Uno de los ganadores: Iván Silva. Foto: Olympics.

Silver medal for Cuba in the Pan-American and Oceania Judo Championships

Cuba finished this Sunday with the silver medal in the mixed team tournament of the I Pan American and Oceania Judo Championships, losing in the final against the favorite: Brazil. The event was held in the city of Lima, Peru.

After also finishing second in the individual, with two gold, two silver and two bronze medals, surpassed again by Brazil (7-5-3), the disciples of Julio Alderete (m) and Yordanis Arencibia (f ) lost 0-4 to the Brazilians.

The Cubans opened with victory in the pool C against Colombia, and in the second they surpassed the Peruvians, with a presence in the divisions of 57, 70, +70 (f), 73, 90 and +90 kg (m).

Cuban judo opens Pan American Championship with four medals, but without titles

In the individual, the Cuban champions were Iván Silva, in the 90 kg, and Andy Granda in +100 kg, the runners-up, Danny Porte (60 kg) and Arnaes Odelín (57 kg). The bronzes went to Magdiel Estrada (73 kg) and Yusmari Reyes (63 kg).

Following Brazil (7-5-3) and Cuba (2-2-2) were the United States (1-1-6), Canada (1-1-4), Venezuela (1-1-0), Australia (1-0-4) and Costa Rica (1-0-0).

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