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Mexico triumphs at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games
So far, Mexico has won 120 medals - Photo: Taken From Lima 2019's Facebook Page

Mexico triumphs at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games

29/07/2019
14:39
EL UNIVERSAL in English/Gretel Morales
Mexico City
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The Pan American Games end on August 11

Once again, Mexico has shown how talented its athletes are! This year, during the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, Mexico won 136 medals: 37 gold, 36 silver, and 63 bronze medals.

In Athletics, José Luis Santana Marín won silver, Juan Joel Pacheco Orozco won bronze at the Men's Marathon, Fernando Daniel Martínez Estrada won gold at the Men's 5000m category, and Risper Biyaki Gesabwa won silver at the Women's 10000m category. Moreover, José Carlos Villareal Peinado won gold at the Men's 1500m category, Paola Morán Errejón won silver at the Women's 400m category, Uziel Aarón Muñoz Galarza won bronze at the Men's Shot Put category, Laura Esther Galván Rodríguez won gold at the Women's 5000m category, and Roberto Vilches Ruisánchez won bronze at the Men's High Jump category.

In Bowling, the Mexican team won a silver medal during the Women's Doubles event, Miriam Aseret Zetter Velazco won silver and Iliana Lomelí Lemus won bronze in the Women's Single category.

In Canoe Sprint, Mexico won 7 medals: Beatriz Briones won gold at the Women K1 500m event and bronze at the Women K1 200m event; the Mexican team won silver at the Women K4 500m event, bronze at the Men C2 1000m event, bronze at the Men K2 1000m event, bronze in the Men K4 500m category, and another bronze in the K2 500m event.

In Modern Pentathlon, Marina Gutiérrez Arceo won gold in the Women's Individual category, and the Mexican team won gold in the Men's Relay category.

In Mountain Bike, José Ulloa Arevalo and Daniela Campuzano won a gold medal each in the cross-country categories.

In Shooting, Alejandra Ramírez won bronze at the Women's Ind. Trap category, José Luis Sánchez won bronze at the Men's Ind. 50m Rifle 3 Positions, Edson Ramírez won silver in the Men's Ind. 10m Air Rifle category, and the Mexican team won bronze at the Mixed's Team 10m Air Rifle category.

In Squash, Mexico won 5 medals: the Mexican team won silver in the Mixed Doubles, bronze in the Men's Doubles, bronze in the Men's Team, and another bronze in the Women's Team categories, while César Salazar Martínez won bronze at the Men's Singles.

In Taekwondo, Mexico has already won 7 medals: Paola Fregoso won gold in the Women's Individual Poomsae category, Daniela Souza won gold in the Women's Under 49kg category, the Mexican team won gold at the Mixed Pairs Poomsae, Brandon Plaza won silver in the Men's Under 58kg category, Marco Arroyo won bronze during the Men's Individual Poomsae event, Briseida Acosta won gold in the Women's Over 67kg category, and Carlos Sansores won bronze in the Men's Over 80kg category.

In Triathlon, Crisanto Grajales Valencia won gold at the Men Individual event, while Cecilia Gabriel Pérez Flores won bronze in the Women Individual category. The Mexican team won a bronze medal in the Mixed Team Relay category.

In Waterski, Carlos Lamadrid won bronze at the Men's Slalom, Patricio Font Nelson won gold at the Men's Tricks, and Patricio González won bronze at the Men's WakeBoard.

In Weightlifting, Jonathan Muñoz won gold in the Men's 67kg category, Antonio Vázquez Méndez won bronze in the Men's 61kg category, Ana López Ferrer won bronze in the Women's 55kg category, Aremi Fuentes won silver in the Women's 76kg category, and Raúl E. Manríquez won bronze at the Men's +109kg.

In Artistic Swimming, Mexico won silver in the Duet category and silver in the Team category.

In Artistic Gymnastics, Isaac Nuñez and Fabián De Luna won gold each in Men's Parallel Bars and Men's Rings respectively.

In Beach Volleyball, Mexico won silver in the Men's category.

In BoxingRogelio Romero Torres, Esmeralda Falcón Reyes, and Brianda Tamara Cruz Sandoval each won bronze in the Men's 81kg-Light Heavy, Women's 60kg, and 
Women's 69kg categories, respectively.

