Samoa at the Paralympics

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Samoa at the Paralympic Games

Flag of Samoa
IPC code  SAM
NPC Samoa Paralympic Committee
Paralympic history
Summer Games

Samoa first competed at the Summer Paralympic Games in 2000, sending a single athlete to compete in track and field. The country has participated in every Summer Paralympics since then, but has never taken part in the Winter Paralympic Games, and has never won a Paralympic medal. Samoans have only ever competed in track and field events.[1]

Full results for Samoa at the Paralympics[edit]

Name Games Sport Event Result Rank
Mose Faatamala 2000 Sydney Athletics Men's 100 m T46 12.41 s 6th (out of 8) in heat 3;
did not advance
Mose Faatamala 2000 Sydney Athletics Men's Javelin F46 37.81 m 7th (out of 8)
Mose Faatamala 2004 Athens Athletics Men's Javelin F44/46 37.37 m (671 pts) 11th (out of 12)
Meira Vaa 2004 Athens Athletics Women's Discus F56-58 18.54 m (597 pts) 17th (out of 19)
Mose Faatamala 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's long jump F46 5.28 m (758 pts) 9th (out of 10)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Samoa at the Paralympics on paralympic.org