Paralympics Rio’s bronze medalist Mann’s acceleration was not enough – he reeled fifth in the Tokyo final

Manni was 0.18 seconds behind the bronze medal. At the best of the season, he would have taken the medal.

Track winder Henry Manni was ranked fiveth in the Tokyo Paralympic Men’s T34 100m track final. His time was 15.84. Manni was in the finals defending the Rio Summer Paralympic bronze.

“The best of the season would have become a medal,” Manni said For broadcasting.

The best time of the Mann season is 15.58. He estimates that the acceleration was not as good as would have been needed in the final.

Olympic gold defeated Tunisia Walid Ktila, which in time broke the 15.01 Paralympic record. Ktila has been the first in the world statistics for the season and was also a pre-favorite in the Paralympic final.

The track record T34 class 100-meter, two-year-old world record is also in the name of a Tunisian. At that time, Ktila was reeling in 14.46.

Second place went to Australia Rheed McCracken at 15.37, bronze was seized by the United Arab Emirates Mohamed Alhammadi with a time of 15.66, and fourth coiled in China Wang Yang.



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