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From Carlos Paz to the nonstop cup: Cristian Cardo

The boy Cristian Cardo is succeeding and consolidating himself as a star in the basketball world. As visionaries, we tell
| 19 February, 2020 |

You don’t have to be a magician to realize this kid has a good future. Along of his career, he was part of different teams and clubs that made them grow. More and more talented, Cristian Cardo breaks her in the League National.

He was born in Villa Carlos Paz on January 17, 1999, under the sign of Capricorn. Since he was a child, he felt love for the ball, and he did not stop playing. He is only 20 years old and has a trajectory of more than 5 clubs. In all he was very loved and appreciated for his great plays. He’s one of the great talents of Cordoba. Cristian Cardo’s career emerged in the quarry of Sportivo Bolívar.

From Córdoba, he left for Buenos Aires nonstop. To train with the four-time champion of Argentine basketball: San Lorenzo de Almagro. It was his first contract, and the one that would lead him to a phenomenal career. He was signed on loan by different clubs, but today he decides to change course. After the impressive season with the Cyclone, he leaves the azulgrana to succeed in other regions. Today, he walks in the Highlands playing for Salta Basket. Always putting the best to your training and all the claw to every game. The player’s decision to move for the northern club has to do with starting to play a little more. And stop eating bench. While SanLo is an excellent club for this sport, its priority is to break it inside the court.

And the National Team?

Cristian Cardo plays as an escort or eave . He acts like a champion. In these positions he was part of some Selections. He was part of the Argentina U16 team that played the Pre-World Championship in Bahía Blanca. He was part of the ranks of the Argentina U17 team that competed in the World Cup in Zaragoza, Spain 2016. And so, little by little, he goes around the world and smashing it on every parquet he treads.

And this doesn’t end… Come on, Cristian!

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