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Mayabeque, Cuba_ With the conquest of six medals and five other athletes among the top eight of their respective specialties, the province's delegation was ranked tenth in the national youth athletics competitions held in Las Tunas. 

Three golden medals, a silver one and a pair of bronzes, allowed improving four steps in relation to the previous year when our representatives finished in the fourteenth place.

Gold medalists and national champions resulted Greisy Robles Acevedo, from Batabanó in a hundred meters with fences, Yoarley Argüelles Campbell, from Güines in five thousand meters flat and the Santacruceño Harold Martínez Guzmán in vaulting pole.

The Batabanoense Greisy Robles became the most outstanding of the Mayabequenses to also take possession of the silver medal in the queen test of the speed, that is, the hundred meters flat.

With bronzes returned th Thalía de la Caridad Pedroso, from Guines, in triple jump and the lajero Jonathan González in five thousand meters. Of the 13 athletes who attended the event, eleven contributed points to the province when placing among the first eight in their tests.

Next to the podium were Thalía herself and her compatriot Érica Oliva, placed fourth in long jump and 800 meters respectively, the same place that occupied the female relay of four percent.

According to the report of the National Referee José Alberto Portela, they also contributed points to be placed among the eight best Damián Reyes Castillo and Yoarley Toirac Ramos from San Jose de las Lajas, Jaruco’s Diana Valdés Luaces, Gelier Verdecia García, fro9m Güines and the male relay of 4 for 400.

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