De la Cruz and Pinales win gold medals in boxing

Alexis De la Cruz brought the fifth gold medal to the Dominican Republic, after defeating Erislandy Alvarez, from Cuba, 4-1 in the 63.5 kilograms.

De la Cruz exerted great dominance from start to finish to become the first boxer from Dominican Republic to win gold at the Central American and Caribbean Games.

The triumph gives the fifth gold to the Dominican Republic, while with it it ensures its presence in the Pan American Games to be held this year in Chile.

He is a continental and Bolivarian Games champion.

Pinales adds another gold

Likewise, Cristian Pinales reached another gold medal after defeating Johan Caicedo, from Colombia in the fight for the gold medal in the Central Americans.

The same was done in the 80 kilograms.

In total, Dominican boxing had two gold medals and three silver medals from the six competitors that had been in action on Wednesday.

in surfing

Pascual Silverio finished in fourth place in the bodyboard prone final competition, with a result of 10.27. In the first hello he received a score of 5.50, and in the second 4.77.

In shortboarding, Gian Marco Oliva also finished in fourth place with 9.80, after achieving 5.43 in the first wave and 4.37 in the second.

rowing concludes

Rowing ended its participation in the El Salvador Games with a fourth place this Wednesday in the 2000-meter quadruple short men’s rowing modality.

The quartet from Quisqueyan, made up of Alfredo Esquea, Jancarlos Tineo, Ignacio Vásquez and Carlos Rodríguez covered the distance in 6:17:46 (six minutes, 17 seconds and 46 hundredths.

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The oar was raised with two medals, both bronze.

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