It was early in the morning, when Claudia, her mother, heard strange sounds. He approached the bed and found that Yazmin, his daughter, was barely 23 years old I had attacksHe walked away, did not know what to do, but he knew for sure: he had to act fast. After raising her, she took her to the car to take her to the Pasteur Regional Hospital. I prayed I asked God to help her. But halfway, the little girl's heart did not resist. Suddenly, the life of Yazmína Marz, a provincial and national amateur champion and one of the great promises of the Argentine box, was over.
She was born on April 23, 1995 and was the third of the five children: Milena, Oreste, Antonella and Tomás, with whom she lived in Villa Maria's house, Córdoba, her place in the world. While it never came to trouble as the girl approached the fighting. First martial arts: He began to train kung fu and later kick boxing, reaching the first day and becoming an instructor.
Yazmin Marzo was one of the great promises of the Argentine box.
These were the days in which he had the habit of traveling 150 kilometers separating his town from the capital of Cordoba, where he began to create a name for himself. Oh, and also a nickname to follow forever: Hurricane. "I put it because it was strong and I always went forward, I was never satisfied and I went to more, very temperamental and demanding with myself, a full athlete." I remember one day, looking for a nickname, I said: Like "El Huracán"? "He replied that, and was," said Hugo Vilches, his first coach.
Yazmin and Hugo Vilchs, his first coach.
But that storm always he fought back against the drug, an addiction against which he was always in a disadvantageous position. So in mid-2016, after several years of training and time between Cordoba and Buenos Aires, he decided to return to Villa María, be close to his family, his friends, and heal. And this is not just a way to say: If you had a problem, you were looking for therapeutic help.
As he followed the doctor's recommendation, he was tempted to put the gloves and enter the ring. Suddenly, without thinking about it before, boxing became a part of his life. Very important part. In April this year, she actually participated in the State Women's Championship in Alta Gracia, where she was the champion in the category up to 69 kilograms. On August 17, he was crowned provincial champion (band was vacated) at Club Union, after unanimously defeating Cordova Alexia Giga.
Everything seemed to improve in his life. I was happy, I, from yapa, received a call to integrate Las Toritas, an Argentine women's boxing team. However, the illusion of traveling to Venezuela, where Continental will take place, did not last long. But despite being out there, he did not go down. On the contrary, he continued to train without rest. He won the prize in October: he was re-listed and confirmed for the team that participated in the World Championships in New Delhi, India, last November.
Tremendly changed the hours and gloves of the study: he attended a teaching staff at the La Santísima Trinidad Institute. In addition, he co-ordinated the Grammar School of the well-known hotel located on the outskirts of the city and shared work in the workshop related to prevention and inclusion in sports for athletes wishing to escape from various addictions. Besides, he began to enjoy being recognized by his neighbors on the street.
"People tell me to make history." It has never been so that the amateur boxer Villamariense goes to the World Cup. And even less women, "she told her with a big smile, News by Ville María.
Yazmin along with his teammates from Las Toritas, the Argentine team.
He dreamed about winning the gold medal at the World Championships, but he had to represent the country in a higher category than his natural weight and ended up in a 75-kg fight, not 69, where he performed better. On November 17, she debuted at the International Match against Myagmarjargal Munkhbat from Mongolia in her only appearance at the AIBA 2018 Women's World Cup, which took place in the KD Stadium IG Jadhav Hall in New Delhi. He was defeated by points, although at that moment no one doubted his future was huge.
And she was delighted with what she could achieve. "This is nice, I'm very good, I'm calm, I feel strong, confident and with all the tools to achieve new goals," he discovered. And it was so. That had to be so.
However, their rights struggle went far beyond interviews, flashes, and acknowledgments. He had relapses, days when the guard had fallen. "We received Yazmin after her request for help, and she made an amazing change, started boxing, teaching and learning, and we were happy with what she lived on. But there are people who seem to be cured and never definite," he said Dr. Julio Tabárez, workshop leader Yaz attended, when he learned about the news of his death recently. He added: "Before each return we had to start over again, we know that it does not treat antibiotics like pneumonia."
Yazmin Marzo died at the age of 23. The causes of his death are being investigated. (Photo: Villa María News)
Prosecutor Juliana Companys caused Yazmín as "the death of suspect etiology". In addition, he ordered an autopsy from March. In Villa Maria everybody hurts. They know it's overdose. And that Yazmin's life ended long before he needed it.