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Swimmer Inbal Pezaro Wins Israel’s 3rd Paralympics Bronze

Israeli Paralympic swimmer Inbal Pezaro (Razi Livnat/Wikipedia)

Israel brings home another medal at the Rio Paralympics thanks to Israeli swimmer Inbal Pezaro who just won a bronze on Wednesday! She finished third in the 200-meter freestyle swim.

The 29-year-old veteran swimmer completed the race in 3:38.20 minutes.

Pezaro, from Kibbutz Yizrael in Israel’s north, became paralyzed in her lower torso in childhood.

On Sunday, Israeli rower Moran Samuel won bronze in the 1000-meter single sculls.

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