Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Three Review

Another couple of medals have been added to the Australian Paralympic medal tally thanks to Alistair Donohoe (silver) in the men's C5 4000m individual pursuit and Isis Holt (silver) in the women's T35 100m sprint. 

Image: Isis Holt wins silver with a new PB in the T35 100m Final, Credit: Paralympics Australia 

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WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL
Australia V Algeria (Tristan Knowles, Jeremy Tyndall) 
WIN 83 - 37

ATHLETICS
Women's T35 100m Heat 2 (Isis Holt) 
13.49sec | QUALIFIED FOR FINAL 
Men's T52 400m Heat 2 (Sam McIntosh) 
1:07.97 | 5TH HEAT (DIDN'T PROGRESS)
Women's T35 100m Final (Isis Holt)** 
13.13sec | SILVER

CYCLING
Men's C5 4000m Individual Pursuit (Alistair Donohoe) 
4:20.813 | QUALIFIED FOR GOLD RACE
Men's C5 4000m Individual Pursuit Final (Alistair Donohoe)** 
4:24.095 | SILVER
ROWING
PR3 Mixed Coxed Four Heat 1 (Al Viney) 
7:30.72 | 2ND HEAT (QUALIFIED FOR REPECHAGE)

WHEELCHAIR RUGBY 
Australia V Japan (Shae Graham, Andrew Harrison, Josh Hose, Jason Lees, Ben Fawcett, Jayden Warn)  
LOSE 53 - 57 

TABLE TENNIS
Women's Singles Class 10 (Qian Yang) 
WIN 3 - 0 
Men's Singles Class 9 Quarter Final (Lin Ma) 
WIN 3 - 0  

EQUESTRIAN
Grade III Dressage (Emma Booth) 
70.059 | 8TH 
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