Paraiba won three more medals this Sunday (11), being two gold and one bronze, for a total of 15 with a week to go at the Youth Games in Aracaju (SE). Gold went to the men’s volleyball team, coached by Professor Jorge Carvalho, as well as wrestling (Olympic wrestling) through Pedro Henrique, while bronze went to the men’s futsal team, captained by Leucio Laerte.
According to the schedule of the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB), the organizer of the event, which is intended for students from 15 to 17 years old in public and private networks, closed the second stage, the last one with basketball starting this Tuesday. arguments, handball, judo and rhythmic gymnastics. “The youth games are divided into three stages, from the 2nd to the 6th of this month and from the 7th until now. Until the 18th will be the last in more ways and Paraiba, trying to increase his medal count even more. “, – he said: Head of the delegation, professor Mineiron.
The current tally already exceeds that of 2019, the last year of the competition, in which Paraíba won 11 medals. “It’s nothing but a lot of hard work at the state level with school and extra-school games, and the fruits are already being reaped. Santa Catarina,” emphasized Zezinho Botafogo, Secretary of Youth, Sports and Leisure (Seille).
See all the medals won so far at the 2022 Youth Games.
Gold – Men’s Volleyball
Gold – Wrestling (Olympic Wrestling) – Pedro Henrique
Gold – Beach Volleyball – Raisa and Maria Clara
Gold – Taekwondo – Karen Eduarda
Gold – Swimming – Daniel Azevedo 100m Backstroke
Gold – Swimming – Daniel Azevedo
50 m back
Silver – Swimming – Isabella Garcia – 400m Medley
Silver – Swimming – Daniel Azevedo 200m Medley
Silver – Beach Volleyball – Gabriel and Gustavo
Bronze – Swimming – Isabela Garcia 200m Medley Bronze – Swimming – Women’s 4 x 200m Team Relay Bronze – Men’s Futsal Bronze – Swimming – Estefany Camilli – 800m Freestyle Bronze – Swimming – Daniel Azevedo Meter – Daniel Azevedo Backstroke 20