Sumit Antil won the gold medal in the javelin throw at the Tokyo Paralympics, created a new world record


Sumit Antil Wins Gold: Sumit Antil of India, performing brilliantly in the Tokyo Paralympics, won the gold medal in the javelin throw class F-64 category. Sumit made a world record in the final with a throw of 68.55 meters and won the gold medal. This is the second gold medal for India so far. Earlier, female shooter Avani Lakhera won the gold medal on Monday morning. India has so far won some 7 medals, out of which 2 are gold medals.

Sumit started the final with 66.95m in his first attempt, but he threw 68.55m in his fifth attempt and finished first. Sumit threw 68.08 in the second attempt, 65.27 in the third, 66.71 meters in the fourth while his sixth and final throw was a foul. India has won its fifth medal at the Tokyo Paralympics today. Before him, Avani, Devendra Jhajharia, Sundar Singh Gurjar and Yogesh Kathunia also won medals for the country on Monday. India has so far won two gold, four silver and one bronze medals in this Paralympics.

Home Minister Amit Shah congratulated

Home Minister Amit Shah has congratulated Sumit Antil on the success. Shah tweeted, “A golden and unforgettable day… Sumit Antil This extraordinary achievement of yours in Paralympics has added to the glory of the tricolor all over the world. Many congratulations for the gold medal.”

India won five medals on Monday

Indian Para athletes have performed brilliantly in Tokyo Paralympics. India’s performance from day one has been excellent. At present, India is at number 25 in the medal table. China tops the table with 54 gold medals.

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