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Mexican Olympic Silver Medallist Shot In Head
A Mexican race walker who won silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics has lost his left eye after being shot in the head in a bar, according to reports.
Noe Hernandez, 34, was in a serious but stable condition after being shot at the Queen of Kings nightclub in Mexico state.
Three gunmen burst into the club and opened fire on revellers, killing two people and seriously injuring two more.
Hernandez, who works as sports secretary for the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party in the state, has undergone three surgeries after he was hit by a 9mm bullet.
Surgeon Carlos Castillo Rangel said: "The surgeries were successful, without any complications.
"We must wait and see his progress in intensive care."
Bars are often raided by drug cartel members in Mexico. More than 60,000 people have died in the country in the last six years as a result of the drug war.