It is worth a Peru. Mary Luz Andía stood out this Friday in her competition at the Junior Pan American Games, which takes place in Colombia. The 21-year-old athlete won the silver medal in the 20 km women’s walk.
Mary Luz Andía He did his best at the Pascual Guerrero Olympic Stadium and finished in second place with a time of 1h. 35: 26.52. The first place was occupied by the Ecuadorian Glenda Morejón with a time of 1h 33: 54.16.
Laura Chalarca completed the podium with a time of 1h 35: 54.97.
With this, Peru added 19 medals so far in the Junior Pan American Games competition. The bicolor has a gold medal, nine silver and nine bronze.
The medal table of Peru:
1.- Sofía Mamani (Athletics, 10,000 meters)
2.- Edward Alarcón (Gymnastics, pommel horse)
3.- Edward Alarcón (Gymnastics, rings)
4.- Edward Gonzales (Gymnastics, jumping)
5.- Yumiko Tanabe (Judo)
6.- Kiara Arango (Judo)
7.- Eliana Vásquez (Taekwondo)
8.- Angelo Caro (Skateboarding)
9. Ryan Cubas (Wrestling, Greco 77 kg)
10. Mary Luz Andía (Athletic March)
11.- Inés Castillo (Badminton)
12.- Javier Saavedra (Judo)
13.- Noemí Huayhuameza (Judo)
14.- Arnold Prado (Judo)
15.- Santiago Villegas (Weightlifting)
16.- Frank de la Sotta (Bowling)
17. José Luis Chaupin Huamaní (Athletics, 5,000 meters)
18. Angel Sosa and Cesar Cipriani (Remo, M2X)
19. Gloria Asca (Lucha, 50kg.)
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