Santiago 2023: Brazil wins second place in artistic gymnastics (f) | News

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This Sunday, the Brazilian women's artistic gymnastics team won the silver medal in the competition of this modality at the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games, which has been taking place in Chile for several days.


The US and Mexico lead the Pan American medal table

Thanks to the performance of its members, the Brazilian team added 161,564 units and only lost to the United States (165,196). Canada won the bronze medal (154.230).

During Saturday's day, the American team (m) won the gold medal with 249.860, while Canada was second (246.794) and Brazil won the bronze (245.394).

This Sunday the actions continued in the Pan American taekwondo, a discipline in which Mexico added two more gold medals to the three it won on Saturday, thus confirming its status as a regional power in this sport.

According to reports, Leslie Xcaret Soltero won in the 67 kg (f), while the couple Cecilia Lee and William de Jesús Arroyo won in the Poomsae choreographic modality (mixed category).

Haitian Ava Soon Lee, who finished second in the 67 kg, gave her country its first silver medal in the history of taekwondo in these competitions. Representatives from Panama, Ecuador, Cuba and the host country obtained bronze medals.

For her part, the Canadian Skylar Park defeated the Brazilian Maria Clara Lima in a tough fight for gold in the 57 kg. Behind the champion were Caitlyn Sara Cox (USA) and Carolena Jean Carstens (Panama).

Carl Alan Nickolas, who defeated the Colombian Miguel Ángel Trejos. Cuban Kevin Calderón and Brazilian Lucas Ostapiv won bronze medals.

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