Santiago 2023: Mexican mermaids bathe in gold
The Mexicans Nuria Diosdado and Joana Jiménez champions of the artistic swimming in pairs in the XIX Pan American Games Santiago 2023, which also guaranteed the ticket to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The Mexican duo got a score of 235.7875 in the free routine carried out on this day, which, in addition, was that of greatest difficulty that occurred in the competition.
To this result are added the 250.2333 points obtained on Tuesday in technical routine, for a total of 486.0208 which guaranteed them the gold medal.
Diosdado and Jiménez They were also able to remove the thorn from second place achieved in Lima 2019in which the gold went to the duet of Canada.
On this occasion, the silver medal was in the hands of the American duo made up of Megumi Field and Ruby Remati, who came to the competition with bronze achieved in synchronized team swimming in the Fukuoka World Swimming Championships in July.
The Americans added a total score of 451.6758, with the 238.8467 achieved on Tuesday in the technical routine and the 212.8292 obtained in the free routine this Thursday.
At the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, Remati cHe won two bronze medals, one in the duet competition and the other in the team competition.
The Brazilians Laura Miccuci and Gabriela Regly Silva They completed the podium with a score of 191.9604 in the free routine, plus the 198.2833 recorded in the technical routine, for a total of 390.2437.
The artistic swimming competition, which takes place in the Aquatic Center of the National Stadium Sports Park of Santiagowill continue in the next few hours with the team free routine presentations.
(With information from EFE)
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