Antonella Chouhal chalked up another international medal after placing third at the World Masters Championships in Tampere, Finland last weekend.
The veteran athlete was in action in the weight throw discipline and managed a best throw of 13.83 metres, which was a new personal best and a new national record.
Her effort placed Chouhal third overall in the standings.
Koro Kirsi, of Finland, took the gold medal when she managed 15.09 metres.
Mexico’s Violeta Guzman took the silver medal with a best effort of 13.97.
For Chouhal her effort in Tampere was a significant improvement on her previous best which stood at 13.34 and was achieved at the European Veterans Championships that was held in Braga earlier this year.
Added to that it was the second international medal this year as at the Braga Championships, Chouhal had won the silver medal.
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