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Paralympics update: Feng wins gold again

09-03-2012 11:16 BJT Special Report:2012 Paralympic Games |

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Day four of action at the London 2012 Paralympic Games is underway with another day of medals piling up.

Feng beats Kesler in table tennis class 3

In table tennis, Feng Panfeng, was looking for back to back victories after gold in Beijing, he beat Serbia’s Zlatko Kesler, 3-nil, for gold.

Kelly Cartwright wins women's long jump F42/44

Also good news for team Australia, Kelly Cartwright won gold in the women’s long jump setting a new world record. Great Britain’s Stef Reid set a new paralympic record to grab silver while Marie-Amelie le Fur of France claimed bronze.

Mariia Pomazan wins women's shot put F35/36

Mariia Pomazan from Ukraine secured the gold in women’s shot put beating China’s Wang Jun andWu Qing who took silver and bronze.

Edith Wolf triumphs in women's 5000m T54

Moving to the track, in the women’s 5000m, Switzerland’s Edith Wolf claimed the title in 12 minutes 27.87 seconds. American Shirley Reilly took silver just 0.04 seconds behind. Bronze went to Australia’s Christie Dawes.

Editor:Qin Xue |Source: CCTV.com

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