Mexico had a positive day that rounded off with a historic gold

Mexico had a positive day that rounded off with a historic gold

The Mexican delegation secured the gold medal No. 100 in its history at the Paralympic Games with Mónica Rodríguez

The Mexican delegation lived a historic day in the Paralympic Games from Tokyo 2020. Monica Rodriguez and your guide Kevin Aguilar won the 100th gold medal in history for Mexico, in addition to setting a world record in their test, while, also in athletics, Gloria Zarza the silver at shot put.

Athletics gave a historic day to Mexico in the Paralympic Games

The day in the tartan began with the gold medal of Monica Rodriguez and your guide Kevin Aguilar in the 1,500 meters classification T11. Both went down in history for delivering the gold medal N ° 100 for Mexico in the Paralympic Games, but they also did it with a world record at the end of 4: 37.39.

Also in athletics, but in the test of shot put class F54, Gloria Zarza gave him the first prize of silver to Mexico in what of Tokyo 2020. The Mexican delivered a result of 8.06, which was only below the 8.33 that the Chilean Francisca Mardones did.

Jose Chessani, in the classification of the 400 meters T38, he also had an outstanding performance by finishing first in his heat, which ensured his stay in the final of the test, which will be held this August 31 at 5:31 a.m. time of Mexico.

Marías Salas and Leticia salgado placeholder image They contested the final of the F56 classification javelin throw. However, the Mexicans were far from the podium.

Daniela velasco, together with his companion Cesar Belman, in the 400 meters T12, and Eliezer gabriel, in javelin throw F56, they failed to advance to the final of their respective tests.

Swimming, with a day without medals

There were seven representatives of Mexico those who participated in swimming during the day in Tokyo 2020. However, only four managed to qualify for the finals of their respective tests.

Fabiola Ramírez, Haidee Aceves and Patricia Valle participated in the 100-meter freestyle S3 classification, but only the last two managed to advance to the final, in which Valley was sixth and Aceves, eighth.

Gustavo Sánchez and Ángel de Jesús Camacho they got to the final of the 200 meters freestyle S4 and were close to the medals, Camacho finished on the fifth rung, would you put that Sanchez closed the test in sixth place.

Karina Hernandez, in 50 meter back S5, and Matilde Alcazar, in 200 meters combined S11, they could not advance to the final of their respective tests.

One more medal was close in weightlifting

Patricia Barcenas finished in the fourth position in the test of +86 kilos; while José de Jesús Bárcenas he finished in fifth place in the final of -107 kilos.


Eduardo Sanchez He started the day with a 9-1 win over Japan’s Takumi Nakaruma. However, he lost his second duel 5-4 against the Argentine. Mauricio Ibarbure, a result that marked its elimination in Tokyo 2020, after being in the third place of his group.

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