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Who are the Mexican Paralympic athletes going to Tokyo 2020?

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Marysol Fragoso

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The president of the Mexican Paralympic Committee (COPAME), Liliana Suárez Carreón and the head of mission to the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, Juan Pedro Toledo, announced the names of the 60 national teams, which will compete in eleven disciplines, from August 24 to September 5, 2021, in the maximum fair of adapted sport based in Japan.

The flag bearers of Mexico for the next opening ceremony will be the three-time Paralympic champion of para powerlifting, Amalia Perez Vazquez and the world and parapan American champion of para taekwondo, Juan Diego García López.

The selection was made up of 29 women and 31 men, who will compete in for athletics, boccia, for equestrian, judo, for swimming, for powerlifting, for rowing, for taekwondo, for table tennis, for archery, for triathlon.

You can also read: All Mexican athletes who will go to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

PARALYMPIC DELEGATION:

ATHLETICS

Monica Olivia Rodríguez Saavedra 1500 flat meters
Rosa Maria Guerrero Cázares Bullet / discus throw
Maria de los Angeles Ortiz Hernandez Bullet throw / weight
Rebeca Valenzuela Alvarez Javelin throw
Gloria Zarza Guadarrama Shot put
Floralia Estrada Bernal Discus throw
Belén Monserrat Sánchez Domínguez Discus throw
Rosa Carolina Castro Castro Discus throw
Leticia Ochoa Delgado placeholder image Discus throw
Daniela Eugenia Velasco Maldonado 1500 flat meters
Maria Estela Salas Marin Discus throw
Diana Laura Coraza Castañeda 400 flat meters
Edgar Cesáreo Navarro Sánchez 100 meters in a wheelchair
Eliezer Gabriel Buenaventura Javelin throw
Edgar Ulises Fuentes Yáñez Javelin throw
José Rodolfo Chessani García 400 flat meters
Leonardo de Jesús Pérez Juárez 400 meters in a wheelchair
Mario Santana Ramos Hernandez Club throw
Juan Pablo Cervantes Garcia 100/400 flat meters
Jose Roman Ruiz Castro Bullet throw
Bryan Leonel Enriquez González Shot put
Edgar Ismael Barajas Barajas Javelin throw
Jorge Benjamin González Sauceda 400 flat meters
Erick Ortiz Monroy Shot put

SWIMMING

Diego Lopez Diaz 50 meters back
Jose Arnulfo Castorena Velez 50 meters back
Jesus Hernandez Hernandez 50 meters back
Juan José Gutiérrez Bermúdez 400 freestyle and 200 combined meters
Cristopher Gregorio Tronco Sánchez 200 free meters
Gustavo Ramón Sánchez Martínez 200 free meters
Angel of Jesus Camacho Ramírez 200 free meters
Luis Armando Andrade Guillén 100 free meters and butterfly
Raúl Gutiérrez Bermúdez 400 freestyle and 200 combined meters
Fabiola Ramirez Martinez 50 meters back
Patricia Valle Benitez 100 free meters
Stefanny Rubí Cristino Zapata 400 free meters
Matilde Estefanía Alcázar Figueroa 100 free meters
Haidee Viviana Aceves Pérez 100 free meters
Naomi Somellera Mandujano 100 meters chest
Luz Kerena López Valdés 100 meter butterfly
Karina Amayrani Hernández Torres 100 free meters
Nely Edith Miranda Herrera 50 meters back

JUDO OF THE BLIND AND VISUAL FAILURE

Lenia Fabiola Ruvalcaba Álvarez minus 70 kg
Eduardo Adrián Ávila Sánchez minus 81 kg

POWERLIFTING

Amalia Perez Vazquez 61 KG
Pearl Patricia Bárcenas Ponce de León Other 86 KG
Mayra Alejandra Hernández Godínez More than 50KG
Jose de Jesus Castillo Castillo Up to 107 KG

TAEKWONDO

Daniela Andrea Martínez Mariscal Other 58 KG
Francisco Alejandro Pedroza Luna Other 75 KG
Juan Diego Garcia Lopez Less 75 KG

BOWL

Eduardo Sanchez Reyes Category BC1

TABLE TENNIS

Victor Eduardo Reyes Turcio category TT2
Maria Edith Sigala López category TT3
Claudia Perez Villalba category TT7

REMO

Michel Muñoz Malagón category PR1 M1x

ARC SHOT

Samuel Efrén Molina Núñez Single recurve bow
Omar Echeverría Espinoza Single compound bow

TRIATHLON

Brenda Osnaya Alvarez PTWC-H1

EQUESTRIAN

Ignacio Treviño Strong Para-Dressage
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