New Zealand Shot putter Lisa Adams has won New Zealand’s second gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Adams set a new Paralympic record in the F37 shot put, beating her rival Mi Na from China with a throw of 15.12 meters.
All of Lisa Adams throws were worthy of winning the gold medal, with her shortest throw being 14.34 metre.
The 30-year-old said that winning a gold was a dream come true and said ‘Its unreal’ in her interview.
Lisa Adams is coached by her sister and two-time Olympic champion, Dame Valerie Adams who won a bronze medal at Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.