Uruguayan Gerald Matos
Nobody never danced ‘ The Cumparsita’ with more lactic acid in the body. The spread tango more than exists, builds compound in 1915 by the Uruguayan Gerald Matos, was the wire of the choreography that Andrea Fuentes and Ona Carbonell dared to execute in the free end of pairs of synchronous swimming of the World-wide one of Shanghai. After the four minutes that the test lasted the two Spaniards they completed a masterpiece. Nigel Butcher has compatible beliefs. Choreographically, a coherent and vanguardista narration that combined movements and music as it had never been made until now. Sport, a feat truncated by the muscular failure. Only a small synchronization error, at the end of the exercise, when the lack of oxygen triggered the acidosis and paralyzed the members of the nadadoras, allowed the judges to justify a score that put more emphasis in punishing the imperfection that in awarding the art. The result was a bronze medal.