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Watch how BRAZIL’S Silvania Costa won Gold in RIO
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Paralympics roundup, Day 9 – Excelle SportsSilvania Costa De Oliveira won gold with a 4.98m leap while teammate Lorena Salvatini Spoladore was third with 4.71, between the two Brazilians was Ivorian Fatima Bigitte Diasso in 4.89m, a personal best. China won the first gold of the evening session …Insidethegames.bizAthletics Weekly Paralympics roundup, Day 9 – Excelle Sports
2016 Paralympic Games, Day Ten – SuperSportCharl du Toit claimed his second Paralympics gold medal on Friday when he stormed to the men’s 400m T37 title. © Gallo Images. Du Toit won the 100m earlier in the week. © Gallo Images. The 23-year-old finished more than two seconds ahead of his rivals. 2016 Paralympic Games, Day Ten – SuperSport
Rio Paralympics: 50-year-old Kazakh woman sets new swimming record – BBC NewsA 50-year-old Kazakh woman has won her country’s first-ever medal at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Zulfiya Gabidullina set a new world record in the 100m freestyle swimming. China has won most gold medals so far with seven, followed by the … Rio Paralympics: 50-year-old Kazakh woman sets new swimming record – BBC News
Silvania lands gold – just like her brotherBrazil’s Silvania Costa de Oliveira kept winning in the family as she took gold in a spectacular women’s long jump T11 competition on Friday (16 September) as world records continued to fall in the field and out on the track. Costa de Oliveira … Silvania lands gold – just like her brother