Here’s how the medal table goes in Santiago… Who’s on the podium?


Mexico, Canada and Brazil They were already engaged in a fierce fight on stage Santiago Pan American Games-202332 years without options for reserved first place America.

Each with his weapons: behind America, On the third day of the Games he won 39 golds, further away, Mexico He entered the second step with 15 gold medals, six of them for Taekwondo.

A step up, Canada has won 12 golds focused on swimming (4), led by its star Maggie MacNeil, who won her third gold this Monday, in a field dominated by its neighbor, the United States.

The Olympic gold medalist at Tokyo 2020 clocked 53.64 seconds in the 100m freestyle on Monday, breaking her second Pan American record.

Three North American countries have so far monopolized the platform, but Brazil Struggling with 7 gold medals in the South American continent.

Cuba, the historic second Pan American superpower, is currently content with sixth place (3 gold medals) behind Colombia with 4 gold medals.

Honduras and its historic victory

After Daniela Obando starred in the first national victory in the history of the Pan American Games, Honduras was a great joy in sports and especially in tennis.

Daniela Obando defeated Cuba’s Roxana Valdez 6-0, 6-3 in the women’s singles round of 64 at the Tennis Sports Center. The first set lasted 20 minutes and the second 47 minutes, totaling 1 hour 7 minutes.

Central American Games medal table

1) US 39 gold.
2) Mexico 15 gold.
3) Canada 12 gold

4) Brazil 7 gold
5) Colombia 4 gold
6) Cuba 3 gold
7) Chile 2 gold
8) Venezuela 2 Gold
9) Uruguay, Peru, Dominican Republic (1 gold).

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