On the second day of activities at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, the Mexican delegation could not hang a medal, although there were outstanding performances
After the first day of competition in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games left a good taste in the mouth with the bronze medal of Fabiola Ramirez In swimming, for the second day of activities, the Mexican delegation fell short in getting a new medal despite its good performance.
The activity began on Wednesday night with swimming, where Gustavo Sánchez and Ángel de Jesús Camacho will perform at the Tokyo Aquatic Center for the 100-meter freestyle. Although they both qualified for the final, Camacho Ramírez finished in fourth place and Sánchez Martínez in eighth place.
Similarly, also in swimming, Raúl and Juan José Gutiérrez Bermudez participated in the 200-meter individual-Medley and it was Juan José who qualified for the final after their elimination; however, it did not reach metals and finished in seventh place out of eight.
On the women’s side, Matilde Estefanía Alcazar Figueroa participated in the 400-meter freestyle and qualified for the final, which was in fifth place and 20 hundredths of the medals.
In table tennis, Víctor Reyes fell 3-2 to Serbian Goran Perlic in Group C activity within Class 2 competition. While Edith Sigala lost 3-0 to Italian Michela Brunelli in class 3 of Group E.
🚨 AT THE MOMENT 🚨#ParaSwimming
In Para Swimming, Matilde Alcazar was placed in the 2nd position of Heat 1, of the women’s 400 m freestyle, S4 classification, with a mark of 5: 26.58. 🥳🇲🇽🔥#MEX #Paralympics #Let’s Together pic.twitter.com/9F0Jvc1u7U
– Mexican Paralympic Committee (@COPAME) August 26, 2021