Photo: Razi Livnat
Itzhak Mamistvalov
Photo: Razi Livnat
Disabled Israeli swimmer breaks world record
Itzhak Mamistvalov takes first place in 100-meter heat, stopping clocks at 1:03.80 minutes. During competition, he claims two more gold medals.

Swimmer Itzhak Mamistvalov, an athlete at the Israel Sports Center for the Disabled and member of the Paralympics squad has set a new world record in the 50-meter freestyle at the Denmark Open swimming tournament for the disabled.



Mamistvalov, who competed in the S1 category, the class for swimmers with the most severe disabilities, and is trained by Noah Ram, clocked 1:03.80 minutes, an improvement of 13 hundredths of a second on the previous record.


Itzhak Mamistvalov sets new world record (Archive Photo: Razi Barkat) (Archive Photo: Razi Livnat)
Itzhak Mamistvalov sets new world record (Archive Photo: Razi Barkat)


During the competitions, in which some 200 swimmers from 15 countries took part, Mamistvalov added two more gold medals to his career medal count, when he won the 100-meter heat with a time of 2:21.57 minutes, and the 200-meter heat with a time of 5:18.7 minutes.


פרסום ראשון: 03.11.14, 00:06
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