Kumar, received a bronze within the T-42 excessive leap occasion within the Tokyo Paralympics on August 31.
Paralympics bronze-medallist excessive jumper Sharad Kumar has been admitted to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after experiencing chest congestion however he’s “feeling better” now.
Kumar, who received a bronze within the T-42 excessive leap occasion within the Tokyo Paralympics on August 31, is awaiting his check reviews after he was admitted to the celebrated medical facility 4 days again.
“I have been here for four days after feeling chest congestion. I am feeling better now,” Kumar informed PTI.
“Everyday, there is a test and the doctors are going to tell (what is future course of action) in a day or two,” he added.
The 29-year-old Patna-born athlete, whose left leg was paralysed after he was administered a spurious polio vaccine as a toddler, had competed within the T-42 ultimate regardless of struggling a knee damage whereas coaching earlier than his occasion. He later stated he was on the verge of pulling out of the competitors. He jumped 1.83m to win the bronze.
“I had my meniscus dislocated (during training). I cried whole night and thought of pulling out of the event. I spoke to my family back home and my father asked me to read Bhagavad Gita and focus on what I can do and not on what I have no control over,” he had stated then.
Kumar is a double Asian Para Games (2014 and 2018) excessive leap champion and world silver medallist (2019).
The T-42 classification is for athletes with a leg deficiency, leg size distinction, impaired muscle energy or impaired passive vary of motion within the legs. The athletes compete in a standing place.