The Chaco swimmer, Daniela Giménez, Argentine representative in the Paralympic Games in Tokyo, debuted this Wednesday with a time of 1: 18.88, finishing second in her series of 100 meters breaststroke SB9.
Thus, she finished third in the general table and got into the final, where she fought for a medal and secured her diploma.
Then, this Thursday, Daniela competed in the grand final at 6:44 (Argentine time), where she achieved a historic performance in the final of the 100 meters SB9.
Giménez achieved fourth place where he posted a time of 1:18:70, just two hundredths of his best mark. Thus, he was just one second and 11 hundredths away from the bronze medal.
Daniela, in her first three Games (Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016), had also reached the final of this same competition and had always finished in seventh place.
Now he climbed to fourth place, stroked the medal, and earned the highest Paralympic diploma of his career.