2016 Rio Olympics gold medalist Paul Kehinde has set a new personal target ahead of next summer’s Paralympic championship in Tokyo, Japan.
Kehinde won Gold in the seniors 65kg category and remains the world breaking record in his class.
Speaking to brila.net at the International conference center in Abuja, kehinde vowed to set a new world record that will be difficult for any athlete to usurp in the next 50 years.
”My target ahead of the Olympics is to go as usual to do my thing and supercede the previous record.
The Para Powerlifting World Cup holding in Nigeria will serve as qualifiers for the Olympics in Tokyo.
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