Kimberly Garcia once again made history for Peruvian sport after claiming her second gold medal at the World Athletics Championships. Held in Oregon, USA. A national athlete, she led the walk (35 km) from start to finish, bringing joy to the entire nation.
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Nothing distracted her. An excited Kimberly Garcia managed to make history at the Athletics World Championships while being crowned with a time of 2:39:15 in the walking race (35 km). The 28-year-old athlete’s performance was outstanding and it ended with a podium finish for her.
Kimberly Garcia during the Walk (35km)
For more than two hours, Kimberly Garcia was on top of the competition. He was at the top when he reached 10 km and the same scenario was repeated when he reached 19 km and 25 km. That persistence and resistance are the pillars of an Olympic athlete.
Kimberly García León tops Poland’s Katarzyna Zdzioblo and China’s Qieyang Shijie. In a tough march where the difference was minimal. With this new medal by the national champion, Peru is in the top 5 with medals (2 gold).
Kimberly Garcia and her second gold medal at the Athletics World Championships
After 2:39:15, Peruvian Kimberly García crossed the finish line, winning her second gold medal of the World Championships in Athletics. The origin of Huancayo brings joy to the whole country.
Kimberly Garcia made history in Peru
Repeat the feat. 28 year old Peru Kimberly Garcia Leon wins Peru’s first gold at the World Athletics Championships on July 15, 2022. In that case, The national champion won the women’s 20 km walk. An achievement that shook the country.