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  • Submitted by: Luis Manuel Mazorra
  • 02 / 17 / 2012

In International Tournament Cerro Pelado-Granma struggle developed in Havana, bringing together athletes from 18 countries, Cubans swept seven gold medals.

In the most emotional case Monday, the Cuban Maikel Anache (60 kilograms) appealed to its greater speed and fitness to overcome 2-1 (0-3, 3-0 and 6-0) to his fellow Pan-American champion Guadalajara 2011, Hanzel Moeque.

Maylin Consuegra (CUB-74 kg) met forecasts with gold clasp and closed the performance of the classic gladiator style, after dominating 2-0 (1-0 and 2-0) to German Konstantin Scheider.

In the three late free women won: Patricia Bermudez (ARG-48 kg), Jessica MacDonald (CAN-51) and Yamilka del Valle (CUB-55).

  Cuba led in the Greco-Roman style with 12 medals (7-2-3) the country standings, followed by Germany (0-4-2) and United States (0-1-2). For Latin America and the Dominican Republic Ecuador stressed, both with a bronze.

The Cuban coach Pedro Val laureate was very pleased with the performance of his disciples.

"The goal was fulfilled which was win the event, though in truth we did not expect it to be so given the quality of many of the foreign participants," said Jit Val newspaper, the best coach of this discipline and holds the keys to worldwide in 2010.

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