.

María Vicente left the Glasgow 2024 Indoor World Cup on a stretcher

Xavier Gonzàlvez-Amat

Maria Vicente He arrived at the event as world leader of the year in pentathlon and in the better shape moment of your life. She had everything in mind to achieve her first big medal international at an absolute level and was the main Spanish asset to win gold in this championship.

Xavier Gonzálvez-amat


 
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