Tuesday , May 18 2021

Mexico is covered with gold and bronze in Pan-American water skiing



The Mexican delegation participating in the 2018 Pan-American Aquatic Ski Championship had a productive day on the last day of activity at Lake Los Moros in Chile, when harvesting a pair of medals.

Through Patricio Fonts in numbers and Carlos Lamadrid Jr on slalom, Mexico obtained gold and bronze each on the last day of the activity.

The gold metal font appears in the form of numbers. Mexico, the world record holder in this modality, showed his ability and mastery by making 11,300 points in the Final, which he entered with a score of 11,340 in the initial test, combined with his score tested for gold, averaging one thousand points 063.9.

For its part, Tapatio Carlos Lamadrid hung bronze in the men's open category slalom. Lamadrid qualified for the Final after having two buoys with a 10.75 meter rope.

In the Final, tapatío has the same result, two buoys with a rope of 10.75 meters to be placed in third place.

The first site was for America Nate Smith, to get rid of two buoys with a rope of 10.25 meters, while silver for Robert Pigozzi, from the Dominican Republic, to pass four and a half buoys with a 10.75 meter rope.

Mexico, fourth place

The Mexican delegation participating in the 2018 Pan-American Ski Championship Chile ended the fourth overall in the team classification, collecting five thousand 274 points.

The United States finished at the top of the standings, followed by Canada, with hosts Chile in third place.


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