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Seven-medal day for Cuba in Santiago de Chile 2023

Cuba achieved another great day with seven medals, one gold, two silver and four bronze, in the VII Parapan American Games of Santiago de Chile 2023, a multisport event that will conclude on the 26th.

Four of the six disciplines in which Cubans took part in the Games were awarded on Sunday, with a gold medal for the para-artistics, in which a silver medal was also won, along with the para-weight.

In the bronze medals, paragliding repeated on the podium and para-swimming and para-judo were also included, the latter with two bronze medals.

The champion of the largest of the Antilles today was the para-sniper Yenigladis Suarez, in the 10-meter air pistol, while as runners-up were the para-sniper Di Angelo Loringa (10-meter air pistol) and the para-weights Pablo Ramirez (54 kilograms).

The bronze quartet was formed by parajudocas José Romero and Jennys García, both in the 73 kilograms (kg), para-swimmer Lorenzo Pérez Escalona, in the 100 meters freestyle, and para-weigher Leydis Rodríguez (45 kg).

The road para-cycling against the clock, in which Jorge González finished in 22nd place, the table paratriathlon, with only preliminary trials, as well as the archery para-sprinting, were without medals.

Cuba woke up today in eighth place in the medal table (1-1-1), and on the official website of the Games, at 7:00 p.m. Cuban time on Sunday, it was still in eighth place (2-3-5), when there are still finals to be held in several disciplines, but without the presence of Cubans.

So far, Brazil (33-21-22), the United States (11-11-11) and Argentina (9-8-12) lead the actions, followed by Colombia (fourth/8-12-12), Chile (fifth/5-4-5), Mexico (sixth/3-10-11) and Canada (seventh/3-1-6), in that order.

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