Paralympics debutant Laberer secures canoe

Kanu Sprinterin Felicia Laberer has fought the bronze medal over 200 meters at the Paralympics in Tokyo. The 20-year-old Berliner came to the finish on Saturday on the Sea Forest Waterway in 51.868 seconds and fetched a medal at her first Paralympics. Laberer pushed out a loud yes at the target passage and was happy about precious metal. Gold brought Britin Laura Sugar to Nelia Barbosa (France).

It will go off neat.

Felicia Laberer

To be here, Ulgreil was. But that’s the coronation, said Laberer, who was only changed from swimming to the canoe in 2018. I wanted a medal very much. But I did not really believe it. Since Edina Müller had previously brought gold and Tom Kierey on Saturday’s birthday, Laberer announced a big celebration: We are the party unit anyway here. Therefore, it will go down properly.

Maybe the celebration will also comfort Anja Adler, who was sad to her fourth place. After the semi-final victory, she already started a bit of dreaming, said the 32-year-old indoor serene: I then drove the best race of the season. That it is only four place, is a pity. But with a bit of distance Maybe the joy is outweighed. In Paris 2024, she will definitely start the start: I have a bill open now.

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