Mexico Has Worst Olympic Medal Haul in 25 Years
By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
With just four bronze medals, and no gold or silver, Mexico had its worst haul of Olympic medals during the Tokyo games since the 1996 Atlanta games.
Although the Mexican delegation did come in fourth place seven times, it had a disappointing medal count in Japan.
It won bronze medals in the mixed archery competition with Alejandra Valencia and Luis Álvarez, in the women’s synchronized 10-meter platform with Alejandra Orozco and Gaby Agúndez, in weightlifting with Aremi Fuentes and in soccer.
In the previous Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Mexico won five medals, three silvers and two bronzes.
At the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the Mexican delegation only won one bronze medal.