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Venezuela is in the first place of the 2014 Southamerican Beach Games

Venezuela is in the first place of the 2014 Southamerican Beach Games

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on May 17, 2014

With two medals, one silver medal and one gold medal, Venezuela leads the medal chart in this third edition of the 2014 Southamerican Beach Games at Vargas, Venezuela. The competitions started last thursday.

Venezuela won the golden medal at triathlon discipline. The mixed relay triathlon national team, composed by José David Amaya, Joselyn Brea, Fiama Rodríguez and Miguel López, won the gold with a 1 hour, 20 minutes and 54 second time mark, in a 250 meters sea, 6k bike and 1.6 k run route. 

The second golden medal was obtained at masculine relay triathlon, with a mark of 35 minutes and 47 seconds (35.47). The team was composed by José David Amaya y Miguel López.  

In other hand, the venezuela pair, composed by Ramón Guédez and Leidy Correa, won the silver medal at beach tennis in mixed doubles mode, after faced the brazilian pair this friday. 

Venezuela conquered the silver medal in feminine trithlon too, but this time was at feminine relay. Joselyn brea and Fiama Rodríguez won the third place.

Ecuador is at the second place in the general chart, with a gold medal and two silver medals (3 in total), while Colombia is in the third place with a golden medal, on silver medal and three bronze medals (5 in total)

 

   Country     Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Venezuela    2     1        1         4
2 Ecuador       1      2        0         3
3 Colombia      1     1        3         5
4 Brasil            1     1        0         2
5 Chile             1     0        1         2
6 Argentina     0      1        1          2
Totals              6      6        6        18

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