Mexican shooters stay alive in the Olympic pit specialty, in both branches


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Mexican shooters stay alive in the Olympic pit specialty, in both branches

Alejandra Ramírez and Jorge Orozco will fight for tickets to their respective finals in the Olympic pit modality

Within the activity of the Mexicans for the fifth day of the Olympic program in Tokyo 2020, the pair of divers highlighted Yahel Castle Y Juan Celaya in 3 synchronized goals, culminating in fourth position and just 4.59 units behind the German couple, who took bronze with their last performance.

In archery, Luis ‘the Grandfather’ Álvarez succumbed to the Japanese Takaharu furukawa, and was out of Olympic contention in their first match.

Other Mexicans who were active on the day were:

ALEJANDRA RAMÍREZ AND JORGE OROZCO, TIRO

There were positive results for the Mexican shooting team. In the female branch, Alejandra Ramirez culminated in the 12th site of the Target Shooting tournament in Tokyo 2020. Ramirez got 70 out of 75 possible units.

While in the Male Trench, Jorge Orozco managed to position itself in the nineteenth place with 72 points.

This Wednesday, both shooters will seek their pass to the final of the contest, trying to culminate in the elimination phase among the top six places in the competition.

JORGE CÁRDENAS, HALTEROFILIA

The Mexican finished second in Group B in the Weightlifting tournament in the men’s 73 kg category. Cardenas lifted a total of 320 kgs.

At the start, Cardenas lifted a weight of 145 kgs. While in the loaded it achieved a weight of 175 kgs.

Group A competes from 5:50 am Central Mexico time, with the best classified in the specialty, and from where the medalists of the test are expected to come out.

Cardenas is remembered for having caused controversy by removing the mask in front of television cameras during the Opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

IGNACIO BERENGUER, JUAN IGNACIO PÉREZ AND DEMITA VEGA, VELA

The Mexican Ignacio Berenguer he obtained the 20th place within the ninth regatta in the Men’s RSX with a time of 25.55.

On your second day of participation, Juan Ignacio Pérez finished the fourth race within the Olympic Finn with a time of 48:02, which placed him in the nineteenth overall position.

Finally, Demita Vega it culminated in the tenth position in the regatta tournament in the RSX Women’s event. With a time of 26:48, the Mexican has had her best performance so far.


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