Another day of track-and-field athletics Lorena Rangel, a student from Louisiana State University, participated in the 800-meter dash at the 2021 track and field championships first-division outdoors in Jacksonville, Florida, USA.
On this occasion, Rangel Patrice gave a covert performance as he achieved sixth place in his playoffs, which did not give him to advance to the next round and in the end he was placed according to his time of 2 minutes, 7 seconds and 37 part of a hundred, in 37th place out of 48 total athletes.
Despite the position she finished in, the score isn’t bad for an athlete who was born in San Luis Potosi 19 years ago, as I ran into older runners with a lot of experience and fangs in this type of track race.
Teaching that every competition in which he participates represents Louisiana State University (LSU) leaving him will definitely pay off in the future, because Lorena Itzel is very smart and will know how to direct everything he learns into the following sporting events he faces ..
Regarding their participation at the end of last week, the 48 athletes were divided into six strokes and Lorena finished fourth with a time of two minutes, thirty-seven seconds and 37 hundredths. With this result, she did not advance to the final round and was placed in the last thirty-seventh place.
The podium for the winners went as follows: Michaela Mayer, from Virginia, with a time of 2m02s19c in first place; Katie Ann MacDonald, from Louisiana State University ranked 2nd with 2m02s54c; Amber Tanner, Georgia ranked third with 2m03s29c.
It is worth noting that this time Lorena Rangel only participated in the 800-meter race, and she did not participate in the 1500-megapixel, a test in which she also participated.
It will be his next two dates: June 11-13 in Querétaro, Mexico, in the First National Force Championship where he will run the 800 and 1500 meters. A few days later the National U-20 Championship.
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