Sailing at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

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Sailing
at the XII Paralympic Games
Sailing - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Sailing
Venue Agios Kosmas Olympic Sailing Centre
Dates 18–23 September 2004
«2000 2008»

Sailing at the 2004 Summer Paralympics took place at the Agios Kosmas Olympic Sailing Centre from September 18-September 23. The sailors were a mix of physically and visually impaired men and women competing together.

The classes sailed were:

  • 2.4mR single-handed keelboat
  • Sonar three person keelboat

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed 2.4mR (1-Person)  Damien Seguin
France (FRA)
 Thomas Brown
United States (USA)
 Thierry Schmitter
Netherlands (NED)
Mixed Sonar (3-Person)  Israel (ISR)
Dror Cohen
Arnon Efrati
Benni Vexler
 Netherlands (NED)
Udo Hessels
Marcel van de Veen
Mischa Rossen
 United States (USA)
John Ross Duggan
Jean Paul Creignou
Bradley Johnson

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France (FRA) 1 0 0 1
 Israel (ISR) 1 0 0 1
3  Netherlands (NED) 0 1 1 2
 United States (USA) 0 1 1 2

Results[edit]

One Person Keelboat - 2.4 Metre[edit]

Rank Athlete Race Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tot Net
Gold medal icon.svg  Damien Seguin (FRA) 21
Silver medal icon.svg  Thomas Brown (USA) 22
Bronze medal icon.svg  Thierry Schmitter (NED) 25
4  Heiko Kroeger (GER) 31
5  Peter Thompson (AUS) 38
6  Jens Als Andersen (DEN) 43
7  Bjørnar Erikstad (NOR) 46
8  Allan Smith (GBR) 54
9  Bruce Miller (CAN) 60
10  Antero Karjalainen (FIN) 78
11  Joaquin Quero (ESP) 84
12  Fabrizio Olmi (ITA) 87
13  Stamatis Jalligeris (GRE) 90
14  Masakazu Suti (JPN) 108
15  Feargal Kinsella (IRL) 115
16  Kok Liang Lim (SIN) 123

Open Three-Person Keelboat - Sonar[edit]

Rank Nation (skipper first) Race Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tot Net
Gold medal icon.svg  Dor Cohen,
Amon Efrati and
Benny Vexler (ISR)
19
Silver medal icon.svg  Udo Hessels
Marcel van de Veen
Mischa Rossen (NED)
28
Bronze medal icon.svg  John Ross Duggan
Jean Paul Creignou and
Bradley Johnson (USA)
37
4  Jens Kroker,
Peter Reichl and
Olaf Jacobs (GER)
38
5  Colin Harrison,
Jeff Milligan and
Jamie Dunross (AUS)
44
6  John Robertson,
Stephen Thomas and
Hannah Stodel (GBR)
49
7  Paul Tingley,
Brian MacDonald and
Brian Mackie (CAN)
49
8  Vasilis Christoforou,
Georgios Delikouras and
Nikolaos Paterakis (GRE)
51
9  Brian O'Mahony,
Seanie McGrath and
John Twomey (IRL)
60
10  Carl-Gustaf Fresk,
Boerje Palmqvist and
Lars Loedstroem (SWE)
71
11  Aleksander Wang-Hansen,
Jostein Stordahl and
Per Eugen Kristiansen (NOR)
72
12  Enrique Vives,
Per Eugen Kristiansen and
Jose Maria Lastra (ESP)
72
13  Sulaiman Pungot,
Andrej Puchalski and
Piotr Nowak (POL)
83
14  Wei Qiang Jovin Tan,
Chen Ian Leo and
Sulaiman Pungot (SIN)
110
15  Yoko Sone,
Kazunori Murasawa and
Tsuneo Aso (JPN)
113