Israeli swimmer Mamistvalov wins bronze at Paralympic Games

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September 1, 2012 23:54

 
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Israeli swimmer Itzhak Mamistvalov won the bronze medal in the 200-meter free style S2 final at the London Paralmympics on Saturday evening.

The Paralympic Games opened on Thursday, and swimmer Inbal Pezaro won bronze in the 50-meter freestyle S5 class final.

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