Barranquilla, Colombia.- The 23rd Central American and Caribbean Games meet their eighth competition date, right in the middle of the calendar, and the Mexican delegation”s getaway continues for the final leg.
In a total of seven titles Mexico increased on Thursday its golden harvest representing the country of the Aztecs to make a count of 77 first places, while their escorts Colombia (43) and Cuba (35) only added one per capita.
In addition to the huge edge that takes from the rest of the group, speaking in terms of cycling, the stability of the Mexican acceleration is guaranteed by the relatively fewer number of medals to be distributed this Friday.
The karate, that culminates its three days of combats, and the sport of shooting will carry on three awarding ceremonies each one.
The news of the day in terms of premieres will be that of tennis, an event that promotes the resistance that can be made by the native of Barranquilla Maria Fernando Herazo to the Puerto Rican Olympic champion Mónica Puig.