How did the Mexican athletes fare this Monday at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games?

How did the Mexican athletes fare this Monday at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games?

These were the results of the Mexicans on the last day that was played in Tokyo.

A new day was held at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and ESPN Digital presents you with a summary of the activity of Mexican athletes highlighting the performance of the softball team.

Mexicans in Triathlon

Crisanto Grajales and Irving Perez debuted in the Asian tournament in the men’s individual event, highlighting the performance of Crisanto when finishing in position 31. For his part, Perez finished in position 46. His next competition will be on July 30 in mixed relays.

Diego Cervantes says goodbye to Tokyo

The Aztec fencer was out of the Olympics after losing to Enzo Lefort 15-11 in the round of 32. Enzo is fourth in the ranking and is currently the current world champion.

Negative debut in beach volleyball

Jose Luis Rubio and Josué Gastón Gaxiola lost their first match in Tokyo to Russians Krasilnikov and Stoyanovskiy. The Aztec duo managed to take the first set but the European couple managed to come back to take the victory 2-1. Rubio and Gastón Gaxiola’s next match will be against the Czech Republic couple.

Outstanding performance by Gabriela Rodríguez

Rodriguez finished in 12th place in the final of Skeet’s sport shooting event and was out of a chance to fight for a medal. However, Gabriela made history by being the first representative in Mexico in this modality since 1988 and by signing the best performance of a Mexican athlete in sports shooting.

Fourth place on a 10m platform

The Mexican duo made up of José Balleza and Kevin Berlin finished in fourth position in the 10-meter platform Final. Balleza and Berlin finished the test with 407.31 points.

Lino falls in the first round.

Lino Muñoz failed to advance in the fight for a place on the podium when he fell to Guatemalan Kevin Cordon 21-14 and 21-12 in his second group stage match. Muñoz claims to be the only Aztec badminton player to have participated in two Olympic Games.

Ulloa debuts in mountain biking.

Gerardo Ulloa finished in 23rd position in the Cross Country mountain biking event. The Aztec had a good performance although he was almost six minutes behind the Englishman, Thomas Pidcock, who finished in first place.

Mexican candle

Ignacio Berenguer and Demita Vega De Lille have 109 and 94 units, respectively, in tablavela after two days of activities and six regattas. For her part, Elena Oetling, in the Radial Laser mode, boasts 71 points after four races.

Softball dreams of bronze

In an exciting match against the Australia team, Mexico took a 4-1 win and a chance to face Canada for a bronze medal. The meeting will be played this Monday.

Ana Gabriela López off the podium

The Mexican weightlifter did not have the performance she expected in the 55 kilogram category when she finished in ninth position. Gabriela López finished with 195kg lifted and in this way said goodbye to the Japanese joust.

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