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Canada’s Gingras captures bronze in men’s T38 400m final at Paralympics

Canada’s Gingras captures bronze in men’s T38 400m final at Paralympics

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Canada’s Zachary Gingras has captured his first Paralympic medal.

Gingras ran a personal-best time of 50.85 seconds to win bronze in Tuesday’s men’s T38 400-metre final at the Tokyo Games.

Gingras, who lives with cerebral palsy, came third behind Mexico’s Jose Rodolfo Chessani Garcia (49.99 seconds) and Tunisia’s Mohamed Farhat Chida (50.33 seconds).

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The 20-year-old from Markham, Ont., finished second in his T38 400-metre heat with a time of 51.81 seconds to book a spot in the final.



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