Tarun Dhillon and Sukant Kadam clinched gold and silver respectively in SL4 class, whereas Tokyo Paralympic champion Pramod Bhagat bagged two bronze in SL3 because the Indian group secured 28 medals on the Brazil Para-Badminton Worldwide in Sao Paulo.
In complete, the Indian para-badminton squad clinched 8 gold, 7 silver and 13 bronze to log out a creditable marketing campaign on Sunday.
Within the SL4 class, world No. 3 Kadam defeated Germany’s Marcel Adam 21-19 21-13 however he went all the way down to fellow Indian Tarun within the last.
Each Tarun and Kadam fought until the tip but it surely was the previous who emerged victorious ultimately, claiming a 21-17 20-22 21-18 win to seize the yellow steel.
Kadam stated: “I’m upset by the consequence somewhat as I had given my all the pieces within the recreation. I feel Tarun performed very well and held nerves at essential factors. Each event I’m enjoying, my recreation is enhancing and I’m proud of the progress.”
World No. 1 Bhagat additionally went all the way down to compatriot Kumar Nitesh 7-21 21-19 19-21 in a carefully fought 50-minute match.
Nitesh went on to win the gold, defeating Japan’s Daisuke Fujihara with a scoreline of 21-15 18-21 21-18.
Within the blended doubles, Pramod and Palak Kohli went down preventing to Japan’s Daisuke Fujihara and Akiko Sugino in three units.
Other than Nitesh and Tarun, Parul Parmar (SL3), Jyoti Verma (SL4), Manisha Ramdas (SU5), Hardik Makkar-Ruthik Raghupathi (SU5), Arwaz Ansari-Deep Ranjan Bisoyee (SL3-SL4) and Manisha Ramdas-Mandeep Kaur (SL3-SU5) additionally received gold medals on the event.
Prem Kumar Ale (WH1), Mandeep Kaur (SL3), Nithya Sre (SH6), Palak Kohli-Parul Parmar (SL3-SU5), Chirag Baretha-Mandeep Kaur (SL3-SU5) and Tarun Dhillon-Nitesh Kumar (SL3-SL4) additionally returned with silver medals.
Amongst bronze winners, Manoj Sarkar (SL3), Nilesh Gaikwad (SL4), Dhingaram (SH6), Ammu Mohan (WH2), Manoj Sarkar-Vikram Kumar (SL3-SL4), Chirag Baretha-Nilesh Gaikwad (SU5), Prem Kumar Ale-Abu Hubaida (WH1-WH2), Shashank Kumar-Ammu Mohan (WH1-WH2), Ammu Mohan (WH1-WH2), Arati Patil (SL3-SU5) and Nithya Sre-Latatai Umrekar (SH6) and Pramod Bhagat-Palak Kohli (SL3-SU5) have been the distinguished names.