Iranian Paralympian swimmers have maintained their outstanding performances at the Internationale Deutsche Meisterschaften (IDM) 2016 in Germany, and received 13 more medals to raise the country’s total medal count to 31 at the prestigious event.
Mohammad Reza Rahbari, Mahdi Akbarnejad and Mohammad Mohammadi got a gold medal each in men’s 200-meter individual medley heats at the Schwimm-und Sprunghalle im Europa-Sportpark (SSE) indoor swimming pool in Berlin on Sunday.
Akbarnejad also finished runner-up at the end of men’s 50-meter butterfly contests, and clinched a silver medal.
Additionally, Mohammadi, Morteza Parsapour and Ali Amini landed in the third spot and each pocketed a bronze medal in the men’s 100-meter backstroke, men’s 200-meter individual medley and men’s 50-meter butterfly heats.
On Saturday and the third day of the competitions, Akbarnejad, Mohammadi and Gholamhossein Sahebkar snatched a gold medal in men’s 50-meter freestyle, men’s 400-meter freestyle and men’s 50-meter breaststroke events.
In the men’s 50-meter freestyle section, Amini managed to win a silver medal.
Kazem Siyadati and Shouresh Delpasand were also awarded a bronze medal each in the men’s 50-meter breaststroke section.
The Internationale Deutsche Meisterschaften (IDM) 2016 started in Germany on June 9, and concluded on June 12.
Dozens of Paralympian swimmers from various countries, including Australia, Britain, Germany, Iran, Italy and the United States, took part in the tournament.
By Press TV