India's Amit Kumar Saroha clinched a silver in men's club throw F51 competition in World Para Athletics Championships here today.
Saroha's best throw of 30.25m, which came in his third attempt, fetched him a silver medal. In the process, the para-athlete from Haryana set a new Asian record in this event.
Serbia's Zeljko Dimitrijevic retained his title with a world record throw of 31.99m.
Another Indian, Dharambir finished 10th with his best throw of 22.34m.
The 32-year-old Saroha had also won a silver in this event in the last edition of the biennial championships in Doha in 2015. He also had won a gold medal in this event in the 2014 Incheon Asian Para Games.
Earlier, Sundar Singh Gurjar had won a gold in men's javelin throw F46 on July 14.
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