Hand-cyclist Lion finished his first 8-kilometer race in the men's individual H1 time trial in a time of 18:45.21 minutes, and his second 8-kilometer race in 17:41.65 minutes, ranking second overall after his Irish competitor Mark Rohan in 35:53.30 minutes.
Lion with silver medal (Photo: Ariel Besor)
Sharpshooter Shaziri reached the finals in the first place position and accumulated 95.4 points in the deciding stages, losing to his Swedish rival Jonas Jakobsson.
Tennis players Weinberg and Gershony beat Japanese pair Shota Kawano and Mitsuteru Moroishi in the quad doubles 6:3, 6:1, winning the bronze medal. The two have also reached the semi-final in the quad singles, where they will compete against each other.
Weinberg and Gershony (Photo: Razi Livnat)
Culture and Sports Minister Limor Livnat congratulated the Paralympic delegation in London for its impressive achievements. "This is dreamlike day for our athletes in London and an excellent day for Israeli sports," she said.
"They are not only talented athletes, but people with a huge heart, mental strength and a great desire to succeed and prove that nothing can stop them. I am proud of them and salute them."
Israeli swimmer Inbal Pezaro won her second bronze medal at the London Paralympics on Saturday after coming in third in the 200-meter freestyle heat, stopping the clocks at 2:56.11 minutes. Swimmer Izhak Mamistvalov claimed his own bronze medal in the 200-meter freestyle heat, in a time of 4:58.53 minutes.
On Thursday, Pezaro took home Israel's first medal at the London Paralympic Games in the 50-meter freestyle heat, timing 37:89 seconds.