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More medals for the Cuban delegation

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Parapan Games IV held in Guadalajara being the scene of the magnificent performance of Cuban athletes continue to add medals.

The West Indians already have nine golds, three silver and six bronze, supported on the performance of athletics and swimming.

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Parapan Games IV held in Guadalajara being the scene of the magnificent performance of Cuban athletes continue to add medals.

The West Indians already have nine golds, three silver and six bronze, supported on the performance of athletics and swimming.

On Tuesday, the Cuban Lorenzo Perez won his second gold and Rafael Castillo got his first, both with continental records in the S6 category.

First Perez won the 50 freestyle with 31.44 seconds, leaving Colombia's second and third Nelson Crispin the Brazilian Adriano de Lima, who won seven crowns and a silver in the event of Rio de Janeiro-2007.

Meanwhile, Castillo won the 50 butterfly with 33.69 seconds lap of after finishing fourth in the 50 free.

With these results, that discipline and metal matched golden harvest achieved in the previous continental lid.

In athletics, Castle Yunidis Cuban broke his world record in the 200 T46, despite starting only in the stadium track Telmex. Castillo (upper limb amputee), double world record holder and champion of the Beijing Paralympics-2008 would not run because the other rival ad is not presented.

However, he did and how to achieve 24.46 seconds, lowering his mark in 26/100 of the world, imposed on September 12, 2008 in China's capital.

Nobody likes to run alone, but I was convinced that he should not defraud the public and people of Cuba. On the track I did all my effort, Castillo said the National Information Agency.

"I always enjoy competing and today was against myself. I won and gave the delegation a necessary input to the purposes for which we got here," he said.

This action followed Castillo to other leading sprinters Mitjans Daineris sighted at 100 meters T12, and Luis Felipe Gutierrez, T13 100 meters, winning in 13.00 and 10.87 seconds respectively.

Ettien excelled in the field Calderon (upper limb amputee), who reached up to 6.81 meters in the T46 long jump, taking the Argentine Lucas Schonfeld 1.18 in log record recognized as America between disabled.

With the time 11.03 seconds yesterday, Raciel Gonzalez (upper limb affected) suffered from injury left his right foot and had to settle for silver in 11.20 to get behind the Brazilian Yohanson Nascimento (11.08) in the 100 m T46.

Finally, another silver joined Leonardo Diaz (paraplegic) in the javelin throw F54-56, with 30.56 meters, and Arian Izanaga (blind) won bronze in the T11 100 meters with 11.68 seconds.

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[source: http://www.cubaheadlines.com/2011/11/23/34350/more_medals_for_the_cuban_delegation.html]

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