The Brazilian Claudia Cicero Sabino guaranteed her presence in the final A of the single skiff class PR1 of the rowing of the Paralympics in Tokyo (Japan), after finishing, last Friday night (27) at Canal Sea Forest, the first heat of the recap of the competition with the 2nd best time.
#Rowing Write down one more final!
Claudia Cicero Sabino, PR1W1x class, crossed the finish line in second place and qualified for the A final.
— Brazilian Paralympic Committee -ブラジルパラリンピック委員会 (@cpboficial) August 28, 2021
The São Paulo native managed a time of 11min25s50, only behind the French Nathalie Benoit (10min56s23), who qualified with her for the medal dispute, along with those classified in the other repechage.
The big decision is scheduled to take place next Saturday (28), from 22:50 (GMT).
Last Thursday (27), Rene Campos Pereira won his qualifying heat of the single skiff of the PR1 class, with a time of 9min57s59, and also guaranteed himself in the final A of his race.
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