Yesenia Restrepo won bronze in discus throw at the Paralympics – Olympic Cycle – Sports

Yesenia Restrepo gave Colombia a new bronze medal in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic games.

Restrepo, born 39 years ago in Medellín, placed third in the discus throwing test, in the F11 category.

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He had reached a mark of 34.85 meters in his third launch, with which he had already secured the medal, but then, in the last, he rose to 36.11.

Liangmin Zhang from China took gold with 40.83 meters, world recordL. The plata was for Assunta Legnante, from Italy, with 40.25.

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Restrepo had already achieved a bronze medal in Rio 2016 as a member of the Colombian team that finished third in the 4×100 relay.

The colombian harvest In the Paralympics, it already reaches 14 medals: 2 gold, 4 silver and 8 bronze.



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