Qatar’s Abdulqadir Abdulrahman won a silver medal in the Men’s Shotput F34 event at the Summer Paralympic Games, which is being held in Rio de Janeiro currently.
Abdulrahman threw 11.15 metres to win the prestigious second spot on the podium. The gold went to Morocco’s Azeddine Nouiri who threw 11.28. In third place was Colombia’s Mauricio Valencia who managed 11.10 metres.
Abdulrahman is one of the three athletes representing Qatar at this edition of the Paralympic Games. The other two are Mohammed Rashid al-Kubaisi (Men’s wheelchairs event 100m) and Sarah Hamady Masoud (women’s shot put).
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