アンドリュー・スモールがT33100m決勝で英国の金メダルを獲得

アンドリュー・スモールがT33100m決勝で英国の金メダルを獲得
Small powered to victory in a time of 17.73.

Wheelchair racer Andrew Small grabbed Paralympic gold for グレートブリテン after blitzing his rivals in the men’s T33 100m final.

Small powered to victory in a time of 17.73 seconds on day six of the Games after flying out of the blocks at the National Stadium in Tokyo.

The blistering start proved crucial as defending champion Ahmad Almutairi of クウェート threatened to snatch victory by closing the sizeable gap, 10分の1秒遅れてラインを越えるだけです.

Small’s success was an upgrade on the bronze he won behind Almutairi at Rio 2016, with third place on the podium on this occasion going to his GB team-mate Harri Jenkins in a season’s best 18.55secs.

“I entered the race, I don’t ever expect outcomes, I just go and do it and see what happens and hey ho this is where we got,” the 28-year-old told チャネル 4.

“I normally have a ガーフィールド brought to me where ‘I hate Mondays’, so I may have to change that now.”

Victory for Small brought ParalympicsGB’s 25th gold of the Games.

別のブリトン, ジェームズフリーマン, 19.69秒で5人のレーサーの4番目に終わった.

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