Mariana Zuniga, the Chilean representative of archery in the Paralympic Games, became the great revelation of the Tokyo national delegation.
This after adding a new medal to our country, by winning the silver medal in the W2 category.
Zúñiga, who had just beaten the Russian Stepanida Artakhinova in the semifinals, fell in the final with the British Phoebe Paterson.
The Chilean, who debuted in the appointment of the rings, lost by an accumulated of 133-134.
Note that the 19-year-old athlete is the youngest specialist in the ‘Team ParaChile’ on Japanese soil.
In this way, Chile achieves its fourth Tokyo 2020 medal. Previously, Alberto Abarza won gold in swimming and Francisca Mardones in shot put, while ‘Beto’ Abarza himself also registered a silver medal.