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Prachi Yadav Finishes Last In 200m Canoe VL2 Final At Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

Prachi finished the race in 1:07.329s to settle for the last place

Prachi Yadav Finishes Last In 200m Canoe VL2 Final At Tokyo 2020 Paralympics
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India's Prachi Yadav failed to finish at the podium, ending her campaign at a disappointing eighth and last in the women's Va'a single 200m VL2 canoe sprint final at the Tokyo Paralympics on Friday. Blog | Medal Tally | News

Prachi finished the race in 1:07.329s to settle for the last place.

Great Britain's Emma Wiggs won the gold with a personal best timing of 57.028s, while Susan Seipel, who won a bronze in Rio, bagged the silver clocking 1:01.481s and Great Britain's Jeanette Chippington clinched the bronze in 1:02.149s.

Prachi had earlier qualified for the final by finishing third in the semifinal with a timing of 1:07.397s.

Prachi was a champion para-swimmer for India before taking up para canoe on the advise of her her coach.

In KL2/VL2 class only those athletes who can propel themselves with their arms and trunk can compete.

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