The Cambodian Para Games athletes have won a second gold medal along with three silver and one bronze for the Kingdom at the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Solo, Indonesia, to add to the gold medal won by the women's wheelchair basketball team in the three-on-three category and a bronze by the men's table tennis team in TT3's two-on-two competition on Sunday.

On August 1, long jump athlete Vit Chantha became the second Cambodian to win a gold medal at this year's games. Chantha, who is missing her right leg, won a gold medal in the long jump after completing a 4.29m distance in her final attempt to take first place.

Chantha celebrated winning her gold medal by taking a victory lap around the field while carrying the Cambodian flag. She is the first athlete from the Kingdom to win a gold medal in the long jump at the ASEAN Para Games.

Prime Minister Hun Sen, who is also president of the National Paralympic Committee of Cambodia, posted a congratulatory message to Chantha on his Facebook page after she clinched the gold.

"Congratulations to Vit Chantha on winning the gold medal in the long jump at the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Solo, Indonesia, on the morning of August 1. I hope our athletes will continue to succeed," he said.

Hiek Hok won a silver medal in the T53 100m wheelchair race and his teammate Van Von also won a silver in the T54 100-m wheelchair race.

Khoy Koy and Yav Vannak won a silver medal in the 100m race and a bronze in the SB9 100m breaststroke, respectively.

As of August 1, Cambodia's paralympic team has won a total of two gold, three silver and two bronze medals at the games.

According to a mission official who is with the team in Indonesia, on Tuesday the team will compete in many more sports and some of the athletes have a good chance at winning more medals for Cambodia before the games wrap up.