Athletics at the 2004 Summer Paralympics – Men's javelin throw F52–58

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Athletics at the
2004 Summer Paralympics
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T51–54
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
5000 m men women
10000 m men
Marathon men women
4×100 m relay men
4×400 m relay men
P54–58
Pentathlon men
F51–58
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Club throw men

Men's javelin throw events for wheelchair athletes were held at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in the Athens Olympic Stadium. Events were held in eight disability classes.[1]

F52-53[edit]

Men's Javelin F52-53
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 27 September 2004
Competitors 15 from 10 nations
Winning distance 16.70
Medalists
Gold medal    New Zealand
Silver medal    Mexico
Bronze medal    Iran

The F52-53 event was won by Peter Martin, representing New Zealand.[2]

27 Sept. 2004, 18:30

Rank Athlete Result Points Notes
1st  Peter Martin (NZL) 16.70 1045 WR
2nd  Adrian Paz Velazquez (MEX) 19.78 1033 WR
3rd  Abdolreza Jokar (IRI) 19.77 1032
4  Mauro Maximo de Jesus (MEX) 19.46 1016
5  Humaid H. Al Mazam (UAE) 16.23 1016
6  Alphanso Cunningham (JAM) 18.46 964
7  Rico Glagla (GER) 15.06 943
8  Gerasimos Vryonis (GRE) 17.67 922
9  Rodney Farr (AUS) 14.58 912
10  Georgios Karaminas (GRE) 14.46 905
11  Val Don Jacobson (USA) 17.32 904
12  David MacCalman (NZL) 14.01 877
13  Horacio Bascioni (ARG) 13.53 847
14  Christos Angourakis (GRE) 15.99 835
15  Hans-Ulrich Prill (GER) 12.25 767

F54[edit]

Men's Javelin F54
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 21 September 2004
Competitors 7 from 6 nations
Winning distance 26.89
Medalists
Gold medal    Mexico
Silver medal    Finland
Bronze medal    Iran

The F54 event was won by Luis A. Zepeda, representing Mexico.[3]

21 Sept. 2004, 09:00

Rank Athlete Result Notes
1st  Luis A. Zepeda (MEX) 26.89 WR
2nd  Rauno Saunavaara (FIN) 26.79
3rd  Avaz Azmoodeh (IRI) 26.16
4  Markku Niinimaki (FIN) 24.76
5  Bruce Wallrodt (AUS) 24.25
6  František Pürgl (CZE) 22.42
7  Rene Schwarz (AUT) 18.93

F55-56[edit]

Men's Javelin F55-56
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 22 September 2004
Competitors 21 from 16 nations
Winning distance 35.30
Medalists
Gold medal    Iran
Silver medal    Netherlands
Bronze medal    China

The F55-56 event was won by Ali Naderi, representing Iran.[4]

22 Sept. 2004, 10:00

Rank Athlete Result Points Notes
1st  Ali Naderi (IRI) 35.30 1208 WR
2nd  Pieter Gruijters (NED) 37.79 1180 WR
3rd  Zhang Ying Bin (CHN) 32.65 1117
4  Rene Nielsen (DEN) 33.99 1061
5  Josef Stiak (CZE) 31.69 989
6  Thomas Bradal (DEN) 27.83 952
7  Hassan Sabokdel Hooshyar (IRI) 27.67 947
8  Jeffrey Hantz (USA) 30.28 945
9  Martin Nemec (CZE) 27.13 928
10  Krzysztof Smorszczewski (POL) 28.73 897
11  Leonardo Diaz Aldana (CUB) 28.65 894
12  Mashal Al-Otaibi (KUW) 28.12 878
13  Tanto Campbell (JAM) 27.96 873
14  Jacques Martin (CAN) 25.41 869
15  Gerhard Wies (GER) 26.03 812
16  Renato Misturini (ITA) 22.51 770
17  Renee Ladera (VEN) 22.77 711
18  V. Gopalappa (IND) 19.94 682
19  Bashar Meklef (IRQ) 19.30 660
 Ulrich Iser (GER) DNS
 Mokhtar Nourafshan (IRI) DNS

F57[edit]

Men's Javelin F57
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 25 September 2004
Competitors 8 from 6 nations
Winning distance 40.71
Medalists
Gold medal    Iran
Silver medal    Egypt
Bronze medal    Czech Republic

The F57 event was won by Mohammad R. Mirzaei, representing Iran.[5]

25 Sept. 2004, 18:45

Rank Athlete Result Notes
1st  Mohammad R. Mirzaei (IRI) 40.71 PR
2nd  Ibrahim Ali (EGY) 39.12
3rd  Rostislav Pohlmann (CZE) 37.91
4  Julius Hutka (SVK) 37.61
5  Ji Jianguo (CHN) 36.40
6  Wang Zhi Quan (CHN) 34.95
7  Maurizio Nalin (ITA) 29.30
8  Zheng Weihai (CHN) 27.06

F58[edit]

Men's Javelin F58
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 26 September 2004
Competitors 8 from 6 nations
Winning distance 50.72
Medalists
Gold medal    Nigeria
Silver medal    Egypt
Bronze medal    Puerto Rico

The F58 event was won by Silver C. Ezeikpe, representing Nigeria.[6]

26 Sept. 2004, 17:00

Rank Athlete Result Notes
1st  Silver C. Ezeikpe (NGR) 50.72 WR
2nd  Mahmoud Elatar (EGY) 49.14
3rd  Alexis Pizarro (PUR) 46.60
4  El Sayed Moussa (EGY) 45.76
5  Nasser Al Sahoti (QAT) 44.01
6  Hussein Elgenedy (EGY) 43.51
7  Ali Ghribi (TUN) 40.57
8  Henk Jansen (NED) 34.51

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2004 Summer Paralympics - Schedule - Athletics". Athens 2004 Paralympic Games. Archived from the original on 25 October 2004. Retrieved 15 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Men's Javelin F52-53". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 15 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Men's Javelin F54". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 15 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Men's Javelin F55-56". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 15 October 2012. 
  5. ^ "Men's Javelin F57". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 15 October 2012. 
  6. ^ "Men's Javelin F58". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 15 October 2012.