Ana Vazquez Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Mexican archer Ana Paula Vázquez was born on October 5, 2000. She participated in the women’s individual competition at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

She earned the silver medal in the women’s team competition two months later at the Yankton, South Dakota-hosted 2021 World Archery Championships.

Ana Vazquez Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Ana Vazquez to Replace An San at 2021 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final

The Olympic Champion An San of Korea will be replaced by Mexico’s Ana Vazquez in the starting lineup of the 2021 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in Yankton, USA.

An San earned a wildcard spot by taking home the individual gold medal at Tokyo 2020.

An has chosen to depart with the rest of the Korean team after the Hyundai World Archery Championships, even though she will compete there one week earlier.

This year, Korea decided to concentrate on home Olympic preparations rather than compete in the three phases of the Hyundai Archery World Cup.

Without using the new Olympic qualification process, no archer from the nation would have been eligible.

The 20-year-old Mexican archer placed in the top 10 in all three competitions this year.

And just days after helping Mexico earn a full women’s team quota for the Olympics, she made the final four in Paris.

Why Ana Paula Vázquez will replace Olympic champion An San at the Archery World Cup

In the Hyundai 2021 Archery World Cup final lineup, which will take place at the end of September in Yankton.

South Dakota, Mexican goalie Ana Paula Vazquez will take An San’s position, who won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

The Olympic champion discussed her goals with the World Archery, citing among other things the fact that An San qualified for the competition.

Because she won the gold medal in the individual division at the Tokyo Olympics, which was one of the main reasons for South Korea’s focus on the Olympic cycle.

Since Korea did not participate in all three rounds of the Archery World Cup, An San’s only opportunity to advance was through her Olympic participation.

The Korean goalkeeper discussed her situation and the reasons why she chose not to compete.

Conclusion

On July 18 in Tokyo, Ana Vazquez, a Mexican shooter, practises at the Yumenoshima Park Archery Field for the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Young archer who started off using a compound bow but later transitioned to a recurve bow. (Photo: AP)

Megan Rapinoe of the United States makes the victory sign before to a women’s soccer match between Sweden and the United States on July 21 in Tokyo during the 2020 Summer Olympics.

She is the 2019 Sportsperson of the Year, according to Sports Illustrated. She is the 2019 Sportsperson of the Year, according to Sports Illustrated.

Megan Rapinoe of the United States makes the victory sign before to a women’s soccer match between Sweden and the United States on July 21 in Tokyo during the 2020 Summer Olympics.