María Fernanda Chacón and Martin Carmona of the UMCA.
María Fernanda Chacón jumps of happiness to hear that they are the best, while Martin Carmona pointing finger where will his championship ring.
The Costa Rican cheerleading got the weekend one of the greatest achievements in its history by winning the category of pairs of universities world championship, which was held in Orlando, Florida, United States.
This feat was achieved by Martin and Maria Fernanda Chacon Carmona, who participated representing the Universidad Metropolitana Castro Carazo (UMCA).
They obtained the highest score in the routine of couples (92.5) beating rivals from major universities in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico, among other countries.
Carmona and Chacon minutes wore during the competition with high-risk maneuvers and perfect execution to win the applause of hundreds of fans at the Sports Complex Gymnasium ESPN.
This is the third major achievement that gets this couple since last year won second place in both the championship and in the Universities World countries, which also took place on U.S. soil. Both cheerleading practice for seven years and working for three coming together.
In addition, Diego Ramirez and Monica Rapso took second place in the competition representing the University of Costa Rica (UCR).
The national cheerleading strong prepares for the next two international competitions ahead. On 9 and 10 February will be held Schools World Championships, while the 27 and 28 April will be the World Championship of Nations, both activities will be in the city of Orlando, Florida, United States.