The Titans won the circuit by survival 10 points over 6 of their opponents
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In the new contest for survival, the teams faced the Exatlon slide circuit (Photo: Twitter / @ ExatlonMx)
During the last week, the Heroes team had to return to the cabin after losing the game for the fortress. However, two new faces of Mexican sport joined their ranks: soccer player Javier Márquez and sprinter Jennifer Rodríguez , who is also the sister of one of the Titanes competitors.
The day began with a recognition and a welcome. The first was Ernesto Cázares, whom the driver Antonio Rosique congratulated for “the temperance” he has shown in previous games. Above all, after the canoeist Heliud Pulido made fun of him by sucking his finger when he emerged victorious in the game for the fortress.
Jenifer Rodríguez, a 19-year-old sprinter who appeared running to introduce herself with the others, arrived at the Exatlón beaches. It was then that Zudikey Rodríguez could not bear the tears when he saw his little sister arrive as part of the opposing team.
Jennifer Rodríguez arrived at the blue team with only 19 years of age (Photo: Twitter / @ ExatlonMx)
Once the teams were formed and with Rosique's promise of the arrival of a new element for the Blues, the duel for survival on the slide circuit began. This time, if the reds lost the fight, it would be a man who would leave the competition, but on the blue side it was the women who were at risk.
The Titans won the contest 10 points out of 6 to the Heroes, who tried to come back during the last circuits; However, the unstoppable soccer player Mati Álvarez gave the victory to her team in the last contest against the blues.
Goodbye by Nat Brito
This week, the Blues lost their strength and survival (Photo: Twitter / @ ExatlonMx)
Despite a week with two new teammates, the Blues had to see three of their athletes fight for permanence in the contest: sprinter Natalie Brito , American football player Valery Carranza , and Evelyn Guijarro, jumping athlete with pole, who faced the tough circuit of balance and strength of the competition.
The other participant who could have gone to the game was Cecilia Álvarez, a practitioner of the Wushu martial art, but because she was the participant with the most points on the team, she was automatically saved. For his part, Valery Carranza had a medal that he decided not to use at first.
The circuit that the contestants had to face took them to the limit due to the beams and obstacles. At one point in the competition, the American football player succumbed to stress and, at the words of her teammates, indicated that she did not want to wear the medal.
However, when he only had one life left, Valery agreed to deliver the medal and face Evelyn Guijarro and Nat Brito again in a tightly closed contest.
Sprinter Natalie Brito, American football player Valery Carranza, and Evelyn Guijarro, pole vault athlete, faced the tough circuit of balance and strength of the competition (Photo: Twitter / @ ExatlonMX)
Ultimately it was the sprinter who had to leave the competition after losing all her lives. Before leaving his team, he thanked them for the good relationship they established , because, he assured, in his first season on the program he had a complicated relationship with the contestants.
I am leaving serene, I am happy and I am very grateful.
With emotional hugs, Nat Brito said goodbye to all his fellow adventurers , many of whom could not hold back the tears at the departure of an athlete who reached the last stages of the first season in which he participated.
Again, the blue team had to see another of its contestants go; However, the arrival of more athletes gives them new opportunities to beat the unstoppable Titans of the red team, who have only had to let footballer Pame Verdirame go.