Russian swimmers Andrei Kalina, Artem Isaev, Dmitry Bartasinsky and Adelina Razetdinova won new medals for the national team in the 100m breaststroke at the Tokyo Paralympics. About it informs TASS.
Viburnum won gold, Isaev – silver, Bartasinsky – bronze. Razetdinova also received a bronze medal. Andrey Kalina covered the distance in 1 minute 7.24 seconds.
All athletes competed in the categories of people with musculoskeletal disorders. Swimmers of this class have coordination problems affecting all four limbs, or they have movements in their arms, but the trunk or legs do not work.
Russia currently has six gold, four silver and six bronze medals.
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