Chihuahua’s Tamara Vega and Quicia Gucho’s chances of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics in Japan gradually disappeared after poor results in Hungary and Colombia respectively yesterday.
Take Tamara as an example. When she opened the modern Pentathlon World Cup final in the discipline of fencing, she ranked 30th with 36 points, and on this Friday, all odds for participating in the competition will be the remaining The four events ended swimming, horse riding and integrated shooting competitions.
When Quisia stepped onto the stage this Thursday, his weight has exceeded his current weight of 59 kg, and is now 64 kg. He is ranked among the 10 weightlifters who participated in the South American and Iberoamerican Open Weightlifting Championships. sixth. And officially ended its Olympic cycle, and will wait for the official list of Mexican weightlifters who will participate in the next Olympic Games.
Tamara (Tamara), 30th
Chihuahuan Tamara Vega was ranked 30th in the fencing competition in the Modern Pentathlon World Cup final held yesterday in Sextehvar, Hungary.
It was this test of foil and saber that opened the prelude to this fair final. The event only brought together the 36 best athletes in the world, and Tamara did not perform well at all, only increased by 13 victories. With 178 points in exchange for 22 failures, Liming is second only to the bottom of the standings.
Today, most of the tests that make up the discipline will be conducted, especially four tests related to swimming, horse riding and combined shooting will be conducted this Friday, and Chihuahua will be forced to make up for the lost ground.
Mexicans Maya Oliver and Mariana Arceo fencing for the first time in the 19th and 20th place, each scored 208 points and also achieved a positive record of 18 wins and 17 losses.
The leader who woke up after completing the first of the five tests was the Egyptian Kandil Amira (Kandil Amira) who scored 256 points and the winning record was 26-9, followed by China Zhang Xiaonan. With 250 points and 25-10 points and British French Kate (Kate) 238 and 23-12.
Vega Arroyos stated that he did not lose hope or regained the courage to regain confidence in the final phase of the Olympic cycle.
Ranked 25th before the start of the competition, this marks the penultimate opportunity to continue to add points to the Olympic rankings. This will be the decisive factor in qualifying for the third Olympic Games in Japan this summer.
Quisia, sixth place
Weightlifter Quisia Güicho left the podium. Yesterday, he ended the Olympic cycling race to Tokyo, Japan in Cali, Colombia, and ranked sixth among the 10 participants in the South American and Ibero-American weightlifting championships.
Quisia has accumulated a total of 192 kg by snatching 85 kg and clean and jerk 107 kg, which is far lower than the position of the podium. He has increased from 59 kg in a job he was engaged in to the current category, and now he has achieved it through strategy. 64 kg.
Güicho Recio trailed the first place with 37 kilograms missing and won a total of 28 kilograms of medals.
The gold medalist is Ecuadorian Angie Paloma Palacios Dayomez, with a total weight of 229 kg, 104 snatches, 125 clean and jerk, and Colombia’s Natalia Ramosa Cramosa Won the silver medal with 224 kg (103-121) and the bronze medal with the German Lisa Award. Marie Schweizer 220 (100-120).
The President of the Mexican Weightlifting Federation, Rosalio Alvarado, previously announced that our country has four Olympic places and five weightlifters are fighting for them. Therefore, unofficially, was selected as One of the five nationals going to South America will be eliminated in Tokyo, Japan.
Weightlifters have previously added points in the Pan American Professional Championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (Quisia underperformed) in the Olympics and the next Central American and Caribbean Games rankings.
Within a few days after the Mexican weightlifters have completed all their official participation in this Olympic cycle, the list of these categorized athletes will be announced.
Tamara Vega Arroyos
Age: 28 years old
Date of Birth: March 15, 1993
Place of birth: El Paso, Texas.
Residence: Chihuahua, Chihuahua.
Weight: 54 kg
Height: 1.56 m
Experience: 14 years
Discipline: Modern Pentathlon
London 2012 (36th place)
Rio 2016 (No. 11)
Quisia Yaneli Güicho Recio
Age: 33 years old
Date of Birth: September 12, 1987
Place of birth: Culiacán, sin.
Representing Chihuahua since 2010
Weight: 58 kg
Height: 1.59 m
Subject: Weightlifting (weightlifting)
Experience: 15 years