Mexico

History

Mexico made its first Summer Olympic appearance in 1900. They would not return until 1924 where they competed in all subsequent Olympics games. The nation hosted the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. Mexico has recently sent a large delegation to the Olympics with around 100 athletes competing since 1984. The athletes tend to compete in most individual sports with some team sports also represented.

Mexico won its first Olympic medal in 1900 and has won at least one medal in all games it has participated with the exceptions of 1924 and 1928. In total Mexico has won 69 medals across 15 sports including the defunct sport of polo. The most successful sports include aquatics (16 with 14 in diving and 2 in swimming), boxing (13), athletics (11), equestrian (7) and taekwondo (7). The most successful athlete is diver Joaquin Capilla where he won four medals across three Olympics. He won gold (1956), silver (1952) and bronze (1948) in the men’s 10m platform and a bronze (1956) on the 3m springboard. In 2016 Mexico won five medals.

Qualified Quotas

Archery

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s Individual Alejandra Valencia

Artistic Swimming

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s Duet Nuria Diosdado
Joana Jimenez

Athletics

Men’s Events

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s 800m Jesus Lopez
Men’s 20km Walk Carlos Sanchez
Julio Cesar Salazar
Men’s 50km Walk Isaac Palma
Men’s Marathon Jose Luis Santana
Juan Pacheco
Jesus Esparza

Women’s Events

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s 400m Paola Moran
Women’s 20km Walk Alegna Gonzalez
Ilse Guerrero

Baseball/Softball

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Baseball Jesus Araiza
Manuel Barreda
Brennan Bernardino
Carlos Bustamante
Humberto Castellanos
Matthew Clark
Jesus Cruz
Philip Evans
Jorge Flores
Felipe Gonzalez
Jonathan Jones
Justin Kelly
Efren Navarro
Juan Perez
Noah Perio
Adam Quintana
Estaban Quiroz
Horacio Ramirez
Arturo Reyes
Jesus Rios
Noel Salas
Javier Salazar
Roman Solis
Humberto Sosa
Jose Vargas
Eduardo Vera
Ryan Verdugo
Christian Villanueva
Women’s Softball Stefania Aradillas
Marissa Bravo
Suzannah Brookshire
Brittany Cervantes
Dallas Escobedo
Tatyana Forbes
Chelsea Gonzales
Sierra Hyland
Taylor McQuillin
Danielle O’Toole
Sashel Palacios
Nicole Rangel
Amanda Sanchez
Anissa Urtez
Victoria Vidales

Cycling

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Road Race Qualified Via Rankings
Women’s Road Race Qualified Via Rankings

Diving

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s 3m Springboard Rommel Pacheco
Women’s 3m Springboard Dolores Hernandez
Men’s 3m Synchronized Springboard Yahel Castillo
Juan Manuel Celaya
Women’s 3m Synchronized Springboard Paola Espinosa
Melany Hernandez
Men’s 10m Platform Kevin Berlin
Women’s 10m Platform Alejandra Orozco

Equestrian

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Individual Dressage Bernadette Pujals
Horse: Curioso XXV
Individual Jumping From Team Quota
From Team Quota
From Team Quota
Team Jumping Enrique Gonzalez
Horse: Chacna
Eugenio Garza
Horse: Armani SL Z
Lorenza O’Farril
Horse: Queens Darling
Patrcio Pasquel
Horse: Babel

Gymnastics

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Artistic Individual Events Daniel Corral Daniel Corral
Women’s Artistic Individual Events Alexa Moreno Alexa Moreno

Modern Pentathlon

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s Individual Mariana Arceo Mariana Arceo

Sailing

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s RS:X Mariana Aguilar

Shooting

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Jose Luis Sanchez Jose Luis Sanchez
Men’s 10m Air Rifle Edson Ramirez Edson Ramirez
Men’s Trap Jorge Orozco Jorge Orozco
Women’s Trap Alejandra Ramirez Alejandra Ramirez
Mixed Team Trap Eligible to Compete
Women’s Skeet Gabriela Rodriguez Gabriela Rodriguez