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The Russian National Team won 13 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze medals after two days of competition in the IPC European Para Athletics Championship

03 June 2021
In Bydgoszcz (Poland), from June 1 to 5, the start of the European Para Athletics Championship of the International Paralympic Committee takes place.

More than 650 athletes from 44 countries take part in the competition.

Following the results of two days of competition, the Russian national team won 13 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze medals and leads the intermediate medal standings.

In second place is the Ukrainian team with 9 gold, 6 silver and 4 bronze medals.

In the evening session of the second day, gold medals were won by Evgeny Malykh (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra) in the shot put in the F34 class, Alexandra Moguchaya (Moscow) in the long jump in the T47 class, Alexander Yaremchuk (Arkhangelsk region) in the 1500 meters run in the class T46, Evgeny Shvetsov (St. Petersburg / Republic of Mordovia) in the 100m race in the T36 class and Anton Feoktistov (Astrakhan region) in the 400m race in the T38 class.

Nicole Rodomakina (Samara region) climbed to the second step of the pedestal in long jump in T47 class, Elena Shah from Chelyabinsk region became a silver medalist in discus throw in F11 / F12 class, and Anton Prokhorov (Tyumen region) - in 100 meters class T63.

Moscow athletes Aleksey Bychenok and Margarita Goncharova won bronze medals in the 1500 meters in the T54 class and 100 meters in the T38 class, respectively.

The representative of the Smolensk region Elena Gorlova won the club throwing among athletes of the F51 class, but due to the small number of participants, medals in this discipline were not played.

The Russian Paralympic Committee congratulates the Russian National Para Athletics team on winning 13 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze medals at the end of two days of the IPC European Championship and wishes you success in the upcoming starts!

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