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Tokyo Paralympics: India’s Praveen Kumar Clinches Silver Medal In Men’s High Jump

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • India’s Praveen Kumar set another Asian record with 2.07m jump.
  • India have so far gained two gold, six silver, and three bronze medals.

India’s Praveen Kumar secured the silver medal in the men’s high jump T64 occasion, taking the nation’s take to 11 medals at the Tokyo Paralympics. The 18-year-old Kumar, contending in his first Paralympics, set another Asian record with a 2.07m leap to complete behind Great Britain’s Jonathan Broom-Edwards, who indented up his season’s best of 2.10m for the gold. The bronze went to Rio Games champion Maciej Lepiato of Poland who created a work and clinch the height of 2.04m.

T64 arrangement is for competitors with leg removal, who rival prosthetics in a standing position.

T44, the handicap grouping that Kumar has yet is qualified to contend in T64, is for competitors with a leg inadequacy, leg length contrast, debilitated muscle power, or hindered aloof scope of development in the legs.

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His debilitation, which is inborn, influences the bones that interface his hip to one side leg.

The continuous Paralympic Games are ending up being India’s best ever and the country has so far guaranteed two gold, six silver, and three bronze awards.

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