That is it, India's campaign at the 2016 Rio Paralympics ends with no medals from Virender or Karam Jyoti. However, 4 medals out of a contingent of 19 is an amazing achievement. Thank you for joining us and keep following Sportskeeda for all the sporting action from around the world.
Medalists for Men's Shot Put:Gold - Guoshan Wu (China) - 14.42 Silver - Janusz Rokicki (Poland) - 14.26Bronze - Javid Ehsani (Iran) - 14.13
Virender will not be winning a medal.
It is over!!!! Virender finishes with a best of 11.62 in his six attempts.
11.62 with one attempt left.
He has a tall order and needs to throw more than 14.13.
Virender is up next with his second set of three attempts.
World record holder Janusz stays in silver medal position after finishing six attempts.
Javid Ehsani throws a Personal Best of 14.13 to jump into third place.
Paulino Santos, who was looking in contention for a medal in the beginning, will finish empty handed.
Top three after three attempts:1. Guoshan Wu (China) - 14.422. Janusz Rokicki (Poland) - 14.263. Michael Wishina (USA) - 13.92
Things do not look good for Virender and he would need to produce some magic to win a medal.
First set of three attempts completed, Virender is in eighth place now.
Just one athlete left to complete his set of first three attempts.
Virender has now slipped to 7th place and the chances of a medal look bleak.
Virender has now slipped to 6th place.
Top 3 at the moment:1. Janusz Rokicki (Poland) - 14.262. Paulino Santos (Brazil) - 13.923. Mohamad (Syria) - 13.91
Mohamad Mohamad from Syria gets a best of 13.91 in his set of three attempts.
There are four athletes left to throw.
He finishes his three attempts with a best of 11.39. Virender is in fourth position.
Virender fouls in his first attempt.
Time for our very own Virender with his set of three attempts.
Rokicki has climbed into gold medal position with a best of 14.26 in his three attempts.
And he shows why he is the champion. Throws 14.21 in his second attempt.
World Record Holder Janusz Rokicki is up next.