Peru adds 59 medals in the Bolivarian Games and is third in the medal table | News

07:00 | Valledupar, jun. 30.

The Peruvian delegation continues to have a good harvest at the XIX Bolivarian Games Valledupar 2022 by adding, so far, a total of 59 medals (15 gold, 15 silver and 28 bronze medals). The great protagonist of Wednesday was badminton that closed a brilliant performance by seizing five gold, two silver and three bronze medals in mixed team, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.

In badminton, Inés Castillo was the athlete who was present in all the finals and broke the record for Daniela Macías achieving 4 gold medals in the Bolivarian Games, while Macias kept three of Santa Marta 2017.

Castillo defeated Colombian Maria Yulieth Perez 2-0 (21-11, 21-19). In that same category Namie Miyahira belongs hung the bronze one. The José Guevara-Diego Mini duo celebrated by beating the Peruvian couple 2-0 (21-16, 21-10) made up of Diego Subauste and Daniel La Torre, who won the silver medal in men’s doubles.

Likewise, José Guevara and Daniel La Torre, by tying for third place in Men’s Individual, adding a bronze.

In women’s doubles, Inés Castillo and Paula La Torre won 2-1 (16-21, 21-18 and 21-17) in a close match against the Namie Miyahira-Fernanda Saporana duo, achieving another gold and silver medal for the country. One more gold went to José Guevara and Inés Castillo who achieved first place in mixed doubles, beating Javier Alas and Fátima Centeno from El Salvador 2-1 (21-18, 13-21 and 21-13).

“I dedicate this victory to all Peruvians, to my family, to my coaches who always help me to be able to to improve. To the IPD and the Peruvian Olympic Committee, thank you very much for your support. I am happy to have won again Bolivarian title in singles for my country. It got a bit complicated, I knew it was going to be difficult because playing badminton in height is different since the feather flies faster, happily I was able to adapt. Now to prepare for the Games Odesur, our goals are high,” declared Ines Castillo.

Peruvian Badminton added 10 medals to Peru, which today ranks third in the official medal table of the XIX Bolivarian Games Valledupar 2022, only surpassed by Colombia and Venezuela.

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Marko Carrillo achieved third place in the 10m air pistol and added a bronze medal for our country, and Valentina Porcella from Shooting in the women’s trap won the bronze. Alessandro de Souza in the Olympic Pit also won the bronze.

Peru so far has 59 medals: 15 gold, 15 silver and 28 bronze

The medals won by Peru so far

ORO (15)

June 24

1. Lucas Fight – Fencing – Men’s Individual Foil

June 25th

2. Alessia and Valeria Palacios -Rowing- 2x1000m lightweight

3. Juan Miguel Shutters – Judo -66 kg.

4. Brillith Gamarra – Judo -48 kg.

June 26th

5. Fernanda Saponara, Paula La Torre, Namie Miyahira, Ines Castillo, Diego Mini, Jose Guevara, Diego Subauste,

Daniel La Torre – Mixed Team Badminton.

6. Ana Karina Méndez- Individual Women’s Artistic Gymnastics

June 27th

7. Daryl Yamamoto – Judo – category -100 kg.

8. Brianda Rivera – Women’s Sports Pistol Shooting – 25 meters.

9. Ana Karina Méndez – Gymnastics, uneven bars

June 28th

10. Women’s water polo (Abigail Urquizo, Alyssa Barnuevo, Ana López, Areli Sinarahua, Belén Torres, Carolina

Rodriguez, Daniela Torres, Diana Garnica, Elisa Lopez, Maria Faith Menacho, Miranda Grandson, Rebecca Rodriguez and

Stefanny Álvarez).

