Athletics at the 2004 Summer Paralympics – Women's shot put 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

Women's shot put events for wheelchair athletes were held at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in the Athens Olympic Stadium. Events were held in three disability classes, F52/53 being held jointly with F32-34 cerebral palsy athletes.[1]

F32-34/52/53[edit]

Women's Shot Put F32-34/52/53
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 26 September 2004
Competitors 11 from 9 nations
Winning distance 4.59
Medalists
Gold medal    Mexico
Silver medal    Ukraine
Bronze medal    Kuwait

The F32-34/52/53 event was won by Maria E. Salas, representing Mexico.[2]

26 Sept. 2004, 18:00

Rank Athlete Result Points Notes
Gold medal icon.svg  Maria E. Salas (MEX) 4.59 1334 WR
Silver medal icon.svg  Tetyana Yakybchuk (UKR) 6.43 1185 WR
Bronze medal icon.svg  Maha Alsheraian (KUW) 5.26 1174 WR
4  Kyoko Sato (JPN) 5.01 1118
5  Birgit Pohl (GER) 8.54 1104 PR
6  Louise Ellery (AUS) 4.93 1100
7  Sonja Lloyd (RSA) 5.68 1047
8  Tanya Swanepoel (RSA) 5.35 986
9  Tiina Ala Aho (FIN) 4.88 899
10  Alice Kibue (KEN) 2.94 854
11  Leticia Ochoa (MEX) 2.79 811



F54/55[edit]

Women's Shot Put F54/55
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 19 September 2004
Competitors 14 from 11 nations
Winning distance 9.06
Medalists
Gold medal    Germany
Silver medal    Czech Republic
Bronze medal    Slovenia

The F54/55 event was won by Marianne Buggenhagen, representing Germany.[3]

19 Sept. 2004, 17:00

Rank Athlete Result Points Notes
Gold medal icon.svg  Marianne Buggenhagen (GER) 9.06 1045 WR
Silver medal icon.svg  Eva Kacanu (CZE) 6.18 1016
Bronze medal icon.svg  Tatjana Majcen (SLO) 6.00 986
4  Sally Reddin (GBR) 5.96 980
5  Xu Ning (CHN) 7.76 895
6  Zanele Situ (RSA) 5.37 883
7  Dora Garcia (MEX) 5.36 881
8  Malathi Krishna (IND) 5.24 861
9  Evelyn Schmied (AUT) 5.23 860
10  Carmen Acunto (ITA) 7.07 816
11  Jana Fesslova (CZE) 6.86 791
12  Chen Li Ping (CHN) 4.81 791
13  Wang Ting (CHN) 4.71 774
14  Hania Aidi (TUN) 4.46 733

F56-58[edit]

Women's Shot Put F56-58
at the XII Paralympic Games
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium
Dates 20 September 2004
Competitors 17 from 11 nations
Winning distance 9.79
Medalists
Gold medal    Algeria
Silver medal    China
Bronze medal    Germany

The F56-58 event was won by Nadia Medjmedj, representing Algeria.[4]

20 Sept. 2004, 17:00

Rank Athlete Result Points Notes
Gold medal icon.svg  Nadia Medjmedj (ALG) 9.79 1184 WR
Silver medal icon.svg  Li Ling (CHN) 9.64 1165
Bronze medal icon.svg  Martina Willing (GER) 7.94 1113 PR
4  Njideka E. Iyiazi (NGR) 10.12 1106 WR
5  Catalina Rosales (MEX) 10.04 1097
6  Ivanka Koleva (BUL) 8.79 1063
7  Sofia Djelal (ALG) 9.17 1002
8  Roseane Santos (BRA) 8.98 981
9  Suely Guimaraes (BRA) 6.97 977
10  Mary N. Zakayo (KEN) 8.03 971
11  Chen Fang (CHN) 8.44 922
12  Fatemeh Montazeri (IRI) 8.36 913
13  Leticia Aleman (MEX) 6.30 883
14  Araceli Castro (MEX) 7.78 850
15  Phelomena Chepkoech (KEN) 6.47 782
16  Moline Muza (ZIM) 7.02 767
17  Melaica S. Tuinfort (SUR) 5.29 639

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. ^ "Women's Shot Put F32-34/52/53". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 16 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Women's Shot Put F54/55". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 16 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Women's Shot Put F56-58". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 16 October 2012.