Summary Day 9 Central American and Caribbean Games San Salvador 2023: Mexico with overwhelming pace remains at the top of the medal table | June 29

The Mexican delegation once again closes a brilliant day in the San Salvador 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games competition and remains the leader of the medal table for another day.

Mexico finished the activity with the harvest of 160 metals so far in the Games, of which 64 are gold, 54 silver and 42 bronze.

Colombia once again remains in second place with 95 medals: 41 gold, 27 silver and 27 bronze.

While Cuba closes the podium of honor, in third position: With 34 gold, 26 silver and 26 bronze, totaling 86.

Great harvest of gold medals in racquetball and swimming for Mexico

Very early the Mexican SebastiΓ‘n Williams won one of the last medals in the discipline of surfingtriumphed in the category of male short board scoring 16.83.

Later in racquetball, the Mexicans Montserrat MejΓ­a and Alexandra Herrera beat the Guatemalans Ana Gabriela MartΓ­nez and MarΓ­a RodrΓ­guez, with which they won gold in the women’s racquetball doubles final.

In addition, the Mexican delegation prevailed in the modality of men’s doubles and mixed pairs.

At the end of the day, the Mexicans won five gold medals in swimming: they won gold in the women’s 50-meter butterfly event with Tayde Sansores; 200 meter men’s breaststroke with Miguel de Lara; women’s 50 meter freestyle with Tayde Revilak; in the men’s and women’s combined 4×100 meter relay.

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