Argentine Jeremias Azaña won the Kenyan Challenger 5k race, which was held in the United States, after defeating England’s Tom Walsh.
On November 15, in Boynton Beach, United States, the Kenetic 5K Challenger started. Even there was Argentine Jeremias Azaña, the sixth pre-ranked of the competition, To be crowned champion in North American territory. After a great performance throughout the entire test, Cordovan defeated Tom Walsh to win the first place in the test.
in the first round, Azaña struggled to keep the win: against Indian Veer Chotrani, the Argentine let go 3-2 (9-11, 11-8, 8-11, 11-3 and 11-6), after an hour of play. in rooms , He had to play against Canadian David Bailarjohn, who arrived in the United States as the top seed, although he was affected physically: Cordovan officially won the first set 11-6; The second, with obvious difficulties for the American, won 11-0 and Baylargon decided to retire in the third.
in the semi-finals, Azaña had to hit Guatemalan Alejandro Enriquez. After a titanic battle for the first set, the Argentine won 12-10. However, Central America knew how to recover and took game two with a score of 7-11. equally, Cordovan brought out the sacred fire that he carries inside and prevailed without problems in the following “boys”: 11-4 and 11-2.
Finally, in the final match, the challenger was on duty Tom Walsh. The English language arrived in the United States in second place. With this board, he knew how to hold the first two sets at 11-4 and 11-9. however, Azaña was able to recover and cough up the historic: he won the final three sets 11-7, 11-5, 11-4, to take the tournament, after an hour and a quarter of play..
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