Croatia's long jumper Zoran Talic won a silver medal at the Paralympic Games in London on Tuesday.
Talic finished second after jumping 7.09 metres, three centimetres less than his personal record. The gold went to Spaniard Jose Antonio Exposito Piniero with 7.25 m, while the bronze was captured by Lenine Cunha of Portugal with a jump of 6.95 m.
Talic claimed the fourth medal for Croatia at the London Paralympics, after Mihovil Spanja took a bronze in the 100m backstroke, Darko Kralj a silver in the shot put, and Mikela Ristoski won a bronze in the women's long jump. It was also the 13th medal for Croatia in the history of the Paralympic Games.