How did you learn about BIWPA?
During a tournament in the USA I saw a BIWPA flyer, I took it and pretty liked what I saw.
What skills do you want to develop in the academy?
I have not set any goal in particular since I am in BIWPA. Perhaps swimming, strength, throwing … Everything has improved since I came 6 months ago to the Academy.
And some goal that you set for yourself?
I want to shoot more, sometimes I am too shy when it is about throwing, I want to be more self-confident, it is my main problem.
Why did you choose Barcelona for your training?
First of all, I think that European water polo is of a higher level. Also, there is no better place than Barcelona because it is beautiful, the best city of Spain and it is always a reference in terms of water polo quality.
Have you been here before?
I spent here for one week when I was 7, but this is the first time when I stay for so long.
What does it mean to come to Barcelona as a young water polo player?
It is a big challenge. I would not have been achieved it without Ferran or anybody in this swimming pool (points at his teammates), because to be alone is difficult, but with friends like these one can feel comfortable.
How important is it to meet new people and learn a new language during this process?
It is important to meet people from all over the world, the more friends you have the more lucky you are. Spanish gives you more opportunities to find a job, that is why I want to use a chance to learn the language along with improving my water polo level.
Do you believe that BIWPA might have helped you choose a university with a scholarship?
Yes, I am sure that yes. I need to keep on training, because if I leave BIWPA and stop doing that I am not going to achieve any scholarship. But if I go on improving my skills as I am doing in BIWPA I am sure I can get it.