Yucatecan judo closed its participation in the CONADE National Games with a new gold medal, as well as one silver and one bronze.
In this way, his harvest was 10 metals, highlighting 2 gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze.
Guido Cuevas, from the Under-21 category minus 73 kilos, was crowned undefeated after beating the teams from Chihuahua, Hidalgo and Sonora. The Yucatecan faced José Núñez, from Baja California, in the final, who won the second place medal.
His great victory earned Cuevas the congratulations of Governor Mauricio Vila on social networks along with Ángel Llanes, the other champion peninsular judoka.
In turn, Jaziel Espinoza. of the minus 81 kilos division, he finished his participation with silver, after falling in a close final with Jorge Pérez, from Nuevo León. Espinoza previously beat rivals from Sonora, Guanajuato and Chihuahua. William Peraza, in the minus 86 kilos division, collaborated with the cause with a bronze.
“I congratulate the Yucatecans Ángel Ronaldo Llanes and Guido Cuevas, for individually obtaining the gold medal for Yucatán in the judo discipline during the CONADE 2022 Nationals. They are a source of pride for our state!” Vila Dosal posted on Facebook.
For their part, table tennis players Sebastián Cano and José Bady Fierros gave Yucatán the gold medal in the U-21 doubles category after beating Jalisco, 3-2.
In mixed doubles of the same category, José Bady Fierros and Areli Cervantes obtained silver. And there were 4 bronzes: Axel Lovo Álvarez won it in individual U-19, and repeated in doubles with Elí Martín and in mixed doubles with Aranza Sánchez. The dumbbell formed by Diego Coral and Nicolás Mena reached the Sub-15.