IP- In a remarkable display of power and precision, Iran's Yasin Khosravi has secured the gold medal in the Men's Shot Put F57 Final at the 2024 World Para Athletics Championships in Kobe, Japan.

Khosravi's impressive throw of 15.83 meters was enough to clinch the top spot on the podium, showcasing his exceptional skill and determination. This victory adds to Iran's growing tally of medals at the prestigious event.

Brazilian and Finnish Athletes Claim Silver and bronze. Brazil's Thiago Paulino dos Santos claimed the silver medal with a throw of 15.08 meters, while Finland's Teijo Koopikka took the bronze with a distance of 14.74 meters.

Iran's Continued Dominance in Para Athletics

Khosravi's gold medal performance follows the earlier successes of Iranian athletes at the Kobe 2024 Para Athletics World Championships. Shot putter Amir Hossein Alipour, runner Hajar Safarzadeh, and javelin thrower Saeid Afrooz have all secured gold medals for Iran, further cementing the country's status as a powerhouse in the world of para athletics.

Kobe 2024: A Crucial Qualifier for Paris 2024

The Kobe 2024 Para Athletics World Championships is a crucial qualifier for the upcoming Paris 2024 Paralympic Games. Held in East Asia for the first time, the event has attracted over 1,000 athletes from 100 countries and regions, competing in 168 events. This championship serves as a vital stepping stone for the world's best para-athletes as they prepare to showcase their skills on the global stage in Paris.

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