The dives in Tokyo 2020 could give Mexico another medal after the Yucatecan Rommel Pacheco begins his participation in the springboard.
The diver and flag bearer of the Mexican delegation in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Rommel Pacheco, will be participating in his fourth Olympic Games of his experienced career.
The 35-year-old diver will be participating in the men’s 3-meter springboard event. Five years ago, Rommel Pacheco participated in the same test and finished fifth in the Rio 2016 test.
On Tuesday, August 3, we will see Rommel Pacheco start his last Olympic competition in a men’s 3-meter trampoline with Osmar Olvera at 01:00 AM in Mexico City.
It was the Mexican himself who also told us that the preliminaries in individual tests would be this Monday, August 2.
Rommel will have one last chance to consecrate his career with an Olympic medal. The Yucatecan diver has so far with five medals in Pan American games and Gold in the 2016 World Diving Championships, held in Rio de Janeiro, the most important victory of his career.
A few days ago on his social networks, the diver and Mexican flag bearer gave his fans a proof of how motivated he is and confident in giving Mexico a medal from the 3-meter springboard.
The discipline that has brought Mexico the most joys in the history of the Olympic Games are diving, which occupies a privileged place in the annals of the sports history of our country, as it is the one that has garnered the most medals in international competitions and holds the record of 15 Olympic medals with the bronze obtained today in Tokyo 2020.