Mexican Olympic swimmer born on January 30, 1991 in Celaya, Guanajuato; She has participated in the London Olympic Games (2012) and in the Rio de Janeiro (2016). She currently trains at Texas A&M at College Station.
In addition to being an Olympic swimmer, Liliana has a Bachelor's degree in Urban Planning and a Master's degree in Land and Property Development.
Life is short and what i do is my way of lifeLiliana Ibanez
Achievements & Goals
- Swim just over 2 meters per second.
- Each training fight to improve their brand and reach 24 seconds in the 50 free meters.
- He has the Mexican records in 50, 100 and 200 free meters; 50 m butterfly; and in 3 relays.
- He has broken more than 150 marks in Mexico of categories and the record of 50 free has broken it about 15 times.
- Multi-medalist in the XXIII Barranquilla 2018 Central American Games:
- Gold - 4x100m Women's Combo Relay
- Gold - 4x100m Mixed Combo Relay
- Gold - 4x100m Women's Free Relay
- Gold - 4x100m Mixed Free Relay
- Gold - 4x200m Women's Free Relay
- Silver - Women's 50m Freestyle
- Bronze - Women's 100m Freestyle
- Bronze - 200m Women's Freestyle
- Bronze - 50m Female Butterfly