Chihuahuan Tamara Vega was installed in the Hyundai Pentathlon World Cup final, which was held in Sofia, Bulgaria on Wednesday, and ranked among the best 36 contestants.
Vega participated in the A competition. After he scored 218 points in the fencing competition and tied for 11th place, he finished 12th and accumulated 983 units. Then he finished 272nd in the swimming competition with 2 points: 19.18 and 493 points. The 9th place. Ranked 11th: 27.30 with a record of 13.
Similarly, Mariana Arceo participated in the competition. His fencing score on No. 22 field was 186 strokes, and his swimming score in Step 2 was 261 strokes. The scores were 2:24.77 and 469. In the combined test on No. 13 field, he scored 916 points. His score entered the 22nd frame of the competition: 51.30.
In Zone B, Mayan Oliver (Mayan Oliver) ranked seventh with 990 points, in fencing (194 points and 15th), swimming (252 points and 23rd, time 2:29.33) and competition shooting (544 points, first place) ranked seventh. 12:36.40).
In Group C, Mayran Oliver participated in the competition. He completed the 18th step with a score of 927, fencing (21st with 186), swimming (25th with 247, time 2:31.95) And comprehensive test (11th place is 494, 13th place: 26.50).
The women’s final will be held this Friday, including Elena Micheli from Italy, Kate French from the UK, Veleriya Permykina from Ukraine, and Laura Heredia from Spain. Laura Heredia), Sive Brassil of Ireland, etc.
Vega is looking for a place in the world rankings and hopes to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Mexicans Duilio Carrillo and Emiliano Hernández will participate in Group A tomorrow, and Manuel Padilla and Álvaro Sandoval will participate in Group C.