Mexico City-Esmeralda Falcón will become the first Mexican boxer to participate in the Olympics after the international agency responsible for discipline designates her as the venue for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
After the event was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic of the Intercontinental Olympic Games held in Buenos Aires a few days ago, the Boxing Working Committee reached an agreement with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to allocate tickets for the Japanese event to Previous results and world rankings.
According to this standard, the Mexican Boxing Federation (FMB) issued a statement this morning to grant Falconn a 60kg permit.
“Today, we received an official notice regarding the assignment of the 60kg Esmeralda Falcón Reyes boxer to the first place. We will wait for more places allocated to our country in the next few days,” he explained, the WBF in your advertisement .
With this allocation, Mexico will be ranked fourth among the 18 sports in the Japanese summer event that opens on July 23.