Pan American Games, Day 17: The Lions win the gold medal over Chile

Lions go for gold at Pan American Games (Photo by Alejandro Bagni/Santiago 2023 via Photosport)

Pan American Games Santiago de Chile 2023 The Argentine delegation reached its final stage, after winning bronze medals in saber (Agustín Guzmán, Jesús Lugones and Alessandro Taccani), Agustín Destríbates in wrestling, and Franco Florio, Tomás Mondino, Bautista Diamante and Juan Ignacio Ciampetti in the 4×100 relay. This Thursday to increase his medal collection.

The day started in a promising way for the country thanks to rowing. Brenda Rojas won the silver medal He finished second in the K1 500m final with a time of 1:52.01, just 0.76 behind Canadian Michelle Russell. Third place went to Mexican Beatriz Briones Fragoza. after minutes, Gonzalo Lo Moro and Agustin Viernes also won silver By finishing second with a time of 1:31.25, 0.80 behind Canadians Ian Godet and Simon MacTavish in the K2 500 metres. In third place were Americans Aaron Small and Jonas Ecker. next to, In the women’s 500 meters K4 (Candelaria Siqueira, Lucia Dalto Aziz, Martina Escuela, and Sabrina Amegino), the national delegation won the bronze medal.

It is worth noting the medal won by Sabrina Amighino, as the flag bearer of the Argentine delegation became the highest medal holder in the country’s history with a total of 10 medals.

On the other side, Luca Impagnatello Gave a grade today in karate. The athlete He won the bronze medal after defeating Peruvian Mariano Wong 40.20 to 39.30. In this category Men’s individual kata. This is their second victory after the victory they achieved over… he Mexican Aquicel Tebal. next to, Maria Catalina Torenzo won the silver medal After finishing second in Formula kite And he got his ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.

Brenda Rojas won the silver medal (Carlos Acuña/Santiago2023 via PHOTOSPORT)

One of the main attractions of the day was the gold medal determination in hockey. The Lions responded and beat Chile 3-1 to repeat first place, as they did in Guadalajara 2011 and Toronto 2015 and 2019.

Other teams that will try to take a new step forward are the men’s handball, basketball and volleyball teams, which will compete in their respective semi-finals. Starting at 8pm in the Viña del Mar gym, the wrestlers will face off against the opposing team.

For its part, the women’s soccer team seeks to make a splash in the competition and win the bronze medal in its match against the United States. The Pumas 7s, another gold medal favorite, will be making their debut in the competition.

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So far, Argentina has won a total of 43 medals, including four gold, 17 silver, and 22 bronze. However, at the top of the medal table, the United States leads comfortably.

Argentina’s agenda for Day 17 of the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago de Chile:

Athletics:

Men’s Shot Put – Final – Nazareno Sascia came in sixth place with a distance of 19.69 metres. Juan Ignacio Carballo followed in seventh place with a distance of 19.62 metres.

Men’s High Jump – Final – Carlos Laloy finished 13th with a distance of 2.15 metres.

Men’s 400m Hurdles – Final – Bruno Di Gennaro finished 8th with a time of 1:15.82

20.10 – Women’s 1500 m – Final – Mariana Borelli

handball:

Men’s Team – Semi-Final – Gladiators beat Chile 33-27

Basketball:

Men’s Team – Semi-Final – Argentina beat Mexico 108-73 and qualified for the final.

airplane:

Men’s Team – Semi-Final – Argentina beat Cuba 3-1 and qualified for the final.

broke down:

B-Girls – Round Robin Group D – April beat Monchi of Peru 2-0

B-Girls – Round Robin Group D – April lost 2-0 to Mexican Suami

B-Girls – Round Robin Group D – April fell 2-0 to North American team La Vix

Boat speed:

Women’s K1 500m – Final A – Brenda Rojas took silver with a second-place finish in 1:52.01, 0.76 behind Canada’s Michelle Russell. Third place went to Mexican Beatriz Briones Fragoza.

Men’s K2 500m – Final – Gonzalo Lo Moro and Agustín Viernes took the silver medal by finishing second in 1:31.25, 0.80 behind Canadians Ian Godet and Simon McTavish. In third place were Americans Aaron Small and Jonas Ecker.

Men’s 500m C2 – Finals – Benjamin Cardozo and Joaquin Lukac finished 7th in 1:53.48

C1 Women’s 200m – Final B – Martina Vila took first place with a time of 50.35. He finished ninth overall.

Women’s 500m K4 – Finals – Argentina (Candelaria Siqueira, Lucía Dalto Aziz, Martina Escuela and Sabrina Amegino) finished third with a time of 1:36.79, 2.06 behind Mexico. In second place was Canada.

Equestrian – jumping:

Individuals – Final Round A and B- José María La Roca Jr. finished in 8th place. Leandro Musquini finished tenth. Ignacio Morin, placed 12th

Fence:

Foyle Men’s Team – Quarterfinals – Argentina (Nicolas Marino, Augusto Cervillo and Dante Circuetti) lost to Chile 45-43.

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Men’s Team – Classifications 5th to 8th – Argentina (Nicolas Marino, Augusto Cervillo and Dante Circuetti) won 45-39 over Venezuela

Men’s Foil Team – Classifications 5th-6th – Argentina (Nicolas Marino, Augusto Cervillo, Dante Circuetti) beat Mexico 45-39 and finished in 5th place

Women’s team – quarter-finals – Argentina (Candela Espinosa, Maria Alicia Perrone and Maria Moran) defeated Brazil 45 to 39.

