Cheap Silver Clutches
Zacatecas. -A five days starting their participation in the Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011, Juan Carlos Romero athlete Bernal Zacatecas is reported ready to compete for the podium in the 5000 meters flat gold medal in the 10 000. So he told the Media NTR when it noted that only a couple of jobs remaining in the neighboring state of Aguascalientes, which simply look for refinements. "We are in the form, there is no injury or discomfort and have been working there because the climate is very similar to Guadalajara," Romero said Bernal. It is worth mentioning that so far, the popular Jaws still has not stepped Jalisco earth even to the opening ceremony, and will be until Friday when he makes his arrival. "We did not want to go even to Guadalajara because it is to be among the environment, among people, and that sometimes you win, increases adrenaline and energy you spend ahead of time. I've been in openings worldwide, and many other Central American great powers, and believe me as an athlete and do not enjoy it, you keep thinking about your competition and your things, then we prefer not to attend, "said Juan Carlos. Finally, with respect to this ceremony on Friday 14, which followed on television, the innkeeper and silver quarry was not very satisfied, because he said "I found very pretty, but I made a cheap copy of Beijing 2008, more lighting of the cauldron, it's a shame. The only thing I liked was the uniform, until finally do something characteristic of the Mexicans, but hopefully the investment made in that it made for athletes, it seems that other priorities are, "said the Talons. COMMUNICATION NTR Media offers its readers the opportunity to express their views on local events daily, nationally and internationally, so we ask those who think in this forum discusin do so responsibly. Comments posted here do not reflect the editorial line of media Comunicaciny NTR are the sole responsibility of the firm. The purpose of this forum discusin is to give value to the notes and maintain a fluid contact with our readers and among them, In addition to promoting the full use participaciny culture of freedom of expression. . . .