The Dominican Republic will have its most important baseball game so far, when the Olympic team faces Mexico at 11 p.m. Eastern Time in the United States.
The Dominicans are coming off a loss to Japan in the opening game of the group, after going into the ninth inning with a 3-1 lead that was squandered to lose 4-3.
Although all teams qualify, the Dominican Republic has the obligation to demonstrate that they are a power in the sport by giving a blow of authority against Mexico, which won its Olympic ticket in the Premier 12 tournament, where the Dominicans did not have their best performance.
Also competing in rowing is the athlete Ignacio Vásquez, who participates in the semifinal of the men’s skiff, although he does so without the possibility of medals and only applies to define positions in the ranking.
Also earlier in the day, the backstroke swimming competition was held, where Krystal Lara finished last in her heat, with no chance of winning a medal, and said goodbye to the Games.