11. Edward González – Gymnastics, Vault

June 29

12. Inés Castillo – Badminton – Women’s Singles

13. Inés Castillo and Paula La Torre – Badminton- women’s doubles

14. Diego Mini and José Guevara- Badminton – men’s doubles

15. Inés Castillo and José Guevara- Badminton- mixed doubles


PLATA (15)

June 24

16. María Luisa Doig -Fencing- Women’s Individual Sword

June 25th

17. Pamela Noya and Adriana Sanguinetti – Rowing 2x1000m Senior

18. Naomi Huayhuameza – Judo -52 Kg.

19. Ingrid Aranda – Individual Kata Karate Femenino

20. Edwar Gonzales, Daniel Agüero, Arián León, Mauro Gallegos, Jimmy Figueroa and Luis Pizarro – Men’s Gymnastics

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June 26th

21. Valeria Palacios – Women’s Lightweight Rowing 1x1000m

22. Aldo Guibu and Ricardo Tateishi – Men’s Doubles Bowling

23. Ana Méndez, Ana Rengifo, Chris Centeno, Fabiola Díaz – Team Artistic Gymnastics

June 27th

24. Cristian Morales – Shooting, Air Rifle – 10 meters

25. Camila Figueroa – Judo – 70 kg category.

26. Adrian Guibu, Aldo Guibu, Kenny Kishimoto and Victor Tateishi – Bowling, men’s team.

27. Brillith Gamarra, Alonso Wong, Xsara Morales, Yuta Galarreta, Camila Figueroa and Daryl Yamamoto – Judo for

mixed team

28.- Diego Elías and Alonso Escudero – Squash – men’s doubles

June 29

29. Diego Subauste and Daniel La Torre – Badminton-men’s doubles

30. Namie Miyahira and Fernanda Saporana- Badminton-women’s doubles


June 24

31. Eduardo García – Men’s Individual Sword Fencing

June 25th

32. Geronimo Hamann – Rowing 1×1000 Lightweight

33. Gustavo Salcedo – Rowing Single Open Weight (M1x)

34. Mariano Wong – Karate Kata Individual Masculino

35. Marian Flores – Judo – 57 kg category.

36. Hiromi Sánchez- Female Karate Kumite -55kg

37. Linda Rodríguez- Female Karate Kumite -61kg

38. Edwar Gonzales – Individual Artistic Gymnastics

June 26th

39. Sol Cabrera – Karate Kumite -68kg

40. Alonso Wong – Judo Category – 73kg

41. Xsara Morales – Judo Category -70kg

42. Andrés Sandoval and César Cipriani- Rowing 2x1000m Men’s Light Weight

43. Pamela Noya – Rowing at W1x – Single Ladies Open Weight

June 27th

44. Carla Morales, Pamela Noya, Alessia Palacios and Valeria Palacios – Women’s Light Quadruple Rowing.

45. Adriana Sanguinetti, Pamela Noya, Alessia Palacios, Valeria Palacios – Rowing Four Pairs of Short Oars

(W4X) Female

46. ​​Yuta Galarreta – Judo – 90 kg category.

47. Yuliana Bolívar – Judo – category +78 kg.

June 28th

48. Alexia Arenas and Cristian Morales – Sports Shooting – 10m Air Rifle Modality. Mixed

49. Men’s water polo (Alfredo Tassano, Diego Contreras, Eduardo Grandez, German Rodríguez, Jefferson

Pinedo, Joaquín Cuadros, Julio Alzamora, Lorenzo Rodríguez, Mauricio Bustamante, Nicolás Contreras Castellano,

Simón Regalado, Ulises Angulo Huamán and Yamil León).

50. Men’s Volleyball (Santiago La Jara, Angel Cerpa, Bruno Seminario, Sebastián Blanco, Martin Gómez and Antonio


June 29

51. Namie Miyahira – Women’s Singles Badminton

52. Marko Carrillo – 10m Air Pistol.

53. José Guevara- Badminton- Men’s Singles

54. Daniel La Torre- Badminton- Men’s Singles

55. Valentina Porcella – Shooting – female trap

56. Alessandro de Souza – Tiro – Olympic pit.


Published: 6/30/2022



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