Santiago 2023: Mexico finish in third place in the overall medal table

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The Mexican delegation that participated in the XIX Pan American Games Santiago 2023, scheduled from October 20 to November 5, ended its participation this Sunday and occupied the third place in the general medal table with 52 gold prizesa new record for the national team, after surpassing by 15 aureas what was done in Lima 2019.

In the Andean joust, where they met around 7 thousand athletes from 41 countries and competed in 40 sports and 59 disciplines, The Mexican team successfully defended the third place obtained four years ago, only surpassed on this occasion by USAcontinental power with 124 gold, followed by Brazil with 66.

Mexico had a spectacular closing, led in the last few days by the Mexican Basque pelota teama rival to beat that was not due to adding 6 gold metals, to get to 52 gold dams and surpass the 46 in Canada with whom a close battle was maintained throughout the continental event.

In addition to Vasca ballthe Mexican team dominated the medal table in artistic swimming (2 gold); nailed (8 gold); soccer (gold and bronze); Golf (1 gold), modern pentathlon (5 gold); racquetball (3 gold), taekwondo (6 gold) and sport's shotwhere he added 5 golds, the same as the leader United States.

The brilliant performance of the Mexican team was recognized by the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who congratulated the athletes, coaches, directors and institutions through social networks for the historic result achieved in the Andean competition.

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