Diver Diego Ballesa Opens Only Fans to Raise Funds

mexican diver Diego Ballesa launched his Only Fans accountsubscription platform where you share exclusive content with your subscribers to get monthly income after government funding cuts in a dispute between the Mexican Swimming Federation (FMN) and World Aquatics.

Ballesa, who placed fourth in the men’s synchronized 10m platform at the Tokyo Olympics, is experiencing financial difficulties ahead of the 2024 Games in Paris and decided to use the content platform as a way to collect money for his education.

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I started an argument

This caused controversy, but as they say, there is no good or bad publicity. I am a person who likes her body, which has worked for 21 years. I’m not ashamed of my figure.

“Fortunately, everything went well for me. The response was very favorable.. I have people who support me and know about me.”

Conade announces funding cuts

This was announced by the head of the National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports (Conade) Ana Gabriela. funding cuts in January after World Aquatics withdrew recognition from FMF President Kirill Todorov and established a “stabilization committee”

Todorov, who has repeatedly declared his innocence, now faces trial in Mexico for embezzlement.

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“I hope that this situation will be resolved as soon as possible, as this is what affects us the most, as we are forced to find a way to support ourselves and our families without neglecting our daily work, that is, training,” Balesa added.

Mexico’s elite aquatic athletes have been forced to create fundraising initiatives.

Divers even sold coffee

Olympic diver Kevin Berlin launched his own brand of coffee and divers Alejandra Orozco and Gabriela Agundes considered auctioning off their Olympic medals before receiving financial assistance from a Mexican airline.

The most notorious case is that of the Artistic Swimming Team, which launched a campaign to Sell ​​towels and swimwear and enlisted the support of billionaire businessman Carlos Slim’s charitable foundation, which financed the team’s trip to the World Championships in Egypt, where they won three golds and one bronze earlier this month. (Reuters)

Source: Aristegui Noticias