Suriname ready for South American Games - Suriname Herald

Suriname ready for South American Games – Suriname Herald

The South American Games in Paraguay have ended. Yesterday, five Surinamese athletes participated, including Janick Bomba. The middle-distance runner finished in the top five in the 10,000 metres. He finished fifth at the Centro Nacional de Atletismo in Asuncion. Bomba clocked a time of 35:16 minutes, above his personal best of 33:15, a time he scored during a training stint in the Netherlands.

Behind Bomba, there were five athletes who did not finish the race. Suriname had to tolerate Chilean winner Carlos Martin Díaz del Rio (29:15) and compatriot Ignacio Andrés Velasquez Carrasco (29:30), while Bolivian Hector Garibai Flores (29:35) and Ecuadorean Rafael Vicente Loza Bejarano (30:45). in third and fourth places, respectively.

In the throwing section, Janique Pallees hit 16.35 metres. This is less than his personal best of 17.02 metres. The gold went to Wellington Silva Moraes, who scored a throw of 20 metres. His compatriot Willian Denilson Financio Dorado won the silver with a throw of 19.77 meters, while Argentine Nazarino Aurel Sacia won the silver with a shot of 19.73 meters.

Alicia Grottfam also finished fifth in the women’s shot put division. She recorded a distance of 12.75 metres, which is below her personal best of 15.70 metres. Chilean Natalia Doco Soler won the gold with a throw of 17.08 metres, while compatriot Ivana Zegna Galordo Crochet took the silver with a shot of 16.73 metres. Brazilian Ana Caroline Miguel da Silva won the bronze with a throw of 16.40 metres.

In the wrestling section, Mika Willems in the -74kg weight class did not pass Chilean Leon Juan Carlos Peralta while in the -65kg weight class Stefan Bruenings had to admit his superiority to Marvin Chavez Claros of Bolivia. Tatchana Dalger failed to qualify for the final on keirin. The track rider finished fourth in her series and had the seventh fastest time out of twelve overall.

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Suriname participated in a total of ten sports branches during the tournament in Paraguay. Previously, swimmers, taekwonda players, karateka, badminton players, chess players, beach volleyball players and 3×3 basketball players took part.

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