Bahrain have bagged nine medals at the 13th World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Tunisia.
Bahrain’s athletes claimed two gold, two silver and five bronze medals at the week-long championship, which concluded yesterday.
Mariam Al Humaid clinched the gold medal in the shot put contest (category F46) with 8.64 metres. Her team-mate Fatima Abdulrazzak was another gold medallist in shot put (category F55), achieving 5.13 metres.
Meanwhile, Fatima Ruba Al Omari won two silver medals, in discus throw and shot put. In discus throw she registered 20.68 metres in the F55 category and covered a distance of 6.74 metres in shot put (category F55).
Nassar Al Merssim won the bronze medal in the 800 metre wheelchair race (category T54) clocking 2.07.93.
Zahra Al Kulaib added the second bronze to Bahrain’s medal tally, achieving 19.75 metres in discus throw (category F37).
Elyes Al Yassi clinched the third bronze for Bahrain in the 200 metre race, clocking 23.68 seconds (category T47).
Mohammed Jassim secured another bronze for the country in discus throw (category F55) with 22.34 metres while team-mate Mohammed Al Hammadi went on to clinch the fifth bronze in the 400 metre race (categoryT12), clocking 1.03.42.
More than 350 athletes from over 43 countries took part in the championship.