Here the activity that Mexicans will have in Tokyo

The participation of Alejandra Valencia in the aspiration to get a medal in Archery draws attention to the activity that Mexicans will have on the day of the Olympic Games

Mexican athletes continue in search of Olympic glory and with half of this Thursday’s activity in the history books, the day will continue in the afternoon and throughout Friday, July 30.

In Tire, Jorge Orozco stroked the medals and came fourth in the Men’s Pit, while Alejandra Valencia he slipped into the round of 16 in Archery to continue in the search for his second metal in this edition.

That is why we present you what you cannot miss during Thursday afternoon and Friday.

Golf seeks to continue in first places

With a good first round from Carlos Ortiz, who is in second place, the man from Guadalajara will try not to leave the top-3 to be able to continue in medal places in his first Olympic participation. Similarly, Abraham Ancer will want to climb steps after being in 20th place.

Time: 17:30

Athletics in search of first glories

Edgar Rivera will compete in the High Jump in Group B in search of the first glories in this specialty. The Aztec will have the eyes of the world at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium.

Time: 19:15

Ale Valencia and the search for the double medal

The Mexican goalkeeper is looking for her way to gold in the individual branch and will face the second round against the French Lisa Barbelin. If he wins, he will reach the quarterfinals and so on until he sneaks into the grand final. The competition is continuous and starts from Thursday night to culminate at dawn on Friday.

Time: 19:56

Possibility of medal in Gymnastics

It will be Dafne Navarro who can make history on the springboard by facing her qualification tonight. The Mexican athlete will have a tough test, but if she wins, she would advance to the fight for the medals, which will be at dawn this Friday.

Time: 23:00

Other disciplines on Thursday evening

Rowing: Kenya Lettuce in final C 6:45 p.m.

Baseball: Mexico vs Dominican Republic 22:00

Candle: Elena Oetling in races 09 and 10 22:05 hours

Friday July 30

The activity will begin at dawn in central Mexico time and after a break in the afternoon a new day will begin in the fight for the medals of the summer fair.

Ale Valencia and the search for the double medal

The Mexican goalkeeper is looking for her way to the gold in the individual branch and if she passes the knockout match against the French Lisa Barbelin, she will sneak into the quarterfinals at dawn and so on until she sneaks into the grand final.

Quarter-final time: 00:45 (if qualifying)

Possibility of medal in Gymnastics

It will be Dafne Navarro who can make history on the springboard by facing her qualification tonight. The Mexican athlete will have a tough test, but if she wins, she would advance to the fight for the medals, which will be at dawn this Friday.

End time: 00:50 (if qualifying)

The ring rules

Rogelio Romero will meet Cuban Arlen Torres in the Light Heavyweight quarterfinals at the Kokugikan Arena. If he won his fight, he would have a day off and then go to the Olympic semifinal.

Time: 05:06

Shared effort in Triathlon

In this specialty, the quartet made up of Irving Pérez, Crisanto Grajales, Claudia Rivas and Cecilia Pérez will have the opportunity to fight for a medal, and it is that in the mixed relay specialty they will seek to bring glory to Mexico.

Time: 5:30 p.m.

New opportunity in Tire

After Jorge Martín Orozco’s fourth place in the men’s individual pit, he will pair with Alejandra Ramírez in the mixed team pit to fight for a possible final, and they will have the qualifiers on Friday afternoon and the potential final at night.

Qualifying time: 7:00 p.m. End time: 11:30 p.m. (if they qualify)

Other competitions on Friday, July 30

Diving: Women’s individual 3m springboard, Arantxa Chávez and Aranza Vázquez 01:00 hours

Athletics: Round 1 5000 m for women Laura Esther Galván Rodríguez 05:00 hours

Swimming: Men’s 50m freestyle, Gabriel Castano 5:14 am

Baseball: Opening round, Mexico vs Japan 10pm

Candle: Race 07 and 08 Finn-Barco men’s individual (heavy), Juan Pérez 22:05 hours