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Tokyo Paralympics: Mangliwan sets personal best, misses podium

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 08:33 PM August 29, 2021
Mangliwan gets disqualified in men’s 400m final

FILE – Wheelchair racer Jerrold Mangliwan. Photo from the Philippine Paralympic Committee

MANILA, Philippines—Jerrold Mangliwan missed out on the podium but set a personal best in the men’s 1,500-meter final of the Tokyo Paralympic Games Sunday at the Olympic Stadium.

Clocking 3:58.24, Mangliwan finished sixth and in the process set his personal mark in the event.

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Japan’s Sato Tomoki captured not only the gold medal but also shattered the Paralympic record with a time of 3:29.13, beating the previous mark of 3:40.63 that Raymond Martin set in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Martin captured silver in Tokyo clocking in at 3:29.72 which is his personal best and a new Americas record.

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Japan’s Ueyonabaru Hirokazu settled for the bronze with a personal best time of 3:44.17.

Thomas Geierspichler of Austria came in at fourth registering 3:54.77 while Leonard De Jesus Perez Juarez of Mexico was at fifth with a time of 3:54.82.

The United States’ Isaiah Rigo was in seventh at 3:59.42.

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