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Christofer Jurado, first Panamanian to compete in Tokyo

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The rider Christofer Jurado will be the first Panamanian to have action at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

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The Chorrerano Jurado, who carries out his preparation camp in Turkey, is scheduled to compete on July 23 (9:00 pm Panamanian time), according to the Olympic Committee of Panama (COP).

Panama that will be represented by 10 athletes in Tokyo, It will have Kristine Jiménez in the -52 kilograms category, competing in the preliminary on July 24 (9:00 pm). That same day and at the same time, Atheyna Bylon will have to get into the ring at -75 kilos.

While swimmer Emily Santos will jump into the pool on July 25 (5:00 am). Later, but in judo Miryam Roper will have action at -57 kilograms in the preliminaries in a duel scheduled for 9:00 am

The next day, Tyler Christianson will compete in the 200 meter medley at (5:00 am),

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Gianna Woodruff will have to compete in the preliminary round in the 400m hurdles July 30 at 7:00 pm

Nathalee Aranda from Colea will see action in the long jump on August 1 at 7:10 pm in the preliminary round

Alonso Edward has its preliminary race on August 2 at 7:00 pm

SEE ALSO: Panama has a ‘rebel’ team, says Honduras coach

The last to participate in Panama is Jorge Castelblanco, the marathoner from Chiriqui has his competition on August 7 at 6:00 pm


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