The Mexican delegation aims to repeat the success of Guadalajara 2011 where 42 gold, 41 silver and 50 bronze medals were won for a total of 133.
In Lima 2019, Mexican athletes won 136 medals to set a new record, but only 37 gold, 36 silver and 63 bronze.
In addition, sports such as skateboarding, sport climbing and breaking will make their debut at the Pan American Games.
Brandon Plaza, men’s taekwondo 58 kg
Brandon Plaza Hernández defeated Argentine Lucas Guzmán 2-1 to become the champion in the 58 kg category to win the fourth gold medal for Mexico.
Daniela Souza, female taekwondo 49 kg
Daniel Paola Souza Naranjo beat Colombian Andrea Ramírez 2-1 to win the gold medal in the 49 kg category at the Pan American Games.
María Mata, swimming in the 200m butterfly
Maria Mata Cocco finished second in the 200-meter butterfly swimming event to win the silver medal with a time of 2:10.25.
Miguel de Lara, swimming 100m breaststroke
Miguel de Lara Ojeda won the bronze medal in Santiago 2023 in swimming during the 100 meter breaststroke test with a time of 1:00.90.
Edson Ramírez, shot at 10 m
Edson Ramírez won the second gold medal for Mexico in the 10-meter rifle shooting test with 245.5 points and also earned his direct ticket to Paris 2024.
Víctor Guemez, weighing 61 kg
Víctor Badur Guemez Cel won the first silver medal for the Mexican delegation with 276 kg, just three behind Cuban Arley Calderón who was proclaimed champion.
Cecilia Lee, female individual poomsae
Cecilia Huyn Lee Kim became the first Mexican medalist when she won bronze after losing in the Semifinals to American Kaitlyn Reclusado in the women’s poomsae event in taekwondo.