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Amit Kumar and Dharambir Live Score, Rio Paralympics 2016 India Athletics, Men's Club Throw Final Live Updates Online

Updated: 16 September 2016 21:45 IST - Published: 16 September 2016 17:52 IST
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Amit Kumar came really close to winning a medal and it is heartbreaking. 

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He has thrown 26.82 to deny Amit Kumar a medal. 

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! Marian Kureja has done it. 

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Marian Kureja from Slovakia is the only person standing between Amit Kumar and a medal. 

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It is the turn of Dimitrijevic now. The Serbian is on fire and i think he has sealed the gold medal here. 

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Beles cannot do it, he is out of contention for a medal. Finishes with a best of 26.53 in six attempts. 

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26.53 from Beles. 

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Marian Kureja has a personal best of 26.97 meters.

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This is it friends, if Radim Beles cannot throw more than 26.63, it is a bronze medal for India. 

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Milos Mitic is in silver medal position at the moment. 

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Four attempts done for Milos Mitic.

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Milos Mitic is in silver medal position at the moment. Can he jump to gold?

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Milos Mitic up for his final set of throws.

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Is this not exciting? The only man who can stop Amit Kumar from getting a medal? Radim Beles. 

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India is nearing to a medal once again folks.!!!!

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Jan Vanek is next up. He has completed second set of attempts and is sixth at the moment.

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One thing is confirmed at the moment, Amit Kumar can win a maximum of bronze. 

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Amit completes his set of six attempts with a best of 26.63.

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This is it, Amit Kumar is currently in the bronze medal position and there will be a lot of pressure on him, given that  Radim Beles is right on his heels. 

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Amit Kumar to begin his second set of attempts. 

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Not so good from Dharambir as he has a best of 21.39 from his set of three attempts.

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Dharambir's second attempt is a foul. 

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He throws 21.39 in his first attempt. 

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Dharambir will be up next. He needs to surpass Amit Kumar to get into a medal position and that seems tough.