Simoné Kruger Sets New F38 Discus World Record 

Team South Africa’s Simoné Kruger set a new F38 Discus World Record at the Para Athletics World Championships in Paris on Monday, 17 July 2023. Photo: Screenshot from Team South Africa video

Team South Africa’s Simoné Kruger set a new F38 Discus World Record at the Para Athletics World Championships in Paris on Monday, 17 July 2023.

Her throw of 38.1 metres left spectators in awe and cemented her place in history. Fans from around the world cheered her on, dropping fire emojis in the comments to show their love and admiration for this incredible achievement.

Meanwhile, Sheryl James showcased her speed and determination in the T37 200m. crossing the finish line in a commendable fifth place. Her season-best time of 27.64 seconds was a testament to her hard work and dedication, highlighting her abilities and her commitment to representing her country with pride.

As the final day came to a close, the memories created and records broken by Team South Africa will remain etched in the minds of spectators. The Para Athletics World Championships have provided a platform for para-athletes from around the world to showcase their skills and inspire future generations.

Team South Africa can return home with their heads held high, having proved themselves as a formidable force in the world of para athletics. Their performances throughout the journey of #PARIS23 have displayed their incredible talent, perseverance, and the power of their spirit.

The closing ceremonies will undoubtedly serve as a celebration of these extraordinary accomplishments and a reminder that the power of sport knows no boundaries. Team South Africa’s achievements on the last day of the championships have added the final touch to an unforgettable journey in Paris.

As the athletes bid farewell to the Stade Charlety, their legacy will continue to inspire and pave the way for future generations of para-athletes. Congratulations to Simone Kruger, Sheryl James, and the entire South African team for their exceptional performances and making their mark on the global stage.

Photo 1 Caption: Team South Africa’s Simoné Kruger set a new F38 Discus World Record at the Para Athletics World Championships in Paris on Monday, 17 July 2023. Photo: Screenshot from Team South Africa video 

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