On the point of difference, mexican Preseda Acosta Palareo Beat the Olympic champion Maria Del Rosario Espinosa Thus, he obtained his qualification to compete in taekwondo in the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
In extra time in the fight, which took place at the National Center for Sports Talent Development and High Performance (CNAR), Acosta beat Espinosa by two points to one point in the class. feminine He weighs more than 67 kilograms and that win gave her the ticket for the first time Olympic Games.
On the other hand, Maria Espinosa says goodbye to the Olympics after winning three medals Mexico: He went in Beijing 2008, bronze in London 2012 and a silver medal River 2016. He also won gold and bronze medals in the 2007 and 2017 World Championships.
At 19 years old, Preseda Acosta became the third Mexican to win a silver medal at the World Taekwondo Championships, when she finished second in Puebla 2013.
It is originally from NovolatoSinaloa, part of the global runner-up group Monica Torres and Iridia Salazar.
The young athlete won a silver medal at the 1st Youth Olympic Games, in Singapore 2011, for which she won the State Prize for Sport in Sinaloa.
He also got Euro At the San Salvador Youth Championship, 2009; At the Alicante Open, Spain, 2010; At the US Open, Las Vegas, 2012; At the Toronto Open, Canada, 2013; At the Swiss Open, Lausanne, 2013 and at the 2013 Sinaloa National University Championships, in Culiacan.
have won paying off At the Alicante Open, Spain, 2012; At the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore 2010, the World Championships in Puebla 2013 and Bronze At the US Open, Las Vegas, 2013.
On the verge of turning 28, Acosta will travel to Tokyo with Carlos SansoresAnother Mexican actor of that sport in the over 80kg category.
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Preseda Acosta (Embed a Tweet(Won the Olympic ticket in the +67 kg category, a 2–1 win in overtime against Maria Espinosa)Embed a Tweet )
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