La Paz, 20 December (EFE). – Bolivian athlete Conrado Moscoso, the current racquetball world champion, told EFE that he hopes there will be more support for Bolivian athletes next year so that they can participate in more competitions and thus achieve more. Medal and satisfaction for the country.
Moscoso, 27, who was crowned racquetball champion this year in Mexico after beating American Rocky Carson, hopes there will be “comprehensive and complete” support for Bolivian athletes to prepare them both economically and in infrastructure. Necessary conditions can be met. and compete in various competitions the following year.
Among the “strongest” disciplines in the country, in Moscoso’s opinion, are athletics and tennis, in addition to racquetball, so he hopes that in these areas he can bring joy to Bolivia in 2023, since this year many Bolivian athletes have qualified in these areas. Excellent performance. ,
Moscoso, who is ranked No. 1 in the International Racquetball Federation rankings and third in the International Racquetball Tour (ITR), has not stopped training and is now aiming to retain his title and finish at No. 1 in both the rankings. . As champions of that discipline.
For example, the Bolivian athlete is already preparing to participate in tournaments such as the Pan American Games and other competitions in the United States.
Moscoso commented that it was a matter of great satisfaction for him to become world champion in racquetball, an unprecedented position in the country, and that “making history” meant a boost to his career, highlighting the support of his family, The coaches and all the people who believe in their abilities.
The athlete, born in the Chuquisaca department, has won several medals in national and international competitions, including a silver medal in men’s doubles with compatriot Roland Keller at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, and a gold medal in 2019. the same tournament and international category, among others.