The Bolivarian Games continued this Friday, July 1 in the city of Valledupar with the disciplines athletics and weightlifting as the main disciplines in which Colombia became strong.
During the day, Colombia won several gold medals, which is an indication that The third conquest in a row for the National delegation is imminent.
First it was in athleticswhen the ‘tricolor’ delegation showed strength getting three gold medals; two in the male category and the remaining in female.
Carlos Andres Sanmartin Diaz – 1,500m – Men’s
Jenifer Laritza Rodriguez – High jump – Female
Jhon Andres Berrio Valoyes – Long jump – Men
Meanwhile, the Lweightlifting was even more fruitful for Colombianssince there were six gold medals there, four for men and two in the women’s branch.
Manuela Andrea Berrio Zuluaga – Snatch Up to 45 kg – Female
Miguel Angel Suarez Table – Snatch Up to 55 kg – Male
Habib Of The Rooms Of The Rose – Snatch Up to 61 kg – Male
Manuela Andrea Berrio Zuluaga – Clean and Jerk Up to 45 kg – Female
Miguel Angel Suarez Table – Clean and Jerk Up to 55 kg – Men
Habib Of The Rooms Of The Rose – Clean and Jerk Up to 61 kg – Men
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How many gold medals does Colombia have in the Bolivarian Games?
At the end of the day this Friday, July 1, the Colombian delegation has 83 gold, 47 silver and 35 bronze medals for a total of 165 medals, and the imminent title in the fair.
Venezuela is second with 102 medals in total (22, 34 and 45), while Chile is now third with 75 medals (19, 18 and 35).