At the age of 19, Vicky Miranda has the title of “first Riocuartense lioness” in history. And it's not a little. He was born on June 5, 2000, and since he was able to put his feet on the court, he did not stop training. This player doesn't make up for anything and goes for everything. Luckily, today, your effort is paying off. The selection takes it into account as one of the key players.
He currently serves as a flyer at the Buenos Aires City Club , CABA. However, his first steps with the stick and the bocha took them at the Club Universidad de Rio Cuarto . Who is grateful for his career.
At the time of receiving the call for the National Team , Vicky was already crazy. It was always his dream to play it for the celestial and white. And he got it. The lioness has a roar with tonada, and the claw representative of the women's hockey national team. Until now, 2018 was the most alluded to his name: Victoria. It was three gold medals he received in that year. The Pan American Youth Mexico, the South American Games Cochabamba and the Buenos Aires Youth Olympics. All these tournaments ended with the gold hung. However, the struggle continues. Vicky doesn't give up and trains side by side with her teammates.
A pure claw episode
This athlete was born with a pure claw. The episode that made her famous, in addition to her medals, was illustrative of how Vicky behaves on the court. The Cordovan was fighting the golden one with her fellow lionesses . It was in a match against India, which was being hard to get. Vicky Miranda received a palazo from one of his rivals, who left her lying on the court and with a cut in her jaw. After the hit, he got up and kept playing. He ended up celebrating a 3-1. And he celebrated Argentina's victory at the Youth Olympics. “ Now I'm about to make a few points, but I have the gold medal hanging,” were Vicky's statements.
Of course, he received recognition awards in his province. She was awarded as Cordobaise of the Year and captain of Las Leoncitas. Today, together with Juli Jankunas , they are the lionesses most admired by the city of fernet and beets.
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Argentina, nacida en Córdoba. Investigadora en el área de lingüística. En formación constante sobre las Letras y sobre la vida, gracias a la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Mis experiencias en viajes me llevaron a aprender cada vez más idiomas y querer conocer diversas culturas desde adentro. Pienso en la escritura como una herramienta para transformar el mundo y volverlo un espacio justo y equilibrado.