The Venezuelan and silver medalist in BMX at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Daniel Dhers won this Sunday, May 7, the gold medal in the FreeStyle Pan American BMX Cycling Championship.
This competition was held for the first time on the BMX Freestyle Cycling track, located at the Comité Olímpico Paraguayo velodrome in Asunción, Paraguay. With this triumph, the Venezuelan marks the path towards the Olympic route that will be held in France in 2024.
Dhers achieved the highest score by highest score, above the Costa Rican Kenneth Tencio Esquivel, who won the silver medal, and the Brazilian Gustavo Bala, who took the bronze medal.
The information was shared by Dhers from his social networks, who in turn congratulated his opponents who came in second and third place.
With words of joy, the Venezuelan expressed “the level in Latin America continues to grow.” Finally, the athlete stated that with this victory the successful start to the games in Japan begins: “We started the Olympic route well, now I continue to Tokyo, Japan,” he said.
In the women’s section, the Chilean Macarena Pérez Grasset took the gold with an average of 60.17, followed on the podium by the Venezuelan Katherine Diaz (52.50) and the Colombian Queen Saray Villegas Serna 852.17).
Source: Press Agencies and social networks of the champion