SA's Ndodomzi Ntutu wins Para T11/T12 final at Commonwealth Games

Gold medallist South Africa's Ndodomzi Ntutu celebrates on the podium during the medal ceremony for the para-men's 100m T11/12 athletics event at the Alexander Stadium, in Birmingham on day seven of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, central England, on August 4, 2022.

JOHANNESBURG - Team South Africa is celebrating another medal at the Commonwealth Games.

It was Para athlete Ndodomzi Ntutu who delivered the latest silverware in Birmingham.

The 36 year old dominated the men's Para 100 metres T11 / T12 final.

This category is for athletes with various forms of visual impairments.

Ntutu clocked 10.83, which was enough to see him finish ahead of Zac Shaw.

The local favourite had to settle for silver.

Namibia's Ananias Shikongo took bronze in the contest.

South Africa are sixth on the medal standings with 21 medals, including seven golds.

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eNCA

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