Myanmar secures one bronze medal in track & field event at 4th Asian Para Games

Myanmar sports contingent won one bronze medal in the track and field event at the 4th Asian Para Games held in Hangzhou of the People’s Republic of China from 22 to 28 October, according to the Myanmar Paralympic Sports Federation.
At Hanglong Sports Stadium in Hangzhou at 9 am Chinese standard time, Soe Pay of Myanmar bagged a bronze medal in the men’s 200 metres (T64) race. Itani Shunsuke of Japan stood first and Oshima Kengo of Japan, second.
Myanmar men’s volleyball team falls in Group A together with South Korea, Japan and host China. At 2 pm CST, Myanmar lost to host China whereas South Korea beat Japan at Linping Sports Centre Gymnasium.
On today’s standing chart, host China, Iran, Uzbekistan, India, Thailand, Japan, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Indonesia, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Jordan and Chinese (Taipei) swept gold medals.
Athletes from 44 countries are taking part in 22 sports events at the 4th Asian Para Games. Myanmar athletes participate in track & field, swimming and sitting volleyball events. On 24 October, Myanmar swimmers will compete in the 50-m backstroke (S5) (Heat) event and will play against South Korea in the third match of the Group A in volleyball event. — Bala Soe/TTA

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