Santiago 2023: Oliver sisters make 1-2 in modern pentathlon

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The Mexican sisters Mayan and Catherine Oliver They did this Monday 1-2 in modern pentathlonafter obtaining the first and second best total score, After four tests that were held in the Military school of the Chilean capital within the framework of the XIX Pan American Games Santiago 2023.

Mayan Oliver stayed with him first place by completing 1,423 points in the combined disciplines of horse riding in which he finished as leader with 300 points, as in shot and run (laser run) with 646 units, while in fencing He finished fourteenth with 226 points and in the 200 meter freestyle of the swimming She was sixth with 251 points.

His sister Catherine completed 1,407 units and her best discipline was shooting and running in which she finished second with 631 points, the rest of the points were in fencing (sixth, with 238), horse riding (seventh, with 290) and swimming (ninth, with 248).

The bronze medal went to Sophia Hernandezof the Independent Athletes Team, who was the best in fencing with 260 points and third in horse riding with 293 points. In the 200 meter freestyle swim she was fifth with 251 and fell in the last discipline of shooting and running to ninth place with 581 points.

Behind the podium, the American women were placed in order Jessica Davies with 1,370 units; the Mexican Tamara Vega with 1,356; the independent athlete Paula Valencia the also American Phaelen French; and Mariana Arceo also Mexican, all with 1,343 points.

(With information from EFE)

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