India's Virender has finished in 9th place.
Mohammad Khalvandi (Iran) - 46.12 Gold
Abdollah Heidar (Iran) - 43.77 Silver
Hung Ngoc Cao (Vietnam) - 43.27 Bronze
It is all over here and the medalists have been decided.
NOPE!!! Batista will have to be content with 5th place.
Let's see if the home shooter can win his country a medal.
Batista has already set a World Record in his T56 category.
Claudiney dos santos Batista up next. Can the Brazilian climb up two places to reach a medal spot?
The top three at the moment have thrown their complete sets.
That is just phenomenal from Khalvandi. Another World Record throw from the Iranian. He throws 46.12 this time and sets a new World Record. Does not look he will be challenged.
One more throw remaining.
This is phenomenal from Khalvandi. He has thrown 45.85. That is two WR throws on one night.
HE IMPROVES HIS WORLD RECORD THROW and SETS A NEW ONE
Mohammad Khalvandi is up next and his gold medal does not seem to be under threat.
No he cannot. Cao remains in bronze medal position.
Last throw coming up for Cao. Can he cross 43.27?
He betters his previous throw in first two attempts but still cant cross 43.77
Hung Ngoc Cao is the next athlete in line and he currently sits in a bronze medal position. Should he throw more than 43.77, the Vietnamese could move to a silver medal spot.
Nobre remains on 4th after his best remains 42.90. Great show but no medal for the Brazilian.
Next attempt gone. Still cannot cross 42.90
First attempt gone and he has not crossed 42.90.
He managed a best of 42.90 in his first set of attempts.
Cicero Nobre in fourth place is next and he will need to throw more than 43 meters to guarantee a medal.
Sakchai Yimbanchang throws 42.0 and climbs to sixth place. He will also end up without a medal.
Sakchai Yimbanchang is next and his current position is 7th.
Heidari is unable to pass 45.63 and he remains in second place.