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Juegos Paralímpicos

Deportes, Juegos Paralímpicos, Juegos Paralímpicos de Tokyo 2020, Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the women’s shot put final | Digital Trends Spanish

With two Mexican representatives, among them the double champion María de los Ángeles Ortiz, the women's weight throwing final will be played. Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. We tell you how and when you can follow this Paralympic athletics event. You will be interested in: Ortiz is the firm candidate to win the gold medal in the F57 category for the third time in a row, after she prevailed in the Rio 2016 and London 2012 finals. To these medals, she also adds the silver achieved in Beijing 2008. The Mexican representative will be accompanied in the final by her compatriot Floralia Estrada, who in 2015 abandoned wheelchair basketball and began competing in discus events, where she was fourth in Tokyo 2020. This is her first shot put final. The test will also feature the participation of B...
Deportes, Juegos Paralímpicos, Juegos Paralímpicos de Tokyo 2020, Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the men’s 1500 dash final | Digital Trends Spanish

Local time ET time PT time Event 8:00 am 7:00 pm on August 30 4:00 pm on August 30 Road cycling: Men's C2 Time Trial 8:18 am 7:18 pm on August 30 4:18 pm on August 30 Road cycling: C5 Women's Time Trial 8:30 am 7:30 pm on August 30 4:30 pm on August 30 Road cycling: C4 Women's Time Trial 8:41 am 7:41 pm on August 30 4:41 pm on August 30 Road cycling: Men's C1 Time Trial 8:55 am 7:55 pm on August 30 4:55 pm on August 30 Road cycling: C1-3 Women's Time Trial 9:13 am 8:13 pm on August 30 5:13 pm on August 30 Road cycling: Men's H5 Time Trial 9:25 am 8:25 pm on August 30 5:25 pm on August 30 Road cycling: Men's H4 Time Trial 9:30 am 8:30 pm on August 30 5:30 pm on August 30 Athletics: Men's Long Jump - T47 9:34 am 8:34 pm on August 30 5:34 pm on August 30 Athletics: Women's Discus Throw - F...
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Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the men’s javelin throw final | Digital Trends Spanish

With three Latin American representatives in competition, the men's javelin throw finale, in category F57, of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. So that you can follow their performance live, we will tell you how and when to watch this athletics event. You will be interested in: The Latin cards are the Brazilian Cicero Lins, holder of the world record of the specialty in the F57 category with 49.26 meters, the Mexican flag bearer Edgar Barajas and the Argentine Pablo Giménez, whose best records are 42.89 and 38.78 meters, respectively. The F57 javelin throw category is aimed at athletes with slightly limited movement of one leg, moderately limited movement of both feet, or no limbs. From a fixed seat, they compensate for this asymmetry with upper-body power. Tokyo 2020: how and when to w...
Deportes, Juegos Panamericanos de Tokyo 2020, Juegos Paralímpicos, Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the women’s 400 meter dash final | Digital Trends Spanish

With Angie Pabón as one of the favorites to add a new medal for Colombia, the women's final of the 400 meter dash T11 of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. If you do not want to miss any details, we will tell you how and when to see this test. You will be interested in: Pabón reached the final with her best time of the season in the semifinals, 58.18 seconds, one hundredth less than China's Cuiqing Liu. Both will compete with the Brazilian Thalita Simplicio, who installed as the big favorite with her 57.90 seconds in the other semifinal, and the Venezuelan Linda Pérez, who timed 58.99 seconds. The T11 category is a discipline of Paralympic athletics aimed at runners with almost total visual impairment. Although some can distinguish objects at 25 centimeters, all compete with dark glasse...
Deportes, Juegos Paralímpicos, Juegos Paralímpicos de Tokio, Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the men’s 400 meter final | Digital Trends Spanish

With the American athlete Raymond Martin as the great favorite, the Men's 400m Final at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, category T52. If you want to know if the winner of seven Paralympic medals will be able to retain, we will tell you how and when to watch the test. You will be interested in: Martin, who is in his third Paralympic Games, won the gold medal in London 2012 and Rio 2016 in this event. In addition, he is the defending champion in the 1,500 meters. The final of the 400 meters T52 could also count on the participation of the Mexicans Leonardo Pérez and Edgar Navarro, provided they can pass the qualifying tests. The T52 category of Paralympic athletics includes the participation of athletes in wheelchairs, who have limited movement of the torso and legs; and limited arm a...
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Tokyo 2020: how and when to watch the men’s 5000 meter dash final | Digital Trends Spanish

A large Latin American participation will mark the development of one of the most emblematic competitions in athletics of the Tokyo Paralympic Games. For you to follow all the details, we explain how and when to see the men's final of the 5000 meters (T11) of Tokyo 2020. You will be interested in: As representatives of Latin America, the final will be attended by the Chilean Cristián Valenzuela, gold medalist in London 2012, the Ecuadorian Darwin Castro, the Peruvian Rosbil Guillen, and the Brazilians Yeltsin Jacques and Julio César Agripino. Although Valenzuela might come as a surprise, the big favorites are the Japanese Shinya Wada and Kenya Karawasa, who arrive with the best times of the season, in addition to the Kenyan Wilson Bii, winner of the bronze in Rio 2016. The T11 category...
Deportes, Juegos Paralímpicos, Juegos Paralímpicos de Tokyo 2020, Tokyo 2020

Tokyo 2020: the Paralympic athletes you should follow on Instagram | Digital Trends Spanish

DT en Español could receive a commission if you buy a product from the site More than 4,500 athletes gather in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, giving the world a new sample of their sportsmanship and giving examples of self-improvement. With inspiring stories, these are the Paralympic athletes you should follow on Instagram. You will be interested in: Argentina, athletics Getty ImagesYanina Martínez, who has cerebral palsy, became the first Argentine to become an Olympic champion in paraathletics in Rio 2016, winning the 100 meter dash in the T36 class. Rosaarina fulfilled the test in 14.64 seconds. Great Britain, swimming Getty ImagesThe British Ellie Robinson, who was born with hypoplasia of the cartilage of the hair (a type of dwarfism), meets in To...
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Tokyo 2020: how and where to watch the Paralympic Games | Digital Trends Spanish

With a record number of delegations, between August 24 and September 5 the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, the 16th version of this competition that brings together athletes who have some type of physical, visual or intellectual disability. You will be interested in: The event brings together more than 4,500 athletes from 162 delegations, in addition to the Paralympic Refugee Team. This is the largest participation in the history of the event, which sees the Paralympic debut of the committees of Bhutan, Grenada, Maldives, Paraguay and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. What are the Paralympic Games Getty ImagesEvery four years the Paralympic Games bring together athletes who meet some of the 10 disability categories established by the International Paralympic Committee (ICC), including tho...