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Asia Para Games: Mehran Hosseini bags gold

 INCHEON, South Korea (Tasnim) – Iran’s Mehran Hosseini finished in the first place at the Men’s Discus Throw – F35/36 in the 2014 Asia Para Games on Thursday.

Hosseini won the gold with a throw of 40.14 meters.

Mohammed Saeed Sultan Obaid Al Kaabi from UAE came second with 36.34 meters.

Iraqi Murtadha Ali Ahmed Al Bayati claimed the bronze medal with 37.77 meters.

The medal grabbed by Hosseini, brings to 21 the number of gold medals won by the Iranian athletes in the games so far.

Vahid Keshtkar claimed a gold medal in the men’s 400 m freestyle S13.

Erfan Hosseini won the gold medal in the men’s javelin throw F12–13.

Sareh Javanmardi earned the gold medal in the Mixed 50 meter pistol SH1.

Discus thrower Alireza Mokhtari clinched a gold medal in the men’s F51/52/53.

Peyman Nasiri won the gold medal of the Men’s 1,500m T20 final.

Sareh Javanmardi claimed a gold medal in the Women’s P2-10m Air Pistol-SH1.

Mohammad Alvanpour clinched a gold medal in the Men’s Javelin Throw – F55/56.

Powerlifter Amir Jafari Arangah seized the gold medal in the Men’s -59kg.

Mahnaz Amini claimed a gold medal in the Women’s Shot Put – F57.

Younes Seifipour won a gold medal in the Men’s Shot Put – F32.

Alireza Mokhtari clinched a gold medal in the Shot Put – F53/54.

Mahnaz Amini grabbed a gold medal in the Women’s Javelin Throw – F57.

Danial Souraniyan won a gold medal in the Men’s Shot Put – F35/36.

Sadegh Beit Sayah claimed a gold medal in the Men’s Discus Throw – F41.

Iran’s football 5-a-side won the title of the 2014 Asia Para Games.

Mohammadali Malekpour earned the gold medal in the Men’s Discus Throw – F54/55.

Sajad Mohammadian seized a gold medal in the Men’s Shot Put – F42.

Mohammad Khalvandi bagged a gold medal in the Men’s Javelin Throw – F57.

Powerlifter Hamed Solhipour seized a gold medal in the Men’s -88kg.

The 2014 Asian Para Games started on October 18 in Incheon, South Korea and will last until 24. The games feature around 5,000 athletes competing across 23 sports.

By Tasnim News Agency

 

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