Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Wrap Up
We at Landers Toyota of Northwest Arkansas in Rogers are so proud of the U.S. Team Toyota athletes and their unparalleled sportsmanship at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The determination of the U.S. The Paralympic Team was solid and made their sport dreams a reality pushing themselves to do their very best. Landers Toyota NWA would like to share some highlights where history was made by the astonishing performances of U.S. Team Toyota athletes at the Paralympic Games.
JESSICA LONG: The 29-year-old Paralympian from Maryland was recognized as the most decorated active Paralympian in the world and the second-most decorated U.S. Paralympian in history. Long won a total of three gold, two silver, and one bronze medals – including her fourth consecutive gold medal in the women’s 200m Individual Medley SM8.
BRAD SNYDER: Paralympian Brad Snyder made history by not only becoming the first U.S. male to win a Paralympic or Olympic medal in an individual event in the triathlon but also the first male Paralympic gold medalist in the visually impaired category. Snyder won the men’s Paratriathlon PTVI race.
STEVE SERIO: Serio is a four-time Paralympian from Westbury, NY. He won his third career Paralympic medal, winning gold in men’s wheelchair basketball as part of Team USA at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. As co-captain, Serio led Team USA to a 64-60 victory over Japan.
OKSANA MASTERS: Thirty-two-year-old Oksana Masters won gold in Tokyo in both the women’s cycling timed trial H4-5 event and women’s cycling road race H5 event, making her the fourth woman and sixth American to become a gold medalist in both the Winter and Summer Paralympics.
Way to go, U.S. Paralympic Team! We’re so proud that these athletes are part of the Toyota Family. Come be a part of our family and visit us at Landers Toyota of Northwest Arkansas in Rogers. We are here to assist you with friendly customer service when you’re ready to invest your hard earned money in a quality Toyota.