Athletics at the 2004 Summer Paralympics – Men's marathon T51–54

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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 marathon races for wheelchair athletes at the 2004 Summer Paralympics followed a course from Marathon to the Panathinaiko Stadium, and started at 08:00 on 26 September. Events were held in three wheelchair disability classes, together with two classes of visually impaired athletes.[1][2]

T51[edit]

The T51 event was won by Alvise de Vidi, representing Italy.[3]

Rank Athlete Time Notes
1st  Alvise de Vidi (ITA) 2:53:38
2nd  Stefan Strobel (GER) 2:57:50
3rd  Edgar Navarro (MEX) 3:13:42
4  Thorsten Oppold (GER) 3:27:23
5  Paolo D'Agostini (ITA) 3:48:28
6  Mikkel Gaarder (NOR) 3:54:32
 Dieter Geiling (GER) DNF
 Tim Johansson (SWE) DNF

T52[edit]

The T52 event was won by Toshihiro Takada, representing Japan.[4]

Rank Athlete Time Notes
1st  Toshihiro Takada (JPN) 2:00:02
2nd  Thomas Geierspichler (AUT) 2:06:10
3rd  Clayton Gerein (CAN) 2:14:26
4  Tomoya Ito (JPN) 2:20:12
5  Per Vesterlund (SWE) 2:26:09
6  Herbert Burns (USA) 2:37:36
7  Ramon Pla (ESP) 2:58:44

T54[edit]

The T54 event was won by Kurt Fearnley, representing Australia.[5]

Rank Athlete Time Notes
1st  Kurt Fearnley (AUS) 1:25:37
2nd  Kelly Smith (CAN) 1:29:39
3rd  Tomasz Hamerlak (POL) 1:31:01
4  Aaron Gordian (MEX) 1:31:03
5  Joël Jeannot (FRA) 1:31:42
6  Nobukazu Hanaoka (JPN) 1:31:50
7  Heinz Frei (SUI) 1:32:04
8  Jacob Heilveil (USA) 1:33:11
9  Hiroki Sasahara (JPN) 1:33:55
10  Masazumi Soejima (JPN) 1:34:59
11  Alain Fuss (FRA) 1:35:32
12  Ralph Brunner (GER) 1:35:39
13  Alan Bergman (CAN) 1:37:40
14  Denis Lemeunier (FRA) 1:37:41
15  Krige Schabort (RSA) 1:39:53
16  Jun Hiromichi (JPN) 1:40:24
17  Martin Velasco Soria (MEX) 1:41:00
18  Ernst van Dyk (RSA) 1:41:59
19  Paul Nunnari (AUS) 1:43:16
20  Marko Sever (SLO) 1:43:41
21  Roger Puigbo (ESP) 1:43:50
22  Robert Figl (GER) 1:45:11
23  Michel Filteau (CAN) 1:48:17
24  Scot Hollonbeck (USA) 1:49:16
25  Gottfried Ferchl (AUT) 1:50:19
26  Oeivind Sletten (NOR) 1:54:37
27  Vicente Arzo (ESP) 2:00:50
28  Tyler Byers (USA) 2:01:09
29  Omer Cantay (TUR) 2:06:02
30  Yiannakis Gavriel (CYP) 2:18:22
31  Yevgeniy Tetyukhin (KAZ) 2:35:45
32  Sergey Ussoltsev (KAZ) 2:39:54
 Mohamed Farhat Belkhir (TUN) DNF
 William Rivas (ESA) DNS
 Choke Yasuoka (JPN) DNS
 Franz Nietlispach (SUI) DNS
 Adam Bleakney (USA) DNS
 Joshua George (USA) DNS

References[edit]

  1. ^ Derek Gatopoulos (AP) (26 September 2004). "Blind Japanese runner wins Paralympic marathon". USA Today. Retrieved 13 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "2004 Summer Paralympics - Schedule - Athletics". Athens 2004 Paralympic Games. Archived from the original on 25 October 2004. Retrieved 13 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Men's Marathon - T51". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 13 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Men's Marathon - T52". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 13 October 2012. 
  5. ^ "Men's Marathon - T54". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 13 October 2012.