The 18-year-old Parathiti crossed the finish line in a time of 12 seconds (12.55).
Ecuadorean Chiara Rodriguez added a new Paralympic diploma on Tuesday morning to the Ecuadorean delegation, which continues to record its best participation in the current Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The 18-year-old Parathiti crossed the finish line in a time of 12 seconds (12.55).
With a time of 12.55 seconds, athlete Chiara Rodriguez finished sixth in the 100 meters flat in Tweet embed, adding a new Paralympic diploma for Ecuador.
The three colors will compete on September 2nd in the long jump. 🇪🇨💪#EcuadorHasHincas pic.twitter.com/pl00q2PonU
– Ministry of Sports of Ecuador (DeporteEc) August 31, 2021
The final test took place around 05:00 in Ecuador. In the qualifying round was placed in the heat 2 and qualified for the final after reaching seventh place with a time of 12 seconds (12.60).
Rodríguez falls into category T46, which corresponds to athletes with arm disabilities who compete in a standing position.
The tricolor will compete in the long jump on September 2, a specialty that is his forte.
In this edition of the Paralympics, Ecuador takes home two medals in its history, won by the Mendes sisters; The two diplomas awarded by Darwin Castro were joined by Rodriguez from Guayaquil. (Dr)
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