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16 May 2022 17:25
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    Kiwi canoe sprinter Scott Martlew has a chance at a medal in the men's 200 metre KL2 at the Tokyo Paralympics, finishing first in his heat

    Kiwi canoe sprinter Scott Martlew has a chance at a medal in the men's 200 metre KL2 at the Tokyo Paralympics, finishing first in his heat


    He has finished sixth in his 200 metre VL3 heat to make those semis.

    Fellow canoe sprinter Corbin Hart is into the semis of the 200 metre KL3.

    Sophie Pascoe has another final tonight, swimming in the women's 100 metre butterfly S9.

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