The Colombian delegation was proclaimed champion of the South American Beach Games, which concluded this Friday in Santa Marta.
The team modified the first place of the medal table with 14 golds, 15 silvers and seven bronzes, leaving in second place Venezuela, with which he tied for the number of gold medals, but defeated it by a difference of seven silvers.
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the brazilian Cibelle Eichelberger Jungblut and the Venezuelan Ronaldo Eduardo Zambra won the titles of the 5km open water, a test that closed open water with the 5k test in both branches.
In women, the title went to Cibelle Eichelberger Jungblut from Brazil who took time 1h 00:15.24; Ana Victoria Abad Cedeno from Ecuador the silver medal was hung by registering a time of 1hr 00:19:57.
Gold and silver for the Toucans! 🥇🥈
The women’s team was the most outstanding of the contest, while the men’s team lost the final against Chile. 🇨🇴 pic.twitter.com/eq3njixA6J
— COL Olympic Committee (@OlimpicoCol) July 21, 2023
The podium was achieved by the Venezuelan Ruthseli Guadalupe Aponte Teran after stopping the clock at 1hr 00:20:58.
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