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Croatia wins two medals on final day of Paralympic Games in Tokyo

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ZAGREB, 5 Sept (Hina) – Croatia has ended the Paralympic Games in Tokyo with seven medals after winning two on the final day of competition. 

Deni Černi won the bronze medal in the men’s shot put F33 event with a throw of 11.25m on Saturday.

Morocco’s Zakariae Derhem won the gold (11.37m) and Algerian Kamel Kardjena took the silver (11.34m).

 
 
 
 
 
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Also on the last competition day of the Paralympic Games in Tokyo on Saturday, Ivan Mikulić captured a silver in the men’s taekwondo +75kg category, losing to Iranian Asghar Aziziaghdam 10-12 in the final.

 
 
 
 
 
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Croatia won three silvers (taekwondo – Ivan Mikulić, two in discus throw – Velimir Šandor, Ivan Katanušić) and four bronzes (shot put – Deni Černi, 100m backstroke – Dino Sinovčić, long jump -Mikela Ristoski and table tennis – Anđela Mužinić and Helena Dretar Karić).

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