CITY OF MEXICO.
The The Mexicans Dafne Navarro and Melissa Flores won a historic medal for our country, after acquiring copper in its synchronized test World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships, which takes place in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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The Mexicans finished with a score of 43,950.
"We want to thank all of Mexico for the support they have given us, especially for the Mexican Gymnastics Federation, Conade, our institute, our family and friends," the Mexicans said in a joint message.
Gold was hung by Japanese Mori Hikaru and Uyama Megu with 48,340 units. The silver went to Canadians Maclennan Rosannagh and Millette Sarah with a record 47,500.
This Saturday, Navarro will play in the semi-final of the individual trampoline and will seek to be among the eight best gymnasts to reach the final and have the opportunity to fight for a metal.
@FM Gymnastics I am proud that this year we recorded the play at every World Championship of each of the disciplines, this year it was burned in bronze, artistic, trampoline and aerobics and the historical position on the rhythm. Let's continue to work for the bathroom. # Gymnastics
– Ivan Veloj (@IvanVelozV) November 9, 2018