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Carolina Marín dreams of great things again

He’s back. Carolina Marín dreams again. She returns to compete and fight for great things. Unfortunately, yesterday she could not repeat what she did in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, but she left the World Cup held in Copenhagen with her head held high. She had no options against the South Korean An Se Young, against whom she fell 21-12 and 21-10. But who was going to tell her just a couple of years ago when she tore both menisci and the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee.

Her performance and injuries will dictate the judgment, but the results say that Carolina Marín has returned, and that Spain once again takes her into account as one of those medal options that we will talk about so much next summer in the French capital.

In MARCA Daily, MARCA’s daily podcast, we review the recent trajectory of the Huelva native, who in Copenhagen added her fourth world medal, although she did so by losing in the final. The feeling of having competed again in a great event is a great point starting point for everything to come.

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