Mexico has already reached the goal of 100 gold medals and is currently ranked 21st in the Paralympic tournament with nine medals.
Tokyo, Japan.- On one more day at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Mexico added two new medals in swimming and judo, both bronze.
Diego López took third place in the men’s final 50 meters back with a time of 45:66 and only behind the Ukrainian Denys Ostapchenko and the Chinese Liankang Zou.
While Lenia Ruvalcaba hung the medal in judo after beating the Turkish Raziye Ulucam 10-0 in the women’s -70 kilograms category.
At the moment, our country has three gold medals, one silver and five bronze, ranking number 21 on the medal table.
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