The Cuban delegation conquered this Thursday its first three titles in the I Caribbean Gamesbased in Guadeloupe, thanks to the performance of its swimmers on a day in which the Futsal team was also successful, according to official media on the Island.
Rodolfo Falcón Jr. won the first crown delivered throughout the event, the 1500-meter freestyle, with a time of 16:01.05 minutes. Then Andrea Becali contributed joy, winner in the 200 backstroke with a time of 2:20.95 minutes, according to a report published in the sports portal Hit.
Three Cuban crowns in #swimming of #Guadalupe2022 great start!
Rodolfo Falcón Jr. won the first crown delivered throughout the event. Andrea Becali participated in the other two. #swimming https://t.co/CZyS35XEeh pic.twitter.com/XEsRZoCqq3
— JIT Cuban Sport (@jit_digital) July 1, 2022
The golden closure for Cuba came through the 4 × 100 mixed relay, made up of the backstroke athlete Fermín Rodríguez, the chest athlete Julio Calero, the butterfly athlete Lorena González and the bookkeeper on duty Becali, adds the publication.
Island swimmers also included in their harvest three silver medals and the same number of bronze. The silver medals went to the breasts of Diané Pedré and Jonathan Pérez in the 200-meter individual medley, and to Fermín Rodríguez in the 200 backstroke. The bronze prizes went to Pedré and Calero in the 100 breaststroke, and to Vladimir Hernández in the 1,500 free, sums up Hit.
In turn, the Cuban futal team debuted in the tournament with a 12-1 win over the weak representation of Martinique. According to him count of Hitthe Cuban effectiveness was supported by the goals of Dorgis Rajadel (3), Fernando Pedrosa (2), Dayán Cotilla (2), Iduán Martínez (3), Yadiel González and Jonathan Hernández.