Discusión:Wikinoticias entrevista a la nadadora paralímpica española María Delgado

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This was done at 8am yesterday at the airport in Madrid. The audio quality is kind of problematic and the in person translating was... fun again. I had three at various times: Michelle Alsonso's coach who did Michelle Alsonso and Omar Font. There was the team physician who did some with the María Delgado interview, and Deborah Font who also assisted with María Delgadoand the Marta Gomzez. My normal transcriber was not available. These interviews were done in advance of the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships which start Monday in Montreal.

UAwiki from Spanish Wikipedia did this transcript. The raw text they sent me of the transcript is below.

I'm Laura Hale, I'm interviewing María Delgado who is a Spanish swimmer and who is going to 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships in Montreal, and you have received a lot of press attention from the Spanish press for being the next great Spanish Swimmer, is that intimidating to have everyone talk about how you are going to win all those things in the future?

-¿Crees que en este campeonato vas a ganar una medalla o futuro a Río?

- Yo qué sé jajaja. I don't know.

-The newspapers ¿? too muy buena es, very fantastic. It said you like pressure from people saying you are a great swimmer, does it make you swim better? ...

... The Spanish newspapers say she is the greatest swimmer, she is the next greatest Spanish Paralympic swimmer. Does she feel pressure from the media saying that she is a great swimmer to perform in a really high level? Does she feel pressure to win because the newspapers say it? Spanish newspapers say she is the next great Spanish Paralympic swimmer, that she is going to Río.

-Yes, she is the future. La prensa española te hace... o sea... ¿si tienes algún [here I'd say: "alguna presión porque"] ... como que eres el futuro porque eres nueva nadadora, si has salido por ejemplo en el periódico en tu pueblo? Bueno, ella ha sido una apuesta también de un plan que hay de AXA, que apuestan por los jóvenes nadadores paralímpicos, y ha estado yendo a concentraciones, a los que son más jovenes con futuro los han impulsado un poquito para que entren en el mundo de la competición a nivel...

-Can she say something?

-Estoy en un plan que es de jóvenes promesas, que nos preparan para Río 2016 y ha apostado por nosotros, y ahora vamos al campeonato del mundo,

-Because you are 15, how do you "escuela" y swimming? How do you balance going to school and competing?

-Es un poco difícil pero con trabajo y esfuerzo se puede conseguir. Estudio por la mañana y entreno por la tarde.

-Is she doing ¿? score while you are in Montreal? How does she balance school? How does she do the school at the 15 years old and swim? Because that seems really hard to do both them once.

-¿Puedes explicar como por ejemplo qué ¿? vas a hacerlo todo normal, no? Que ¿cómo lo compaginas? Que es muy difícil compaginar y entrenar a la vez natación, o sea, nadar y estudiar.

-Sí, es difícil pero se puede cerrar y hay veces que no sé cómo lo hago... estudiando, yo qué sé...

-Nos explica por ejemplo que en la Universidad pues tienes que ir más ¿? ... start very new... que acaba de empezar y todavía no trae ritmo.

-Because you are 15 do your parents go with you? Are your parents going to Montreal or are you all by yourself?

-Con mis entrenadores. Mis padres no van.

-Only with the couch?

-Yes.

-Is it scary to be on your own? Competing against all these 20 year olds and 30 year olds who ¿bent? to Paralympic games, or you just go "I'm 15 and the mundo es mío"?

-¿Tienes miedo o tú vas con todas las ganas de competir con gente mayor?

-No tengo miedo y voy con muchas ganas.

-Gracias. --LauraHale (talk) 10:25, 9 August 2013 (UTC)