Mexico shone at this year’s World Youth Archery Championships in Wroclaw, Poland, winning three gold medals.
Selene RodrÃguez won first place in the under-18 compound category, competing in her first international competition. She defeated Priya Gurjar of India 139-136.
“[Iâm] very excited this is something i have never felt before. I’ve never been a world champion, âsaid RodrÃguez.
In the final against Gurjar, each archer scored 28 points before RodrÃguez took a three-point lead over his opponent in the second final. All of his arrows except one landed in the yellow target.
Mexico’s women’s under-21 compound team of Dafne Quintero, Mariana Bernal and Astrid Alanis also won gold after beating the Russian team.
Selene Rodriguez ð²ð½ is the new under-18 world champion in compound! ?? pic.twitter.com/X56JcCnTuA
– World archery (@worldarchery) August 14, 2021
On the men’s side, Mexico claimed another victory thanks to the men’s Under-21 squad, made up of Rodrigo Olvera, SebastiÃ¡n GarcÃa and Luis Lezama, who won 230-229 against Turkey.
With reports of the universal