Angola win 4th medal in African championship

  • Swimming: Angolan squad win 4th medal in African championship
Luanda - The Angolan swimming team this Friday conquered the fourth bronze medal in the African championship, taking place in Ghana, after Salvador Gordo’s win, in the 200 meters butterfly category, and the relay team in the 4x100 meters style.

Salvador Gordo did two minutes, ten seconds (2m, 10s and 28tenths), behind the Egyptian Ahmd Mohamed, gold medal (2m, 03s and 28t) and the South African Liam Vehbi, silver winner with (2m, 08s and 94t).

 

In the relay style, the Angolan team composed of Pedro Pinotes, Catarina Sousa, Salvador Gordo and Lia Lima clocked (4m, 14s and 58t).

 

Gold was won by the South African team and silver by the Egyptian team.

 

The current national team breaks the 2017 record, in the relay, achieved in Budapest (Hungary) by Mário Ervedosa, Catarina Sousa, Daniel Francisco and Ana Nóbrega.

 

The African championship ends on Sunday with open water competitions.

Salvador Gordo did two minutes, ten seconds (2m, 10s and 28tenths), behind the Egyptian Ahmd Mohamed, gold medal (2m, 03s and 28t) and the South African Liam Vehbi, silver winner with (2m, 08s and 94t).

 

In the relay style, the Angolan team composed of Pedro Pinotes, Catarina Sousa, Salvador Gordo and Lia Lima clocked (4m, 14s and 58t).

 

Gold was won by the South African team and silver by the Egyptian team.

 

The current national team breaks the 2017 record, in the relay, achieved in Budapest (Hungary) by Mário Ervedosa, Catarina Sousa, Daniel Francisco and Ana Nóbrega.

 

The African championship ends on Sunday with open water competitions.