The delegation of Puerto Rico competing in the first edition of the Caribbean Games Guadeloupe 2022 has positioned itself in second place in the medal table with 11 gold medals, 10 silver and six bronzefor a total of 27 medals.
With the fourth and final day of competition underway, Cuba is at the top with 37 medals (12-11-14) y Trinidad and Tobago is third with 16 (4-6-6), according to the count on the official page of the novel event that brings together over 800 U-23 athletes from a total of 30 member nations of the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC, for its acronym in English ).
It should be noted that among the sports that have already concluded, swimming closed yesterday with a total of 21 medals. Today the open water event was held, in which Emma Guglielmello took the silver. In fact, Guglielmello won bronze in the 400-meter freestyle with a time of 4:26.95.
In other events this Sunday, the Puerto Rico Olympic Committee (Copur) He has reported on his networks that the cyclist Christopher Morales was victorious in the road test. It is the second medal for Morales, who won the bronze in the time trial on Friday.
In 3×3 basketball, the women’s team won gold. The team is made up of the players India Pagán, Sriana Rodríguez, Yaxeli Miranda and Zaida González.
The men’s team won the silver medal. Bryan González, Grianfranco Grafals, Eduardo Peralta and Jorge Torres play in this team.
In judo, three bronze medals were also added on Saturday with Juan Cintrón in the -73 kilos division, Saisha Serrano in the -57 kilos and Ettelimay Ramos in the +70 kilos.
In this Sunday’s action of the mixed team judo event, Puerto Rico obtained bronze.
In athletics, pitcher Jorge Contreras Nazario and hurdler Shaneyilix Dávila Morales completed the total track and field medal count yesterday with two bronze medals. They join their peers, 1,500-meter runner Carlos Vilches and long jumper Paola Fernández, both with gold, and 1,500-meter runner Héctor Pagán with silver.
Contreras Nazario threw 17.59 meters in the shot event. The podium was completed by Cuban winner Juan Vásquez (18.09 meters) and Djimon Gumbs from the British Virgin Islands (17.99 meters).
On the other hand, Dávila Morales clocked 13.32 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles. The winners of the race were the Cuban Greisys Robie Acevedo (13.11 seconds) and Keily Pérez (13.27 seconds).
In eSports, Christian Matos (Headshot) and Ricardo Román (Mono) took first and second place, respectively, in the SFPR Sumer eSport Trophy 2.