US EARNS MIXED RELAY BRONZE MEDAL AT THE 2021 CALI JUNIOR PAN AMERICAN GAMES

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In a completely exhilarating rush to the completion, the United States acquired the bronze decoration in the Triathlon Mixed Relay at the debut 2021 Junior Pan American Games held in Cali, Colombia, on Sunday, Nov. 28. Ecuador won gold, while Mexico procured the silver award in a thrilling run finish on the blue rug.

The U.S. group comprised of Drew Shellenberger (Indianapolis, Ind.), Liberty Ricca (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Madisen Lavin (Vermillion, S.D.) and Nicholas Holmes (Glendale, Wis.), completed in a period of 60 minutes, 24 minutes and 18 seconds. Eight nations contended, each handling a group of two men and two ladies, with every competitor finishing a super-run marathon comprising of a 300-meter swim, draft-legitimate 6.2-kilometer bicycle, and 1.5-kilometer run prior to labeling off to the following colleague.

This is the principal year that the Pan American Games are facilitating worldwide rivalry at the Junior level — competitors matured 17 to 22 from nations of North America, South America, Central America and the Caribbean.

Initially booked for June and afterward delayed until September, the Games were pushed back again to November to take into account Colombia and contending competitors to have more opportunity to get COVID-19 inoculations.

The Mixed Relay decoration execution for the U.S. came after individual contests for both the people were hung on Friday, Nov. 26. Competitors took on a run distance course including a one-lap 750-meter swim, four-lap 20-kilometer bicycle and two-lap five-kilometer run.

In the ladies’ race, Lavin set fifth in general with a period of 1:06:52. A top swimmer, Lavin was second out of the water. Lavin is an individual from the University of South Dakota’s Division I ladies’ university group and on Nov. 13 set fifth in general at the Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championships in Tempe, Arizona, and was the top finisher for her school’s program.

Following only seconds behind Lavin and completing in 6th spot was Ricca, with a period of 1:06:58. Ricca set forth a strong, steady execution, never vacillating from the main eight in the opposition all through the race. Ricca likewise contends at the U.S. university level for Arizona State University, who won its fifth consecutive DI public title at the Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championships.

The individual ladies’ platform went to Mexico and Ecuador. Mexicans Anahi Alvarez Corral (1:03:59) and Mercedes Romero Olrozco (1:04:55) asserted the gold and silver, and Ecuadorian Paula Vega (1:05:56) procure the bronze.

Results

Junior Women
1. Anahi Alvarez Corral (MEX) 1:03:59 
2. Mercedes Romero Orozco (MEX) 1:04:55 
3. Paula Vega (ECU) 1:05:56U.S. Finishers 

6. Nicholas Holmes (Glendale, Wis.) 57:13

9. Drew Shellenberger (Indianapolis, Ind.) 57:48

Team Mixed Relay – Complete results

1. Ecuador (1:23:48)

2. Mexico (1:23:48)

3. United States (1:24:18)
 
U.S. Finishers  
5. Madisen Lavin (Vermillion, S.D.) 1:03:23 
6. Liberty Ricca (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 1:06:58 

Junior Men — 
1. Miguel Hidalgo (BRA) 56:40 
2. Eduardo Nunez Gomez (MEX) 57:01 
3. Cesar Xavier Criollo Matute (ECU) 57:08 

U.S. Finishers 

6. Nicholas Holmes (Glendale, Wis.) 57:13

9. Drew Shellenberger (Indianapolis, Ind.) 57:48

Team Mixed Relay – Complete results

1. Ecuador (1:23:48)

2. Mexico (1:23:48)

3. United States (1:24:18)