Zare wins gold in 100m: Hangzhou 2022


HANGZHOU, China – Alireza Zare from Iran won a gold medal in the 2022 Asian Para Games on Thursday.

He finished the first with a time of 12.74 seconds in Men’s 100m-T35 Final.

Iraqi athlete Idrees Al-Zaidi won the silver, clocking 13.19 seconds and Indian Narayan Thakur claimed the bronze medal with a time of 14.37 seconds.

Zare had won a gold in the Men’s 200m-T35 Final on Wednesday.

A total of 128 male athletes represent Iran in 16 events and 82 female athletes compete in 11 events.

Iran finished in third place in the 2018 Asian Para Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Iran’s slogan in the 2022 Asian Para Games is “Faith, Iran, Honor” and the name of the delegation is “Children of Iran”.

Hangzhou 2022 takes place from Oct. 22 to 28. An estimated 3,000 athletes compete across 22 sports.

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