Turkey won three medals, including a gold, on Saturday -- the sixth day of the 2018 Para Athletics European Championships in Germany.
Mehmet Tunç won gold in the men's 200-meters (T11 category) with a time of 24.62 seconds, beating France's Sylvain Bova, who completed the race in 24.77 seconds in Berlin's Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn Sportpark.
On Thursday, Tunç won the silver medal in the men's 400-meters.
In the women's 100-meters (T54 category), Zübeyde Süpürgeci won silver completing the race in 17.16 seconds. Finland's Amanda Kotaja bagged gold with a time of 17.08 seconds.
Öznur Alumur won a silver medal in the women's 400-meters (T11 category) completing the race in 1:06.30. Poland's Joanna Mazur won gold for 1:03.67.
In six days, Turkey has bagged 15 medals including four gold, six silver and five bronze.
The championship which kicked off on Monday will end on Sunday.
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