The ever-impressive South African para-athlete Simoné Kruger has achieved a groundbreaking milestone by setting a new the African record for the F38 class in Discus at Pilditch in Pretoria, on Saturday 20 May, 2023.
Demonstrating her exceptional skills, Kruger overtook the previous record of 34.74 by an impressive margin of over a meter and a half, propelling the discus to an extraordinary distance of 36.38 meters.
This remarkable accomplishment has earned Kruger a well-deserved total of 1004 World Para Athletics Raza points, and this performance not only solidifies her place in the record books but also showcases her dedication and unwavering determination.
With her sights set on the upcoming World Championships in France this July, Kruger’s exceptional form serves as a testament to her potential, and as the anticipation grows for the World Championships, Kruger’s outstanding achievement paves the way for further success.
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File Photo: The ever-impressive South African para-athlete Simoné Kruger has set a new the African record for the F38 class in Discus at Pilditch in Pretoria on Saturday 20 May, 2023. Photo: (c) 2022 Reinhardt Hamman Courtesy Andries Kruger