According to mexiconewsdaily.com, Mexican athletes made history at the world university games in Taiwan by winning a record 22 medals, five more than the previous record.
Mexican athletes shone in diving, winning four gold medals in women’s and mixed springboard and a bronze in the men’s category.
Mexico won two bronze in archery, a gold and three silver in athletics, bronze in men’s soccer, a gold and a silver in men’s golf and a silver in men’s weightlifting.
At the last Summer Universiade, held in South Korea in 2015, Mexico won half as many medals and only one was gold.
Mexico sent 211 athletes to this year’s event, 126 men and 85 women.
Japan led the medal count with 101, followed by South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Russia and the United States.