Mexican results at the moment: another disappointing day


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Mexican results at the moment: another disappointing day

Mexico once again moved away from the medals and little by little the window is closed to add more metals before the end of Tokyo 2020

The Mexican delegation once again had another day without medals in the Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020.

The most outstanding performance of the Day 13 was that of Gabriela Agundez, who finished fourth in the Women’s Diving Final on the 10-meter platform.

These are the Mexican results Until now:

NAILED

The mexicans Gabriela Agundez Y Alejandra Orozco finished in the top 10 in the 10-meter platform test Tokyo 2020. The Olympic couple that achieved the bronze medal in the individual event, could not repeat the feat of getting on the podium but now individually.

Gaby Agundez culminated in position No. 4, falling less than 12 points away from being able to win the bronze medal. Agundez obtained 358.50 points. While Alejandra Orozco finished in sixth position with 322.05 units.

MODERN PENTATHLON

The Mexican team of Modern Pentathlon began his participation in the Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020. The pentathletes, led by Mariana Arceo they completed the first phase of the competition with their fencing events.

TRACK CYCLING

In the test of Keirin, the Mexican Daniela gaxiola culminated in position No. 11 of Tokyo 2020.

Although the cyclist qualified in the third position of her heat eliminatory in the Quarterfinals, was eliminated in the Semifinal and she also suffered a fall, was relegated to Final B, where she went to the bottom of the pack.

ATHLETICS

The Mexican representatives of the 20 kilometer walk debuted in Tokyo 2020 with a bad taste in the mouth, because Andrés Olivas, Noel Chama and Jesús Vega, did not get medals for our country.

Olivas culminated in the eleventh position with a time of 1:22:46, despite the fact that in the first kilometers of the competition he was among the first five places, in the final stretch he was descending in positions.

Meanwhile, Noel Chama crossed the finish line after 1:28:23, to position himself in 38th place. The last Mexican to reach the finish line was Jesús Vega with a time of 1:30:37.


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