Special Olympics: Four more silvers for Israel in Shanghai

October 10, 2007 05:36


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Israel's Special Olympians overcame stormy weather in Shanghai to add four silver medals to their tally on Tuesday. Tal Zahavi finished second in the 15 kilometer cycling race, with Ortal Ben-David claimed a silver medal in the bowling competition. Tzahi Bayfus and Meir Avramov ended the table tennis doubles tournament in second place. And Mariana Turbin also clinched a silver medal in table tennis, finishing the singles event in the runners-up position. On Monday, the Israeli delegation claimed six more medals. Kozkov Rosti, Ela Zohar and Sivan Tzur each claimed a gold medal in their respective events.

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