In Softball, the Mexican team won bronze at the Men's category.

In Cycling Track, the Mexican team won gold at the Women's Team Sprint category, Ignacio Prado Juárez won silver at the Men's Omnium category, and Yuli Paola Verdugo Osuna won bronze at the Women's Keirin category. Moreover, Lizbeth Salazar won silver in the Women's Omnium; Luz Daniela Gaxiola won bronze in Women's Sprint. The Mexican team won bronze in Women's Madison.

In Diving,  Juan Manuel Celaya Hernández won gold at the Men's 1m Springboard category, Paola Milagros Espinosa Sánchez won bronze at the Women's 1m Springboard category, and the Mexican team won gold at the Men's Relay, and bronze at the Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard category. In addition, Kevin Reyes won gold in the Men's 10m Platform category, while Iván García Navarro won silver in the Men's 10m Platform. Juan Manuel Celaya won silver in the Men's 3m Springboard. Moreover, Dolores Hernández won silver at the Women's 3m Springboard, and Alejandra Orozco won bronze at the Women's 10m Platform category. The female team won silver and bronze at the Women's Synchronised 10m Platform and the Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard.

In Canoe Slalom, Sofia Reynoso won bronze at the Extreme Slalom Women (K1) and bronze in Kayak,

In Rhythmic Gymnastics, the Mexican team won 3 medals: 2 gold and 1 silver. While Karla Díaz won bronze in the Ribbon category.

In Trampoline Gymnastics, Dafne Navarro won bronze in the Women's Individual category.

In Racquetball, Paola Longoria won gold at the Women's Singles; Rodrigo Montoya won gold and Álvaro Beltrán won silver at the Men's Singles. Moreover, the Mexican team won three golds in the Men's Doubles, Women's Team, and Women's Doubles categories, and bronze at the Men's Team category.

In Swimming, the Mexican team won three bronze medals: one in the Men's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay category, one at the Men's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay category, and another in the Mixed 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay category. Moreover, Miguel Alejandro De Lara Ojeda won bronze at the Men's 200m Breaststroke category, and Ricardo David Vargas Jacobo won bronze at the Men's 800m Freestyle category.

In Equestrian, the Mexican team won silver at the Jumping Team category.

In JudoEdna Carrillo won bronze at the Women's -48 kg category, and Luz Olvera won silver at the Women's -52 kg category.

In Rowing, the Mexican team won bronze at the Women's Coxless Pair category, gold at the Lightweight Men's Double Sculls, and silver at the Lightweight Men's Coxless Four categories. Moreover, Kenia Lechuga won gold at the Lightweight Women's Single Sculls category, and Juan Carlos Cabrera won silver at the Men's Single Sculls category.

In Wrestling, Alfonso Leyva won silver at the Men's Greco-Roman 87 kg category, Manuel A. López won bronze at the Men's Greco-Roman 67 kg category, and Ambar Garnica won bronze at the Women's Freestyle 68 kg category.

In Fronton, the Mexican team won three gold medals at the Men's Doubles Frontenis, the Women's Doubles Frontenis, and the Women's Doubles Fronton Rubber Ball; and two bronze medals at the Men's Doubles Fronton Leather Ball and at the Women's Doubles Trinquete Rubber Ball categories. Isaac Pérez P. won bronze at the Men's Individual Peruvian Fronton category, and Arturo F. Rodríguez F. won gold at the Men's Individual Fronton Rubber Ball category.

In Fencing, the Mexican team won bronze at the Women's Team Foil category.

In Karate, the Mexican team won two silver medals at the Team Men's Kata and at the Team Women's Kata categories.

In Speed Skating, Jorge Luis Martínez Morales won bronze at the Men's 300m Time Trial and silver at the Men's 500m category, while Verónica Araceli Elías Alvarado won bronze at the Women's 500m category.

In Archery, Andrea Maya Becerra Arizaga won a silver medal at the Women's Compound Individual category.

The Mexican team won bronze in bowling.

Horacio Nava won silver in the Men's 50km Walk category. 

The Mexican team also won bronze in Recurve Mixed Team in archery and silver in Women's Recurve Team. Alejandra Valencia won gold in the Women's Recurve Individual category.

Congratulations to all the talented Mexican athletes!

 

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