Exatlón México: all about Mati Álvarez, who is he, profile, career, controversies, Instagram photos and more | Exatlon Cup | series | MX nnda nnlt | MEXICO

is an original program by that was created under the inspiration of the program of Turkey “Exathlon”. It premiered in the year 2017 and the mechanics was a confrontation of two teams of 10 members each week by week they were subjected to physical and mental tests to win the final prize of 2 million pesos.

The fourth season of the game show aired some time ago, culminating in its last episode over a month ago. However, there are some controversies that have transcended the chic displaya to become a constant gossip among fans of the or those involved.

One of these problems were starring Y Cassandra ascencio, one that was followed by Twitter because of the supposed promise that the athletes made when they competed. Apparently, they had agreed to divide the money earned from the fighting between the Titans vs. Heroes, but Cassandra did not receive the money that would have been promised.

With both competitors in the eye of the storm, for now fans want to know more about the athletes because of their great performance on the show and because, as usual, they want to know exactly who to believe. Therefore, here we tell you everything that is known about , competitor of “Exatlon Mexico”.

WHO IS MATI ÁLVAREZ?

Mat Álvarez started in sports at the age of 4, but began competing at the age of 10 (Photo: Instagram)

Matilde Alvarez Sierra was born in Puebla on November 7, 1995. Better known as Mati Alvarez, is a heptathlete who has achieved enormous achievements in the sport of Mexico, being educated from a very young age in competitions. She practiced swimming since she was 4 years old, but only at 10 did she start her career in the Athletics.

She was in the American school where she also showed great dedication to studies, and it was at her institution that they recommended her to enter the ecological park Mexican Revolution, where he trains daily. There he caught the attention of the Cuban coach Pedro Tani, who after performing the corresponding tests, became his official trainer.

Mat Álvarez has not stopped training since he began to compete professionally (Photo: Instagram)
Mat Álvarez has not stopped training since he began to compete professionally (Photo: Instagram)

His career was so incredible that he was awarded the Municipal Sports Award on December 2010, which distinguishes her as the best athlete in the world State of Puebla regardless of discipline. In the year 2012 did not participate in competitions due to injury, but was still later promoted to Olympic cauldron at the Inauguration of the seconds Central American and Caribbean Youth Games.

In order to 2014, I travel to USA to study in the Texas A&M University. On 2015, Off started studying at the University of the Americas of Pueblto being captain of the UDLAP Aztecas Athletics Team for 3 years, taking the long jump test in the first 2 years, then switching to the heptathlon in his final year.

Mat Álvarez is champion of
Mat Álvarez is the champion of “Exatlón México” of the 3rd and 4th seasons (Photo: Instagram)

According to the same page of Tv Azteca, Álvarez I participate in “Exatlon Mexico”During his third season, joining the ‘Famosos’ team. During her career, she became the Women’s Champion of the season after beating Cassandra ascencio in the rival team of the Super Final. Matilde also won the “Exatlón Cup” against Cassandra staying with the victory for Mexico by beating the competitors from other countries.

Regarding your latest controversy, Die admitted that they had an alliance with Cassandra so that they could both make it to the finals, but when she was inducted into the 4th season of “Exatlon Mexico”, She discovered that the athlete was already speaking ill of her and even called her ‘bitch’ on a national level when exposing all that.

SOME OF MATI ÁLVAREZ’S ACHIEVEMENTS

  • 10 times national champion.
  • 23 Gold medals in the National Olympiad.
  • National record in Long Jump, category sub 18.
  • Mexican record in relief 4×100, category sub 20.
  • CONADEIP Record, 2019.
  • 7th place in the world at the World Junior Championship.
  • Youngest athlete to participate in the Guadalajara 2011 Pan American Games (15 years old)
  • 3rd place in Central American and Caribbean Games in Long Jump.

INSTAGRAM PHOTOS OF MATI ÁLVAREZ

Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)
Mati Álvarez (Photo: Instagram)

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