Sheryl James ensured South Africa’s medal tally kept ticking over when she powered her way to a bronze medal in the final of the women’s 400m (T37) at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
— Team South Africa (@TeamSA2020) August 31, 2021
Running a Personal Best of 1:03:82, James shared her excitement after her podium finish: “It’s an honour to compete against some of the best runners in the world, and I had great fun out there.”
On Thursday, 2 September, James competed in the 100m T37 final, finishing fifth with a time of 13:67sec.
Sheryl James finished 5th in the Women’s 100m T37 final with a time of 13:67sec.
— Team South Africa (@TeamSA2020) September 2, 2021
Photo 1 Caption: South African para-athlete, Sheryl James powered her way to a bronze medal in the final of the women’s 400m (T37). Photo: Team South Africa (Twitter)