Sundar Singh wins Bronze Medal in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020

It’s a great news for our country that Indian Para-athlete, Sundar Singh Gurjar wins the bronze medal at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020. Sundar Singh wins the bronze medal with a best throw of 64.01m in the men’s javelin throw (F 46) event at the Paralympics games. In the javelin throw game, the F-46 classification is for athletes with arm deficiency, impaired muscle power in the Paralympics event.

Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Sundar Singh Gurjar very happy to win bronze

In past, Sundar Singh has lost his left hand in the year 2015 when a metal sheet fell on him at a friend’s house. He also had won gold medals in the year 2017 and 2019 World Para Athletics Championships and won the silver medal in the Jakarta Para Asian Games 2018.

Devendra Jhajharia Claims Silver, Sundar Gurjar Bags Bronze In Javelin  Throw At Tokyo Paralympics

In this men’s javelin throw (F-46), Devendra Jhajharia wins the silver medal for India at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020.

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