" Jai Deep's best throw of 38.68m came on his first attempt. However, the 24-year-old Rohtak-born could not improve on that on his next five attempts."
Glasgow, July 28 - Indian para-discus thrower Jai Deep narrowly missed out on the bronze medal finishing fourth in the men's F44/42 final of the Commonwealth Games here Monday.

England's paralympian Dan Greaves won the gold with a throw of 59.21 metres, Welsh Aled Davies came in second with 46.83m to take home silver while Nigerian Richard Okigbazi clinched the bronze with 39.38m.

Jai Deep's best throw of 38.68m came on his first attempt. However, the 24-year-old Rohtak-born could not improve on that on his next five attempts.

His next best came on his fourth attempt when he threw the discus to a distance of 38.22m.


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