Paula Sevilla flew this Sunday over the tartan of the Nerja athletics track and was proclaimed champion of Spain in the 200 meters with 22.73, the best mark of her life and the minimum for the World Cup in Eugene (United States). The pity was that she will not be taken into account when measuring a tailwind of 2.5 (the marks are invalidated above two).
This is the first national title of 200 meters outdoors for Paula Sevilla, who had already been double champion of Spain in the 100 meters in 2019 and 2020. In addition, in the 100 meters she was second in 2021 and in the 200 meters she was second. in 2017, 2018 and 2020 and third in 2021.
On the other hand, Rosalía Tárraga won the bronze medal in the 1,500 meters, with a time of 4:23.33. The 25-year-old athlete from Alatoz crossed the finish line four seconds after Marta Pérez, an Olympic finalist, who did 4:19.11, and Águeda Márques, second with 4:19.32. Finally, Manuel Guijarro, from Villarrobledo and close to 24 years old, could only be fifth in the 400 meters, with a poor record of 46.50. Óscar Husillos won, with 45.45.