Colombia wins Pacific Cup swimming

16:05, September 27, 2010      

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The Colombian national swimming team won the Pacific Cup with 719 points, the Colombian Swimming Federation said Sunday.

The games were hosted in the Colombian city of Cali. The particpants included Colombia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador and Peru.

The Federation said in a statement that according to the 719 achieved points, 326 were contributed by the women team and 381 by men in the games.

The second place was for Peru with 599 points, followed by Ecuador with 366 points in the third place.

Colombia won the polo over Peru in three occasions during this Cup.

While at the diving, Colombia dominated all the tournament with divers Carolina Murillo and Sara Lizeth Bedoya.

Meanwhile, divers Juan Esteban Puerta and Erick Caicedo won gold and silver, respectively in three meters trampoline: Carlos Eduardo Cubillos and Santiago Grajales won the first and second place in the same trail but in the Group C.

Peru won the previous Cup.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:李牧(实习))

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