Dionibel Rodríguez Rodríguez facts for kids
|Birth name||Dionibel Rodríguez Rodríguez|
|Born||April 4, 1991|
|Sport||Track and field (T20)|
Dionibel Rodríguez Rodríguez (born April 4, 1991) is an athlete from Spain. He has an intellectual disability: he is a T20 type athlete. He gets help to play track and field from the Carmen Pardo Valcarce Foundation. He competed at the INAS World Games, INAS World Athletics Championships and the INAS World Indoor Athletics Championships.
Rodríguez is a T20 athlete from Spain and competes for the Madrid sports federation in competitions against people from other parts of Spain. He is a member of AD Maratón de Madrid. He also belongs to the Madrid Federation of Intellectual Disability Sports, and Club Sports Medicine Infant Jesus of Carmen Pardo-Valcarce Foundation. Since 2004, when he was 13 years old, he has been helped by the Carmen Pardo Valcarce Foundation. This help makes it so he can compete in athletics. It means he can use the same tools to practice as Rafael Nadal, a Spanish tennis player.
In 2006, when he a 15 year old, Rodríguez was one of the most successful athletes at the Madrid Regional Outdoor Athletics Championship. He competed in the 2007 World Games in Shanghai, China. He competed at the 2008 INAS World Indoor Athletics Championships in Tallinn, Estonia, and he finished second in the 200 meters and third in 4x400 meter relay.
Rodríguez competed in 2010 INAS European Athletics Championship, and won two gold medals: one in the 200 meters and one in the 400 meters. He competed in the 2011 INAS World Games, and won two silver medals in the 400 meters and the 4x100 meter relay. In 2012, he competed at the INAS World Indoor Athletics Championship, and finished first in the 200 meters, third in the 4x400m relay event and finished fourth in the long jump. He competed in the 2013 INAS World Athletics Championships in the Czech Republic. He finished first in the 200 meters and first in the 400 meters.
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