14-year-old Miyuki Yamada, who won the silver medal in the Tokyo Paralympic Women's 100-meter backswimming motor dysfunction class, reported the results of the tournament to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Hagita and expressed his enthusiasm for the next race.
Miyuki Yamada, who became the first Japanese medalist at this tournament, met with Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Hagita online on the 26th and reported that he had won the silver medal.
On the other hand, Minister Hagiuda said, "Congratulations on winning the medal at the youngest age. I am impressed by the children and the people all over Japan, based on the fact that 14-year-old Yamada became the youngest medalist in the Japanese Paralympic team. I would like to thank you for giving me the courage. "
Then, Yamada introduced that he will face again with the Singaporean player who competed for the top in the 100-meter backstroke in the 50-meter backstroke to be held on the 2nd of next month. I want to do my best. "Keywords: