For the second day in a row, the 24-year-old Costa Rican broke the jousting record
The Costa Rican sprinter Sherman Guity once again set to vibrate Costa Rica with their participation in the Paralympic Games of Tokyo 2020.
This time, four days after taking him to Costa Rica the silver medal in the 100m sprint, today he was proclaimed champion of the 200 test, both medals in the T64 category.
Sherman Guity he won with a time of 21 seconds and 43 hundredths (21.43), setting a new Paralympic record, destroying the previous time, which he imposed yesterday in the semifinals.
The 24-year-old Costa Rican harshly surpassed the German Felix Streng with 21.78 and the American Jarryd Wallace with 22:09, who closed the podium of the competition.
With these two medals, Sherman Guity His legend grows, as he is the first Tico to win a medal in the Paralympic jousts throughout history.
🤩Just historical! 🤩
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– ESPN Costa Rica (@ESPN_CR) September 4, 2021