Mexico’s women’s team in Archery, recurve archery, won a ticket to the Olympic Games in Paris 2024, after winning the bronze medal at the World Championship of this sport, staged in Berlin, Germany.
Aida Roman, Alejandra Valencia and Ángela Ruiz also won the bronze medal in the competition, against Laura Van der Winkel, Quinty Roeffen and Gaby Schloeseer, representatives of the Netherlands.
This trio has just won the gold medal at the XXIV Central American and Caribbean Games San Salvador 2023, where Valencia was also the champion in the individual and mixed team categories, and Ruiz won the bronze medal in the individual category during the regional competition.
For Aida and Alejandra, this ticket is a new participation in their careers to the Olympic Games, who will each be in their fourth games, and both are Olympic medalists, where Roman won the silver medal in individual during London 2012, and Valencia the bronze medal in the mixed team modality with Luis Alvarez in Tokyo 2020.
However, Ángela Ruiz, the youngest of the trio and with a silver medal in an adult World Championship at only 16 years of age, would be making her debut next year in the Olympic Games.
Silver in Compound Archery
Andrea Becerra, Ana Sofia Hernandez and Dafne Quintero of Mexico, took the silver medal in compound bow, after losing to Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Aditi Gopichand Swami, and Parneet Kaur of India.