Leo Rodriguez will keep forever in your retina Italy tournament this Tour Way To The Future. For the escort from Gran Canaria, it means having reached a hundred caps, something that places her as one of the most experienced players in the current National Team.

He made his debut in 2013 in a friendly tournament in preparation for the 2013 EuroBasket held in Águilas. Spain ended up hanging the gold that year but Leo Rodríguez did not enter that final call. A situation that he ran into again at the World Cup in Tenerife in 2018 and at the EuroBasket in 2019. It was not easy, but if Leo’s path in this National Team is made of one thing, it is resilience.

The escort is the 32nd player to reach this number of matches with the Women’s Absolute and currently, only three active players surpass her (Silvia Domínguez, Alba Torrens and Laura Gil). In her record, Leo accumulates three medals: the gold of the 2017 EuroBasket and the silvers of the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2014 World Cup in Turkey.

Rodríguez reaches one hundred games with accumulated statistics of 425 points, 119 rebounds and 79 assists, standing out how could it be otherwise, from the line of three with a percentage of success above 30%.

In a moment of transition like the one the National Team is experiencing, the presence of veterans who contribute their know-how is important. Leo Rodríguez will have that role in the future challenges that La Familia faces.