On day 6 Javelin thrower Sumit Antil's exceptional performance at the men's F64 category got India its second gold medal. The 23-year-old shocked everyone by first breaking and then bettering his own world record. His series read 66.95, 68.08, 65.27, 66.71, 68.55 and foul. 68.55 being his best and the new world record.
There's a great performance and then there's a Sumit Antil performance🤯#IND win their 2⃣nd #Gold medal of the day as he breaks his own WR twice to clinch top spot in Men's Javelin F64 - the best of which was a massive 68.55m throw🌟#Tokyo2020 #Paralympics #ParaAthletics pic.twitter.com/67bE18I0yW— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) August 30, 2021