Estonia at the 1996 Summer Paralympics

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Estonia at the Paralympic Games

Flag of Estonia
IPC code   EST
At the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta
Competitors 10 in 4 sports
Medals
Rank: 32
Gold
3
Silver
4
Bronze
2
Total
9
Paralympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games
Other related appearances
Soviet Union (1988)

Estonia participated in the X Summer Paralympic Games in Atlanta, USA. Estonian team representatives were Estonian Paralympic Committee president and Estonian Minister of Social Affairs Toomas Vilosius, head secretary Allan Kiil, secretary Maarit Vabrit and coaches Margit Aidla, Mallika Koel, Rein Põldme and Rein Valdru. Only press member was Are Eller.

Estonia entered 10 athletes in the following sports:

Medalists[edit]

   Gold       Silver       Bronze    Total
 Estonia 3 4 2 9

Gold Gold[edit]

Med 2.png Silver[edit]

Bronze Bronze[edit]

Top 6 Finishes[edit]

4th place[edit]

  • Helena Silm – Athletics, Women's Long Jump F10-11

5th place[edit]

6th place[edit]

Results by event[edit]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

  • Malle Juhkam
    • Women's Long Jump MH – Final: 4.76 (→ Bronze Bronze Medal )
  • Heli Kollom
    • Women's Long Jump MH – Final: 4.69 (→ 5. place )
  • Annely Ojastu
    • Women's 100 m T42-46 – Semifinal Heats: 4th 12,96 ; Final: 12,78 (→ Gold Gold Medal )
    • Women's 200 m T42-46 – Final: 26,26 (→ Silver Silver Medal )
    • Women's Long Jump F42-46 – Final: 5.37 m (→ Silver Silver Medal )
  • Helena Silm
    • Women's 200 m T11 Semifinal Heat 1: dns (→ no ranking )
    • Women's Long Jump F10-11 – Final: 4.92m (→ 6. place )
    • Women's Pentathlon P10-12 – Final: 2713 pts (→ Bronze Bronze Medal )

Weightlifting pictogram.svg Powerlifting[edit]

Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting[edit]

  • Helmut Mänd
    • Men's Air Rifle 3x40 SH1 – Preliminary: 26th 1132 (→ 26. place )
    • Mixed Air Rifle Prone SH1 – Preliminary: 23rd 592 (→ 23. place )

Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming[edit]

  • Nadežda Maksimova
    • Women's 50 m Freestyle B3 – Final: 32,05 (→ 6. place )
    • Women's 100 m Freestyle B3 – Final: 1.10,55 (→ 5. place )
    • Women's 100 m Breaststroke B3 – Final: 1.35,16 (→ 5. place )
    • Women's 200 m Medley B3 – Final: dq (→ no ranking )
  • Eela Kokk
    • Women's 50 m Freestyle MH – Heats: 2nd 33,01 Final: 33,14 (→ Silver Silver Medal )
    • Women's 100 m Freestyle MH – Heats: 6th 1.14,66 ; Final: 1.13,25 (→ 6. place )
  • Annika Raide
    • Women's 50 m Freestyle B1 – Heats: 11th 39,46 (→ did not advance )
    • Women's 100 m Freestyle B1 – Heats: 8th 1.24,31 ; Final: 1.23,26 (→ 6. place )
    • Women's 100 m Backstroke B1 – Heats: 7th 1.32,09 ; Final: dq
  • Marge Kõrkjas
    • Women's 50 m Freestyle B2 – Heats: 1st 30,35 ; Final: 29,90 (→ Gold Gold Medal )
    • Women's 100 m Freestyle B2 – Heats: 1st 1.09,12 ; Final: 1.07,43 (→ Gold Gold Medal )
    • Women's 100 m Backstroke B2 – Final: 1.22,43 (→ Silver Silver Medal )

See also[edit]

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