Paralympics: Japan’s Masaki settles for judo bronze

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09:09 11 Sep 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 10, Kyodo

Defending champion Kento Masaki won judo bronze during a Rio Paralympics on Saturday, bringing Japan’s sum award count to five.

Masaki, 29, competing in a over 100-kilogram multiplication of men’s judo for visually marred athletes, took an ippon win over Hamzeh Nadri from Iran.

Masaki’s query to win bullion for a second uninterrupted Paralympics was put on reason progressing in a day, when he fell to Adiljan Tuledibaev from Uzbekistan. Masaki prisoner bullion during a London 2012 Paralympics.

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