E. Baquerizo Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

E. Baquerizo, a Spanish beach volleyball player, was born on June 25, 1987. She has been playing with Liliana Fernández since 2012.

The pair competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics tournament but were defeated by Greta Cicolari and Marta Menegatti of Italy in the round of 16.

E. Baquerizo Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

They participated once more at the 2016 Summer Olympics, falling to the Russian team of Birlova and Ukolova in the round of 16.

Elsa Baquerizo McMillan Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Before Tokyo 2020, Liliana Fernandez and E. Baquerizo Explain Why They are Stronger Together.

Liliana Fernandez and E. Baquerizo are one of the most seasoned teams on the tour despite the fact.

That playing beach volleyball with the same partner for an extended period of time is uncommon. Elsa says, “We have never considered not having fun together.

In the women’s 87+ kg competition on the final day of the Asian Weightlifting Championships 2022 in Manama, Bahrain on Sunday, Ann Mariya Muriyaden Thimothy of India came in sixth.

The Indian weightlifter, who took home silver at the National Games 2022, lifted a total of 210 kg to place outside the top three, including 92 kg in the snatch and 118 kg in the clean and jerk.

To earn the silver medal, Nurul Akmal of Indonesia lifted 267 kg, only one kilogramme more than Kazakhstan’s Lyubov Kovalchuk, who took home the bronze.

Harshada Garud, the junior world champion, was the only member of India’s 12-person delegation to win a medal.

E. Baquerizo took home the bronze medals in the women’s 45kg snatch and overall divisions. These were Harshada Garud’s first senior international medals.

Liliana and Elsa finished with the silver medal at the Long Beach Grand Slam after falling to April Ross/Kerri Walsh Jennings in two straight sets, 21-16, 21-16.


After qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics, E. Baquerizo and Liliana Fernandez of Spain join Anastasija Kravcenoka and Tina Graudina in a celebration.

In their first World Tour season together, Elsa and Lili won seven out of 15 matches at six events, placing them 77th in the FIVB point standings.

The team’s best finish was a 13th place finish at a competition in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, with three victories in five games.

The Spanish team’s attempt to qualify for the London Olympics began in 2009. Elsa and Liliana won 16 of 36 matches in 11 events.

Including the season’s final competition in Phuket, Thailand, where they finished in fifth place. This helped them move up the FIVB points list to No. 31.