JCC San Salvador 2023: Nuria Diosdado amazes with her routine and wins gold in the free solo

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the mexican swimmer Nuria Diosdado won the gold medal this Sunday in the free solo test of the Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador 2023.

At the El PolvorĂ­n de Taco Sports Complex, the Mexican masterfully executed her routine, which earned her a final score of 161.2500, of which 75.0500 were for its execution, 86.2000 for its artistic impression, 18.10 for the difficulty.

The silver was obtained by the swimmer Kyra Hoevertsz from Aruba, which added 152.2667 points; while bronze went to Monica Arango, from Colombia, which made 46.7542 points.

With this result, The Mexican adds her second gold medalafter obtaining the first on Saturday together with her partner Joana Jiménez, when they both surpassed their competitors from Colombia and Aruba with a score of 222.1617.

Thus, Diosdado consolidates his chances for the Pan American Games that will take place in Santiago in November and where your ticket to the Paris Olympics in 2024.

Photo: Twitter (@SSalvador2023)

Sunday was a great day for Mexican swimming. At the Merliot La Mexicana Aquatic Complex María Mata took the silver medal in the test of the 200 freestyle meters (1:59.98), where the gold was won by the Cuban Elisabet Gámez, with 1:59.52. The bronze went to the Cuban Andrea Becali, who defeated the Colombian Karen Durango head-to-head.

On the other hand, the Mexican michael lara He was one of the stars of the day because in addition to winning gold in the 100-meter breaststroke, broke the Games record.

The athlete set a mark of 1:00.23 and he beat the one imposed five years ago in Barranquilla by the Colombian Jorge Murillo, which was 1:00.37.

The silver of the test this Sunday was obtained by Mexican Andrés Puente (1:01.62) and the bronze was won by Honduran Julio Horrego (1:02.14), thus giving his country the first medal at the Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador.

In the image, Miguel de Lara. Photo: Twitter (@COM_Mexico)

The Mexican José Martínez obtained the bronze in the 200-meter medley test, with a time of 2:01.76, surpassed by the Guatemalan Erick Gordillo, who won the test with a time of 2:02.80, and by the Aruban Patrick Groters (2:01.39).

In the women's 100 meter backstroke, Mexico made it 1-2 with Miranda Grana, which stopped the clock at 1:02.18, and Athena Meneses, who had a record of 1:02.62, while Kristen Miranda climbed to the third step of the podium with a time of 1:02.68.

In the men's 1,500-meter freestyle, the winner was the Colombian Juan Morales, the money was hung by José Cano from Mexico and the bronze went to the Puerto Rican Christian Bayo.

The last test of the day was the 4Ă—400 relay in which Mexico got its third gold of the day with a time of 3:20.20, while the second step of the podium was occupied by Venezuela (3:21.87) and the third by Trinidad and Tobago (3:22.33).

The swimmers Athena Meneses and Miranda Grana. Photo: Twitter (@COM_Mexico)

(With information from EFE and Aristegui News)

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