Tricolor swimmers contribute more medals

Tricolor swimmers contribute more medals
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The Mexican delegation that competes in the Santiago Parapan American Games He won a couple more golds thanks to the pool performances of swimmers Nely Miranda and Ángel Camacho.

During yesterday's day the tricolors added those two gold medals, four silver and nine bronze, to consolidate themselves in sixth position in the medal table of nations.

Veteran swimmer Miranda dominated the SM4 150 meter medley competition, establishing a new regional record with a time of 3:02.55 minutes.

Camacho's gold was adorned with a podium filled with tricolors after Gustavo Sánchez and Jesús Hernández made 1-2-3 in the SM4 150 meter event, in the case of the winner establishing a new competition record.

In other competitions, powerlifting specialist Martín Pérez Sandoval contributed one of the silvers of the day after achieving a weight lift of 172 kilograms in the 80 kilogram category.


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