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Another bronze medal for Team SA in London
- Updated: September 4, 2012
By Mark Etheridge
Shot putter Michael Louwrens celebrated his fifth Paralympic Games with a bronze medal in London on Tuesday.
Competing in the F57/58 shot, the Port Elizabeth strongman ended with a best throw of 13.54 metres. The medal throw came with his third attempt.
His other attempts were measured at 13.26, 13.23 and 12.86 with two no-throws.
Winner was Russia’s Alexey Ashapatov (16.20) from Poland’s Janusz Rokicki (15:68.
Louwrens, whose first Paralympics were way back in 1996 (Atlanta) has now boosted Team South Africa’s medal tally here to 13 medals ÔÇô two gold, five silver and now six bronze.
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