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Venezuela ranks fourth in the Central American and Caribbean Games

Venezuela ranks fourth in the Central American and Caribbean Games

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on November 18, 2014

Venezuela has 42 medals after winning 12 medals, two gold, five silver and five bronze in the day on Monday of the XXII Central American and Caribbean Games, 2014 Veracruz.

In the morning, the first medal for Venezuela in the day was silver and it was won by Antonio Oropeza in boating male head in the final of the 200m k1, after posting a time of 45 seconds and 7890/100.

Then the bronze medal was for Ronny Ratia in the final of men's singles boating in the 200 meters C1 mode. Ratia recorded a time of 56 seconds and 837/100.

Later, the men's team boating, formed by Jose Ramos and Antonio Oropeza, won the silver medal in the 200 meters test (K2) kayak, registering a time of 37 seconds and 271/100.

In the afternoon the Venezuelan modern pentathlon team, formed by Julio Luna and Eduardo Salas, won the bronze medal in the men's final combined test. I

n fencing, the Venezuelan Isis Gimenez won on Monday night the silver medal for Venezuela in the final of women's foil.

Then Venezuelans fencers Hernán Jansen and Eliezer Romero won gold and silver medal respectively in the final individual sabre.

In shooting, the selection of Venezuela won on Monday night two medals, one silver and one bronze. The silver came thanks to the team formed by Marcos Nuñez, Philip Beuvrin and Edilio Centeno, in the test of the 10-meter pistol men; while individually, Julio Lemma won bronze in 50 meters air rifle (three positions) by accumulating 434.1 points.

 

In track cycling, the Venezuelan Angie Gonzalez won the gold medal in the final of women scrath. The athlethe won the test of 10,000-meter run (10 miles), to get ahead of the Mexican Yarely Lizbeth Salazar who won silver; and the Cuban Arlenis Sierra who took the bronze.

Venezuelan men's cycling team won the bronze medal on track in the 4000 meters form of persecution. The Venezuelan team was formed by the riders Manuel Briceno, Victor Moreno, Isaacc Yaguaro and Randal Figueroa.

Similarly, women's track cycling team won the bronze medal in the speed test thanks to the team integrated by the riders Marynes Prada and Daniela Larreal team. Venezuela fourth place overall medal table with seven gold, 14 silver and 21 bronze for a total 42 medals. In the first place is Mexico, followed by Cuba in the second and third ranks Colombia.

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