Tokyo 2020: Agenda and schedules of Mexican athletes; Archery and Rowing start competition


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Tokyo 2020: Agenda and schedules of Mexican athletes;  Archery and Rowing start competition

Archery and Rowing are the main disciplines of the day, as both will see activity for the first time in the summer fair

Archery and Rowing are the protagonists of this Thursday for Mexican athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, because both disciplines will see the light for the first time in the summer joust.

First, At 7:00 p.m. Central Mexico time, Aida Román, Alejandra Valencia and Ana Vázquez will participate in the women’s individual classification to seek to pursue a medal the following July 30.

While, In the same discipline, but in a men’s individual, Luis ‘El Abuelo’ Álvarez will have action at 11:00 p.m., Central Mexico time. The Mexican will seek to qualify for the final instance to fight for the individual medal on July 31. Archery competitions will be held at the Yumenoshima Classification Range.

Finally, At 7:40 p.m., Central Mexico time, it will be Kenia Lechuga, who participates in Rowing, who lives her elimination in Heat 2 in the Sea Forest Channel. Lettuce will compete against Kathleen Noble from Uganda, Anneta Kyridou from Greece, Felice Aisha from Trinidad and Tobago, Joan Noh from Singapore and Sanita Puspure from Ireland.

While, early this Thursday, the Mexican men’s soccer team got its first win over its French counterpart 4-1. The team led by Jaime Lozano obtained the first three points in Group A and will now play the following Sunday, July 25.


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