18-year-old Praveen Kumar wins silver at Tokyo Paralympics, India’s 11th medal


The performance of Indian athletes in the Tokyo Paralympic Games continues unabated. The big and good news for India came out of the Paralympics on Friday morning. Today, India has won another medal.

India’s Praveen Kumar has won a silver medal in the final of the High Jump T64 event. With this medal, India’s total number of medals has now risen to 11. This is India’s best ever performance in the history of the Paralympic Games.

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From the very beginning of the Tokyo Paralympic Games, Praveen Kumar was considered a medal contender in the High Jump T64 event. Praveen Kumar lived up to all expectations, scoring his best and setting an Asian record. In this event, only the reigning world champion has managed to score better than Praveen Kumar.

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