Mexico adds four more titles in Pan-American Basque pelota | News
This Saturday, the Mexican Basque pelota team obtained four gold medals from four finals in dispute during the penultimate day of the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games, which have been held in the capital of Chile since last October 20.
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Isaac Pérez defeated the Argentine Federico Fernández 2-0 and was crowned continental champion in the individual rubber paddle, a modality in which Marifer Noriega rose to the top of the podium after defeating the Argentine Sabina Andrade, also 2-0.
With a similar balance, the number 1 in the world ranking, David Álvarez, beat the Cuban Cristian Abreu in frontball (m) and Itzel Reyes beat the Uruguayan Leonella Acosta. According to the specialized press, with this result Mexico reached 47 titles in continental events and confirmed itself as a power in this sport.
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David Álvarez is crowned in men's frontball, beating Cuban Cristian Abreu 2-0 (12-5, 12-0), in Basque pelota, at the XIX Pan American Games #Santiago2023.
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November 4, 2023
Another match that attracted attention during this day was the one corresponding to the discussion of gold in women's water polo, where the archrival teams of the USA and Canada faced each other.
Once again the USA was crowned champion, defeating their opponents by 20-11 goals. According to press reports, this is the sixth title won by the Americans since the 2003 Santo Domingo games.
In a close match, Brazil beat Argentina 10-9 to stay in third place, while Mexico finished fifth by defeating Cuba 15-11. The 7th and 8th places went to Puerto Rico and Chile.
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