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The country ranks 5th in the Bolivarianos

The delegation that participates in the XIX Bolivarian Games held in this city remains in fifth position after the two bronze medals of the women’s handball team and the mixed judo team.

Thus, the Dominican Republic is in fifth place in the general medal table with a total of 18, including 5 gold, 6 silver and 7 bronze.

For this Wednesday, the baseball team will play against the representation of Peru, at 7:00 at night (8:00 pm RD time) at the start of the tournament of that discipline. handball and judo

The Dominican won the bronze medal by beating the Colombian team 31 goals to 17 in the third place match of the women’s handball tournament held in Cundinamarca, Bogotá.

Nancy Peña led the attack by scoring 10 goals, followed by Mariela Andino, with six, while Yeimy Novas and Annerys Cabrera added four each.

With her performance, women’s handball made its debut in the Bolivarian Games by finishing in the top three places. The mixed judo team won the bronze medal by beating Colombia 4-0 in the fight for bronze. The points were contributed by Coral Velásquez, Elmert Ramírez, Albis Castro and Moira Morillo.

The judokas won two gold medals, three silver and a couple of bronze to be the most fruitful selection for the country in the fair so far.

In the group stage, the Dominican team beat Colombia 4-1, but lost to Peru 4-2. Venezuela won gold by defeating Peru in the final. The Dominican medalists in judo at the Bolivarian Games were: Moira Morillo (+70 kilos) and José Nova (+100 kg), gold winners. Creymarlin Valdez (-63) and Albis Castro (-83) and Elmert Ramirez (-73) reached silver medals and Clara Barinas obtained a bronze in the -57 kilograms.

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Esneiry Pérez is ninth in the men’s sunfish category, while Rosanna Mateo Pérez is in eighth place in the women’s Ilca 6 category.

MEDAL TABLE
COUNTRY GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL

Colombia     27 23 16 66
Venezuela     16 10 19 45
Chile           11 7 24 42
Peru 9 10 17 36
Dominican Republic 5 6 7 18

Guatemala    4 5 5 14
Umbrella 3 5 6 14
Ecuador       2 10 8 20
El Salvador 1 0 2 3

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