Estonia at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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Estonia at the Olympic Games

Flag of Estonia
IOC code  EST
NOC Estonian Olympic Committee
Website www.eok.ee (Estonian)
At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney
Competitors 33 (31 men and 2 women) in 11 sports
Flag bearer Tõnu Tõniste
Medals
Rank: 47
Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
2
Total
3
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games
Other related appearances
Russian Empire (1908–1912)
Soviet Union (1952–1988)

Estonia competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. 33 competitors, 31 men and 2 women, took part in 29 events in 11 sports.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Nool, ErkiErki Nool Athletics men's decathlon
 Bronze Budõlin, AlekseiAleksei Budõlin Judo men's middleweight (81 kg)
 Bronze Pertelson, IndrekIndrek Pertelson Judo men's heavyweight (+100 kg)

Athletics[edit]

Men's marathon

Men's discus throw

Men's javelin throw

  • Andrus Värnik – Qualifying – 81.34 (→ did not advance, 15. place )

Men's decathlon

  • Erki Nool – ( 100 m – 10,68; long jump – 7.76;shot put – 15.11;high jump – 2.00; 400 m – 46,71; 100 m hurdles – 14,48; discus throw – 43.66; pole vault – 5.00; javelin throw – 65.82; 1,500 m – 4.29,48 ). Total points – 8641.00 (→ Gold Gold Medal )
  • Indrek Kaseorg – ( 100 m – 11,31; long jump – 7.22; shot put – 13.26; high jump – 1.97; 400 m – 50,03; 100 m hurdles – 14,57; discus throw – 41.98; pole vault – 4.80; javelin throw – 66.54; 1,500 m – 4.35,64 ). Total points – 7932.00 (→ 17th place)

Canoeing[edit]

Flatwater[edit]

Men's kayak singles 500 m

  • Hain Helde – Qualifying Heat 3: 7th 1.42,772 ; Semifinals Heat 1: 9th 1.45,91 (→ did not advance )

Men's kayak singles 1000 m

  • Hain Helde – Qualifying Heat 4: 5th 3.40,407 ; Semifinals Heat 1: 7th 3.43,499 (→ did not advance )

Cycling[edit]

Road Cycling[edit]

Men's time trial

Men's road race

Fencing[edit]

Four fencers, all men, represented Estonia in 2000.

Men's individual épée

Men's team épée

Judo[edit]

Men's half middleweight – 81 kg

Men's heavyweight 100+ kg

Modern pentathlon[edit]

Men's modern pentathlon

  • Imre Tiidemann – ( Shooting: 1084; Fencing: 720; Swimming: 1120; Equestrian: 1010; Cross-country: 1146 ) Total points: 5080 (→ 14.place )

Rowing[edit]

Men's single sculls

  • Jüri Jaanson – Preliminary Heat 3: 3rd 7.06,58; Repechage Heat 2: 1st 7.05,16; Semi-finals Heat 2: 3rd 7:06.70; Final A: 6th 6.59,15 (→ 6.place )

Men's double sculls

  • Leonid Gulov and Andrei Šilin – Preliminary Heat 2: 4th 6.41,74; Repechage Heat 3: 3rd 6.35,09; Semi-finals Heat 1: 5th 6.38,75; Final B: 3rd 6.22,78 (→ 9.place )

Sailing[edit]

Estonia competed in three events in the Sailing competition of the Sydney Olympics. The highest they placed in any event was 22nd.

Men's double handed dinghy (470)

Men's single handed dinghy (Finn)

  • Imre Taveter – 11 races: ( 22; 22; 19; 17;(23); 22;(26) DNF; 23; 9; ; 21; 17 ) Final points: 172 (→ 22. place)

Open single handed dinghy (Laser)

  • Peter Šaraškin – 11 races: ( 25; 29; 6; 30; 28;(32); 27; 32;(44) OCS; 21; 12 ) Final points: 210 (→ 29. place)

Shooting[edit]

Men's skeet

Swimming[edit]

Men's 50 m freestyle

  • Indrek Sei – Preliminary Heat 10: 8th 23,11 (→ did not advance, 29. place )

Men's 100 m freestyle

  • Indrek Sei – Preliminary Heat: 52,09 (→ did not advance, 43. place )

Men's 100 m breaststroke

  • Raiko Pachel – Preliminary Heat 6: 8th 1.03,99 (→ did not advance, 32.-33. place)

Men's 200 m breaststroke

  • Raiko Pachel – Preliminary Heat 3: 3rd 2.19,71 (→ did not advance, 33. place )

Women's 50 m freestyle

  • Jana Kolukanova – Preliminary Heat 7: 1st 25,96 NR, Semi-final: 8th 26,03 (→ did not advance, 16. place )

Women's 100 m freestyle

  • Elina Partõka – Preliminary Heat 2: 2nd 57,71 NR (→ did not advance, 29.-30. place )

Women's 200 m freestyle

  • Elina Partõka – Preliminary Heat 3: 6th 2.05,90 (→ did not advance, 33.place )

Wrestling[edit]

Men's greco-roman 69 kg

Men's greco-roman 85 kg

Men's greco-roman 130 kg

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Estonia at the 2000 Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 

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