Iberdrola's initiative 'Women, Health and Sport' has allowed us to be at the forefront speaking of promoting women in sports. We sponsor different leagues, national teams, competitions... We love sports! Does it show?
Alejandra Quereda, the current Spanish national head rhythmic gymnastics coach, is an example of the amount of work it takes to juggle elite sport with higher education. The Olympic medallist, two-time world champion, Spanish national gymnastics coach and medical student tells us her story of hard work and sacrifice.
Sandra Sánchez, the reigning world kata champion, tells us about the long and hard road to the top. This karateka has had to overcome her rivals on the tatami and the opinions of many who did not believe in her. Here is her story.
The Iberdrola group has renewed in 2019 the agreement it signed in 2016 to become the main driver behind the Universo Mujer program, the most ambitious plan to encourage and develop women's sport in Spain. Through this agreement, the company supports 16 federations.
If there's one word that sums up Silvia Navarro's story, its achievement. She's just turned 40, and is still juggling being goalkeeper for her team every weekend and she intends to keep on winning titles.
Carlos Agulló is the epitome of film and spirit, of putting the two into a cocktail shaker and pouring out memorable stories. A good example of this is his latest documentary (More than Silver), which is based on the week spent in India by the Spanish rhythmic gymnastics Olympic runners-up.