Women’s team – semi-finals – Argentina (Candela Espinosa, Maria Alicia Perrone and Maria Moran) fell 45-13 to the United States

Women’s Team – Bronze Medal – Argentina (Candela Espinosa, Maria Alicia Perrone, Maria Moran) lost 45-39 to Mexico.

soccer:

Women’s National Team – Bronze – Argentina lost 2-0 to the United States

Rhythmic Gymnastics:

Individual Hoop – Final – Celeste D’Arcangelo finished in sixth place with a score of 29,200

Individual Ball – Final – Celeste D’Arcangelo finished sixth with a score of 29.150

Trampoline gymnastics:

Women’s Synchro – Classification – Lucila Maldonado and Valentina Podesta finished fourth with a score of 44.060

Men’s Synchro – Classification – Santiago Ferrari and Thomas Roberti finished in fifth place with a total of 46.590 points.

Women’s Individual – Rankings – Lucila Maldonado placed fifth with a score of 49.910; Valentina Podesta, sixth with 49.580

Men’s Singles – Classification – Thomas Roberti placed fifth with a score of 53.320

Men’s Singles – Classification 2 – Santiago Ferrari placed fourth with a score of 55.720

Golf:

Men’s Singles – Day 2 – Alejandro Tosti placed 8th with 69 strokes. Jorge Fernandez Valdes, 14th with 71 hits

Women’s Singles – Day 2 – Magdalena Simmermacher, placed 4th with 71 strokes; Valentina Rossi, 22nd with 78 hits

Field hockey:

The Lions beat Chile 3-1 in the final and won the gold medal.

karate:

Men’s Singles Kata – Elimination Round – Group Two – Luca Impagnatello down 39.50 to 41.60 to American Ariel Torres

Men’s Singles Kata – Elimination Round – Group 2 – Luca Imagnatello won 38.40-37.90 over Mexico’s Axel Tebal Briceno

Men’s Singles Kata – Elimination Round – Group Two – Luca Imagnatello fell 40.30-40.10 to Dominican Larry Aracena Duran

Men’s Individual Kata – Luca Impagnatello won the bronze medal after defeating Peruvian Mariano Wong 40.20 to 39.30

struggle:

Men’s 60 kg Greco-Roman wrestling – Round of 16 – Samuel Mesrobyan fell 9-0 to Ecuadorian Jeremy Peralta

Women’s 76 kg wrestling – Round of 16 – Linda Machuca lost 10-0 to Cuban Melime Marin

Snowboarding:

Women’s Freestyle – Short Program – Martina Della Chiesa took second place with a score of 51.88.

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Women’s Freestyle – Short Program – Franco Mastroianni took second place with a score of 66.31.

Vasca ball:

Men’s Paddle – Group 1 – Federico Fernandez won by WO over Bolivian Carlos Miranda

Men’s Frontball – Semi-Final – Nicolas Comas fell 2-0 to Cuban Cristian Abreu. He will compete for the bronze medal against Brazilian Felipe Othegui

Women’s Forehand – Semi-Final – Michaela Cortez fell 2-0 to Uruguay’s Leonela Acosta

Women’s Paddle – Group 1 – Sabrina Andrade won 2-0 over Uruguayan Macarena Morel

Men’s Doubles – Group A – Facundo Andreasen and Alfredo Villegas 2-0 vs. Chileans Julian Stabune and Esteban Romero

Frontenes Men – Group A – Lorenzo Cardoso and Emiliano Garcia 2-0 against Chileans Julian Gonzalez and Jesús Garcia

Women’s Trinket Doubles – Group A: Maria Garcia and Cynthia Pinto 2-0 against Chileans Marichu Bastarica and Emilia Dominguez

Water polo:

Women’s Team – Semi-Final – Argentina fell 27-1 to the United States.

Men’s Team – Semi-Final – Argentina lost 22-7 to the United States

Rugby 7:

Men’s Team – Group 2 – Pumas 7 won 40-7 over Jamaica

Men’s Team – Group B – Pumas 7 beat Chile 28-12

Men’s Team – Group B – Pumas 7S 35-5 Uruguay

pumpkin:

Men’s Team – Quarterfinals – Argentina beat Mexico 2-0

table tennis:

Women’s Teams – Group B – Argentina beat Guatemala 3-1

Women’s Team – Quarterfinals – Argentina lost 3-0 to Puerto Rico

now – Men’s Teams – Quarter Finals – Argentina vs. Cuba

Shooting:

Mixed teams – Argentina beat Venezuela 5-1 and were eliminated in the quarter-finals by Brazil (2-6)

candle:

Sailing Board – iQFoil Men’s – Medal Series – Francisco Saubidet Birkner placed 4th; Marcos Quiroga is in eighth place

Sailboard – iQFoil Women – Medal Series – Chiara Ferretti took 4th place

Kite – Men’s Formula Kite Championship – Medal Series – Raul Aguilar came in 8th place

Kite – Women’s Kite Race – Medal Series – Maria Catalina Torenzo took second place and received the silver medal. He received a ticket to participate in the 2024 Paris Olympic Games

Skiff – Men’s 49er – Regatta Medal – Luca Contesi and Massimino Contesi finished 7th

Skiff – 49er Women – Medal Regattas – Maria Sol Branz and Julia Pantin took 4th place

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