The center's auditorium hosted on Thursday afternoon, 14 in June, a multitudinous act of awarding recognition to those players who have shone, both individually and by teams, throughout this season.
Sport is one of the pillars of the College San Fernando, a tool that helps us train people with healthy lifestyle habits and strong values, such as companionship, work and effort. The titles and medals are not the main purpose of the work of our athletes and technical team. However, with these wickers it is inevitable that good results will arrive, some of them brilliantly. Therefore, the School organizes its Sports Gala every year, which on Thursday 14 held its fourth edition in June.
The presidential table was composed by the deputy director of the School, Mr. José Luis Martínez Gutiérrez; the academic director, Mrs. Carmen Bueno; the president of the Asturian Judo Federation, Mr. José Ramón Díaz Maseda; the president of the Asturian Basketball Federation, Mr. Juan José Cachero, and the rector of the University of Oviedo, Mr. Santiago García Granda.
The opening of the gala was given by the assistant director of the center, who thanked the coaches for their "dedication and dedication", the parents for their choice of the school's sports project, and congratulated the athletes for their great season.
Next, the new judo belts were handed out to the members of the Sanfer Judo School and, subsequently, recognition was given to the athletes, both individual and from the different sections that have the sponsorship of Zumosol, which they have obtained medal in championships of Asturias or Spain. The federation presidents congratulated the athletes before the speech of the rector of the University of Oviedo that ended the act.
"It is admirable to see the satisfaction produced by tenacity, perseverance, effort and love to something as aboslutamente praiseable as sports practice, regardless of whether the medal is achieved or not," said Santiago García Granda. The rector highlighted the values of sport. "I wish they presided over each of our actions throughout our lives!" He exclaimed before explaining to the athletes that "perhaps without realizing you are drawing the path of your lives with the best of perspectives, since you are acquiring habits and a way to structure your lives that will be very beneficial for your future ". García Granda congratulated not only the athletes and technicians, but also the College itself for its involvement with sport and, above all, for "the responsibility of training people over any more practical vision", an objective that, he stressed, our center shares with the University.
The video of the gala is now available in Sanfer Channel.
The list of winners was as follows:
- Female Alevín A: Champions of Asturias and third in the Cup.
- Male Cadet A: third in the Asturias Championship.
- Infantile A: third in the Asturias Championship.
- Benjamin A female: finalists in the Championship of Asturias and in the Cup.
- Women's Cadet: Runners-up of the Second Asturias Championship.
- Benjamín masculine: Subcampeón of Glass.
- Lucía Fernández, player of the Asturian national team in the Spanish Minibasket Championship.
- Raquel Álvarez, MVP of the final of the Asturias Championship.
- Jorge Zardaín and Adan Potesta, players of the Asturian children's team in the Spanish Championship of regional teams.
- Nadia Suárez and Sara Lorca, players of the Asturian children's team in the Spanish Championship of regional selections.
- Infantile B: promotion to Second Division, first in the regular league, top scorers and fewer goals conceded.
- David Heres, MVP of his category, maximum assistant and second top scorer, being midfielder.
- César Lorca, Zamora trophy as goalkeeper less thrashed Third Division children.
- Rodrigo González, summoned by the Asturian soccer team Benjamín.
- María López, runner-up in the national sector and runner-up in Asturias junior.
- Francisco González-Llanos, champion of children's Asturias.
- Marcos Fernández, Asturian champion alevín.
- Daniel Martínez, champion of Asturias alevín.
- Enrique Martínez, sub-champion of Asturias junior.
- Lucas Palacios, runner-up of Asturias cadet.
- Javier Pérez, runner-up in children's Asturias.
- Lucía Román, runner-up in children's Asturias.
- Ángela Fernández, runner-up of Asturias alevín.
- Álvaro Gamba, runner-up of Asturias alevín.
- Pablo Fernández, Bronze in the Junior Asturias Championship.
- Diego Ulloa, Bronze in the Championship of Asturias cadet.
- Hugo García, Bronze in the Alevín Asturias Championship.
- Álex Álvarez, Bronze in the Alevín Asturias Championship.
- Alberto Muñiz, Silver in the first ranking cadet.
- Mario García, Bronze in the second ranking cadet.
- Iván Arias, Bronze in the first child ranking.
- Alejandro González-Llanos, Bronze in the first child ranking.
- Julio Díaz, Bronze in the alevín ranking.
- Sofía Quiroga, Bronze in the alevín ranking.
- Álex Labra, gold in the area of Avilés of the Principality Sports Games.
- Pelayo Blanco, silver in the area of Avilés of the Principality Sports Games.
- Yago Mira, bronze in the area of Avilés of the Principality Sports Games.
- Sub equipment 12, silver in the area of Avilés of the Principality Sports Games.
- 10 sub team, gold in the area of Avilés and bronze in the Asturias Championship.
- Team sub 8, gold in the zonal of the Federated Championship of Asturias and bronze in the Sports Games and in the federated Championship of Asturias.
- María Martínez Vaquero, qualified for the 16 Mutua Madrid Open International Tournament, champion cadet of the Apple Bowl International Tournament, champion of Asturias cadet and junior 2018, 16 sub champion of the Mutua Madrid Open National Tournament of Bilbao, champion of the Santurce national tournaments and Puertollano.
- Ana Martínez Vaquero, junior champion of the regional phase Babolat Circuit and semifinalist of the national phase 2018, junior champion of the national tournaments of Santurce and Puertollano, junior champion of the 2018 Federation Circuit and Asturias junior vice champion 2018.
- Elena García Alamán, child champion of the 2018 Initiation Circuit and runner-up of the 2017 Federation Circuit.
- Óscar Arenas, semifinalist of the first, second and fourth Alevín Federation Tournament.
- Manuel Sandoval, cadet champion of the II 2018 Initiation Tournament.
- Candela García, junior champion of the I 2018 Initiation Tournament.
- Paula Vaquero, runner up Benjamin of the Circuit Iniciación 2017.
- Marina Fernández, runner-up cadet of the II 2017 Initiation Tournament.
- Ashley Rubio, children's champion of the Sports Games the Principality 2018.
- Diego Colero, champion cadet of the zone of Avilés of the Sports Games of the Principality 2017.