The canoeist Saúl Craviotto, who was part of the Spanish team that won the silver medal in the K4 500 modality at the Tokyo Games, announced this Monday to those responsible for the Rafa Nadal Museum that he will donate an object from his successful sports career so that the Visitors can see it along with other memories contributed by dozens of great national and international athletes.
Craviotto, who is on vacation in Mallorca, visited the Nadal museum with his family to enjoy the interactive activities offered by this sports space located in the Spanish tennis player’s academy in Manacor.
The Catalan paddler, based in Asturias, is double Olympic champion in Beijing 2008 and Rio de Janeiro 2016, and three times world champion in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
He competed in four Olympic Games, obtaining a total of five medals, gold in Beijing 2008, silver in London 2012, gold and bronze in Rio de Janeiro 2016 and silver in Tokyo 2020.
In this last Olympiad he was also the standard bearer for the Spanish team together with the swimmer Mireia Belmonte.
Craviotto won the silver medal in Tokyo alongside Carlos Arévalo, Marcus Cooper and Rodrigo Germade.
His record also includes the ten medals won in the World Canoeing Championship between 2007 and 2019, and the six medals in the European Canoeing Championship between 2008 and 2018. EFE (HN)