Puebla / 08/29/2021 18:30:51
With a mark of 5 minutes, 38 seconds and 83 hundredths, the runner from Puebla, Diana Laura Coraza Castañeda, concluded his participation within the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, by closing in the fifth position of the preliminary classification in the test of the 1,500 flat meters class T11 for the blind and visually impaired.
Customs that was fully dominated by the South African Louzanne Coetzee, which imposed conditions from the start of the contest to head towards the goal, which crossed with a time of 4 minutes, 49 seconds and 24 hundredths, leaving the rest for a closing of the photograph.
And it is that the second place obtained by the Spanish, Susana rodriguez, was highly contested by the Polish Joanna mazur and for the Kenya Nancy Chelangat Koech, which timed separate marks of 4: 51.38, 4: 51.67 and 4: 51.67, respectively, leaving the Angelopolitan representative far behind.
Precisely, Coraza Castañeda, by the hand of your guide Jorge Gaspar Cerna, they finished the joust very far from the marks that were required to access the final and therefore the medal dispute, thus culminating the adventure through eastern lands, where days ago, they also took part in the 400 meter dash.
According to what was said by the own Diana Laura hours before, this marks for her the closing of a cycle, which will soon begin once again with her sights set on Paris 2024, but above all, on overcoming what has been done at the time, with the firm hope of competing in her third parties Paralympic Games.