Ukraine wins 11 medals during third day of Paralympics
5 gold among those 11
On the third day of competition of the Paralympic Games Ukraine has won 11 medals, including 5 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze medals. This was reported in the press service of NPC Ukraine on Facebook.
In particular, Solovyova Lydia (weightlifting, 50 kg, 107 kg of PR), Dementyev Yegor (cycling track, 4: 37.708), Mereshko Elizabeth (swimming 50m freestyle, 33.43 PR), Vinogradets Dmitry (swimming in 50 m backstroke, 44.94 ER), Kripak Maxim (swimming 100 m backstroke, 57.24 WR) brought gold to Ukraine.
Silver medals were won by Mysnik Anastasia (shot put, 13.24 PB), Nazarenko Alexander (judo, 90 kg), Savtsova Victoriya (swimming 50m freestyle, 33.68), Denisenko Jaroslav (swimming 200m ILC, 2: 08.76).
The owners of bronze medals are Chufarov Daniel (swimming 200m ILC, 2: 11.12 PR) and Dubrov Denis (swimming 100 m backstroke, 59.37).
The Ukrainian national team now has 37 medals: 12 gold, 10 silver and 15 bronze. It ranks second in the medal standings, giving a way only to China.
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