The The Brazilian delegation was the big winner on the second day of the Pan-American Junior Games in Cali, hanging eight golds and taking first place in the overall medal table, ahead of Colombia and Mexico who have won seven and four gold medals, respectively.
They also got Argentina and the United States took four golds, while Chile and Cuba took three; Venezuela and the Dominican Republic have two, and Ecuador has one.
The delegates did not get gold, but they were able to celebrate their first medals was Peru, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Panama, Bolivia, Canada and Uruguay.
Skiing and Judo, the strengths of Brazil
The momentum for Brazil was in Skating, where Lucas Rabelo reigned in the “street” mode After that, Pamela Rosa did it.
Lucas, runner-up in the world of skateboardingTwo-time world champion Pamela smashed her opponents on the second day of the US Junior Games, which will run until December 5 in Cali, Colombia.
In judo, the Brazilian delegation presented a distinguished performance and won the 48 kg gold with Alexia Vitoria Vilhalba, who defeated the Venezuelan in the final. Maria Gabriela Jimenez and Gabriel Falcao Lira in the weight of 73 kg, defeating the Dominican Antonio Pablo Tournal in a decisive battle.
In addition to the eight gold medals, Brazil also won four silver and five bronze medals.
Good day for the host
Today was also a good day for the host Who showed his face today in one of the competitions in which he was a favorite: bike path.
The coffee team suspended the three gold medals in the disputed tests This Friday in the Alcides Nieto Patiño Velodrome with Anderson Arboleda Ruiz, who was the best in the world before Mexican Ricardo Peña and Chilean Jacob Decar, and with the men’s and women’s sprint teams.
in swimming, Santiago Angel was one of the heroes Who beat Brazil’s Eduardo Oliveira de Moraes and his compatriot Juan Manuel Morales for the 400m freestyle title in a very close final.
The women’s 200m butterfly race also won gold Colombian Karen Durango, who snatched the victory from the Brazilian Rafaela Trevisan and her compatriot Samantha Baños.
One of the heroes of that day was Cuban diver Anisley Garcia Navarro, who won two of the three gold medals won by his country in competitions.
The 19-year-old diver beat the American Jocelyn Oakley and Colombian Stephanie Madrigal On a 10-meter podium, as well as being the key piece for Cuba to win the mixed team event against Mexico and the United States.
lived a similar situation Argentine Valentin Rossi, Who won the gold in the 1000 meters in the speedboat and in the 500 meters for the team.
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