Navdeep and Arvind win two quota for Tokyo Paralympics – Para Athletics: Navdeep, Arvind bagged 2 quota, India won 4 gold

New Delhi. Para athletes — Navdeep and Arvind, won two quota for the Tokyo Paralympics, performing brilliantly at the 12th Faja International Championships World Para Athletics Grand Prix. India won a total of four gold medals on the third day of the championship.

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India has won some 17 medals
India has so far won a total of 17 medals including nine gold in this championship. Indian male javelin throw athletes performed brilliantly on Friday with defending world champions Sandeep Chaudhary (F44), Ajit Singh (F46) and Navdeep (F41) winning the gold. Apart from this, Pranav Prashant Desai won gold in the men’s 200m F64 event. Meanwhile, world champion javelin thrower Sundar Singh Gurjar (F46) had to be content with the bronze medal.

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Navdeep also won the gold medal
Navdeep won the gold medal with a throw of 43.58 meters in the third attempt of the men’s spear throw F41 event. Arvind achieved the minimum qualification standard with 14.05 meters in the men’s F35 / 36 event. He finished fifth in this event.

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Pranav won gold in 200 meters
Sandeep threw a 61.22m throw in the men’s javelin throw F42 / F44 / 63/64 event while Ajith finished first in the F46 final throwing 58.76m. In this event, Sri Lanka’s Gamini Ketavala (58.55m) and India’s Sundar Singh Gurjar (57.74m) were placed second and third respectively. Pranav won the gold in the men’s 200m T64 event with a time of 24.96 seconds.

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