The Mexican delegation maintains its dominance in table tennis by winning four gold medals in the doubles modality.
Mexico, champion in the Central American Table Tennis in Cancun
With four of six gold medals won, the Mexico team dominates the Central American Table Tennis U-15 and U-18.
The Benito Juarez Poliforum became a Mexican fortress by adding 8 gold medals at the moment. The #Centroamericano ends on Saturday at 7:00 pm with the dispute of four gold medals in the individual modality.
In mixed doubles Sub-15 the gold medal was disputed among Mexicans, winning the Quintana Roo Tamara Martín and Leonardo Pérez (# Chihuahua) by beating Rogelio Castro (#Veracruz) in dumbbell with Quintana Roo Ixchel Reyes.
The doubles mixed Sub-18 was another battle between Mexicans, with the winners Sebastián Cano (#Yucatan) and Lucia Fernández (#Puebla) defeating Daniela Muñoz (# Querétaro) and Diego Vázquez (Jalisco).
In men's doubles, the sub-15 gold medal went to Guatemala with Diego de la Cruz and Luis Ton, who was imposed on the Mexicans Rogelio Castro (Veracruz) and Jorge Buenrostro (Yuc).
In women's doubles, Sub-15 Mexico got the gold with the pair between Quintana Roo Ixchel Reyes and Aurora Andrade de Jalisco, winning in the final to the Salvadorans Victoria Guevara and Cristina Machado.
In women's doubles, Sub-18 Guatemala won its second medal of the day with the victory of Lucia Cordero and Hidalynn Zapata against the Mexican Clio Bárcenas of #QuintanaRoo accompanied by Marbella Aceves de Jalisco.
The finishing touch in the doubles match was in the men's sub-18 branch where Mexico won the gold medal in a national duel, with Quintana Roo Darío Arce and Mauricio Cayetano winning the duo formed by Sebastián Cano (Yuc) and Diego Vázquez (Jalisco).
The Central American Table Tennis U-15 and U-18 finishes this Saturday at 7:00 pm with the dispute of the four individual medals, to proceed to the award ceremony and Closing Ceremony.