- The city leads the medal table with 2 gold medals in triathlon. Coming out is second.
Bogota DC, September 08, 2022 (IDRD). – With two gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals, Ingativa City leads the medal table of the 1st district youth sports competition which started with triathlon controversy at El Tunal Park.
On the opening day of the fair, five categories of athletes representing Bogota were held in national and international competitions.
Participants in the youth category ran 6 kilometers, divided into 2.5 cycling, 1 swimming and 2.5 athletics, while minors had to run 3 kilometers, with 1,250 meters cycling, 500 meters swimming and 1,250 meters running.
The two Ingativa gold medals for minors were won by Valeria Gabriela González Rodríguez in 27:24.66 minutes, Maria Bejarano (Fontibón) in 1:49 minutes and Julian Felipe Adame Pedreros in 23. 01:00 min, Santiago Aya (Usakuen) wins by 25 seconds. Suba stood second with 1 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals. Catalina Portilla Munoz (Suba) won the gold medal in the junior women’s category with a time of 46:52.00 minutes, 9:06 minutes behind Danna Rodriguez (Usakuen).
Third place is shared by Bosa and Barrios Unidos, with 1 gold medal each. Bosa won the junior men’s gold medal at the Julian Armando Zumeta relay in 36:26.26 minutes, beating Marco Santoyo (SUBA) by 34 hundredths of a second. With Jacobo Alejandro Petrelli Gonzalez clocking in at 20:47.35 minutes, Angel Nieto beat Ingativa by 18 seconds.
Boxing is the second sport to get into action, followed by aquatics, fencing and squash.
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