It was 23:10 pm Brasília time on Saturday (28th) and 11:10 am in Japan when the start of the final rowing event in the Single Skiff PR1 category of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, in which the para-athlete Renê Pereira Campos represented Brazil. After just over 10 minutes of competition, the Bahian won bronze, with third place!
This is the second Paralympics for Renê Pereira Campos, the country's biggest record holder for titles in sport, world runner-up and Brazilian five-time champion. He participated in the Paralympic Games in the edition of Rio de Janeiro, in 2016, when he won the 4th position in the final.
Renê Pereira Campos graduated in Medicine by Escola Bahiana de Medicina e Saúde Pública, an institution that supports him in his career as a professional athlete.
Renê Pereira displays the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics mascot on the podium
The parathlete supported by Bahiana has great chances of medal in the Paralympic games that start on August 23rd.
Renê Pereira qualified on the first day of the competition after winning in his category.