Paralympics 2012

Sekailwe claims 400m bronze

2012-09-03 20:57
Union Sekailwe (File)
London - South Africa's Union Sekailwe has won a bronze medal in the men's 400m T38 final at the Paralympic games.

Sekailwe finished third in a time of 51.97 seconds, setting a new personal best.

Tunisia's Mohamed Farhat Chida won gold in 50.43, with China's Wenjun Zhou taking silver in 51.56.

Marius Stander, the other South African taking part in the race, finished sixth in 53.62.

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