The Venezuelan Daniel Dhers announced on his Twitter account that he hopes to resume training this Saturday, after having suffered a lumbago the previous Monday.
Due to the discomfort, the BMX professional was forced to take a break from his exercises.
With joy, as the athlete usually shows himself on social networks, he published a video where he stretches his back on the "inversion table".
Dhers has several thread competitions where he has already confirmed his attendance, one of them is the Urban World Series (MUS) to be held from June 10 to 12 in the city of Madrid. The event will feature two Olympic disciplines (BMX and Breaking) qualifying for Paris 2024.
Breaking opens in Paris as an Olympic discipline and the MUS will be its first litmus test.
Along with the Venezuelan, the British Declan Brook who -obtained a bronze medal in Tokyo 2020- will also attend the scoring competition for the next Olympics.
Another pending appointment is the Pan American Games that will be played the following year in Santiago de Chile.
Dhers founded his academy "
The last time the athlete visited the country was to offer details about his academy.
“We want to give athletes the tools so they can live what they love. That it be comprehensive and defend itself in various areas, even after retirement, ”said the Venezuelan.