Israeli swimmers win 2 more gold medals at Paralympics – The Times of Israel

Israeli swimmers at the Tokyo Paralympics win two more gold medals, bringing the Jewish state’s total cache from the tournament to nine.
Iyad Shalabi wins gold, his second in this year’s games, in the 50m backstroke.
Ami Dadaon picks up gold in the 50m freestyle and breaks a Paralympics record. This is his second gold medal and third medal this year.
Israel has thus far won six gold medals, two silvers and a bronze in the Tokyo Paralympics.
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