NEW DELHI: India's Amit Kumar missed bronze decoration by the littlest of edge in men's club toss – F51 occasion on Friday, completing fourth in the wake of staying in the main three positions for nearly the whole rivalry. The last hurler of the occasion Slovakia's Marian Kureja, who was in the fifth spot, tossed a separation of 26.82m in his fifth endeavor to beat Amit by 0.09m and secured the bronze.
Amit was reliable in all his six endeavors as he enrolled more than 25m imprint in every one of the tosses with the best coming in the second endeavor. The Serbian team of Zeljko Dimitrijevic and Milos Mitic won the gold and silver award separately. Dimitrijevic broke his own particular world record by enlisting an amazing sign of 29.91m, completing in front of Mitic who recorded 26.84m.
The other Indian contending in the occasion, Dharambir completed ninth in the nine-man last with a best toss of 21.39m. India had opened the decoration number in Rio on September 9, when Mariyappan Thangavelu and Varun Singh Bhati won the gold and bronze separately in the men's high bounce – F42 occasion.
After three days, Deepa Malik won silver in ladies' shot put – F53 occasion to end up the primary female from India to win a Paralympic decoration. What's more, Devendra Jhajharia softened his own particular world record up men's lance toss – F46 to win India's second gold in Rio, which was additionally his second gold award in the wake of winning one in 2004 Athens Paralympics.