Athletics at the 2012 Summer Paralympics – Men's 200 metres

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The Men's 200m athletics events for the 2012 Summer Paralympics took place at the London Olympic Stadium from August 31 to September 8. A total of 13 events were contested over this distance for 13 different classifications.[1]

Schedule[edit]

R Round 1 ½ Semifinals F Final
Event↓/Date → Fri 31 Sat 1 Sun 2 Mon 3 Tue 4 Wed 5 Thr 6 Fri 7 Sat 8
T11 200m R ½ F
T12 200m R ½ F
T13 200m R ½ F
T34 200m R F
T35 200m R F
T36 200m R F
T37 200m R F
T38 200m R F
T42 200m R F
T44 200m R F
T46 200m R ½ F
T52 200m R F
T53 200m R F

Results[edit]

T11[edit]

The T11 category is for athletes with a visual impairment. A T11 athlete may be entirely without sight, or be able to perceive light, but have no ability to see the shape of a hand at any distance. T11 athletes commonly run with guides.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Felipe Gomes
Guide: Leonardo Souza Lopes
 Brazil 22.97 =PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Daniel Silva
Guide: Heitor de Oliveira Sales
 Brazil 22.99
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jose Sayovo Armando
Guide: Nicolau Palanca
 Angola 23.10
4 Lucas Prado
Guide: Justino Barbosa dos Santos
 Brazil 23.15
Wind: -0.3 m/s

T12[edit]

The T12 category is for athletes with visual impairment. Athletes in this category will generally have some residual sight, the ability to recognise the shape of a hand at a distance of 2 metres and the ability to perceive clearly will be no more than 2/60. T12 athletes commonly run with guides.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Mateusz Michalski  Poland 21.56 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Fedor Trikolich  Russia 21.81 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Li Yansong  China 22.04 RR
4 Hilton Langenhoven  South Africa 22.29
Wind: +1.0 m/s

T13[edit]

The T13 category is for athletes with a moderate visual impairment. Athletes in this category have a variety of visual impairments, but can typically recognize contours from a distance of 2 to 6 metres. Athletes in this category do not typically require a guide.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Jason Smyth  Ireland 21.05 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alexey Labzin  Russia 21.95 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Artem Loginov  Russia 22.03 PB
4 Alexander Zverev  Russia 22.07 PB
5 Luis Felipe Gutierrez  Cuba 22.24 SB
6 Jonathan Ntutu  South Africa 22.37 RR
7 Ayoub Chaoui  Morocco 22.72
8 Ioannis Protos  Greece 22.97
Wind: -0.3 m/s

T34[edit]

The T34 category is for wheelchair athletes with cerebral palsy. Athletes in this category have minimal limitations or control problems in their arms and trunk while pushing a wheelchair.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Class Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Walid Ktila  Tunisia T34 27.98 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Mohamed Hammadi  United Arab Emirates T34 28.95 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Rheed McCracken  Australia T34 29.08
4 Bojan Mitic  Switzerland T34 30.35
5 Austin Pruitt  United States T34 30.55
6 Stefan Rusch  Netherlands T34 30.63
7 Sebastien Mobre  France T34 30.67
8 Jamie Carter  Great Britain T34 30.94
Wind: -0.4 m/s

T35[edit]

The T35 category is for ambulant athletes with cerebral palsy. The typical T35 athlete may need assistive devices for walking. The athlete may have sufficient function to run but demonstrates poor balance.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Iurii Tsaruk  Ukraine 25.86 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Fu Xinhan  China 26.21 RR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Hernan Barreto  Argentina 26.59 RR
4 Allel Boukhalfa  Algeria 26.70 RR
5 Teboho Mokgalagadi  South Africa 27.02 PB
6 Ivan Otleykin  Russia 27.82 PB
7 Niels Stein  Germany 27.89 PB
8 Anton Bubnov  Russia 28.21 PB
Wind: -0.2 m/s

T36[edit]

The T36 category is for ambulant athletes with cerebral palsy. These athletes do not have the capacity to remain still and they show involuntary movements with all four limbs affected. They usually walk without assistive devices.

There were no heats in this event. The final was competed on 6 September 2012 at 19:08.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Roman Pavlyk  Ukraine 24.70 RR
2nd, silver medalist(s) So Wa Wai  Hong Kong 24.77 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ben Rushgrove  Great Britain 24.83 PB
4 Graeme Ballard  Great Britain 25.20
5 Che Mian  China 25.25 PB
6 Marcin Mielczarek  Poland 26.05 SB
7 Andrey Zhirnov  Russia 26.27
8 Chris Clemens  United States 26.68 PB
9 Gabriel De Jesus Cuadra Holman  Nicaragua 33.11 SB
Wind: Nil

T37[edit]

The T37 category is for ambulant athletes with cerebral palsy. These athletes have movement and coordination problems on one half of their body. They have good ability in their dominant side of their body (i.e. hemiplegia).

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Roman Kapranov  Russia 23.10 =WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shang Guangxu  China 23.15 RR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Omar Monterola  Venezuela 23.34 RR
4 Liang Yongbin  China 23.40 PB
5 Sofiane Hamdi  Algeria 23.67
6 Fanie van der Merwe  South Africa 23.79
7 Gocha Khugaev  Russia 24.13
8 Rhys Jones  Great Britain 24.68
Wind: +0.2 m/s

T38[edit]

The T38 category is for ambulant athletes with cerebral palsy. T38 athletes have the mildest form of impairment caused by cerebral palsy, often in only one limb, and not affecting the ability to run, walk or jump freely, although impairing performance. T38 athletes may suffer minor co-ordination difficulties.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Evan O'Hanlon  Australia 21.82 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Dyan Buis  South Africa 22.51 RR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zhou Wenjun  China 22.65 RR
4 Mohamed Farhat Chida  Tunisia 22.81 PB
5 Tim Sullivan  Australia 23.57
6 Union Sekailwe  South Africa 23.66 PB
7 Lorenzo Albaladejo Martinez  Spain 23.76
Edson Pinheiro  Brazil DNS
Wind: -0.2 m/s

T42[edit]

The T42 category is for single above-knee amputees and athletes with other impairments that are comparable to a single above knee amputation, including athletes with loss of muscle power in the lower limbs.

There were no heats in this event. The final was competed on 1 September 2012 at 11:23.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Richard Whitehead  Great Britain 24.38 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shaquille Vance  United States 25.55 RR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Heinrich Popow  Germany 25.90 PB
4 Scott Reardon  Australia 26.03 PB
5 Wojtek Czyz  Germany 26.07 PB
6 Clavel Kayitaré  France 26.22 PB
7 Daniel Jorgensen  Denmark 26.46 PB
8 Atsushi Yamamoto  Japan 26.76 RR
9 Garcia-Tolson Rudy  United States 26.97 PB
Wind: +0.3 m/s

T44[edit]

The T44 category is for athletes who have a single below knee amputation or who can walk with moderately reduced function in one or both legs.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Class Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira  Brazil T43 21.45 RR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Oscar Pistorius  South Africa T43 21.52
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Blake Leeper  United States T43 22.46
4 Arnu Fourie  South Africa T44 22.49 WR(T44)
5 Jerome Singleton  United States T44 23.58
6 Christoph Bausch  Switzerland T44 23.70 PB
7 David Behre  Germany T43 23.71
8 Jim Bob Bizzell  United States T44 28.19
Wind: -0.1 m/s

T46[edit]

The T46 category is for athletes who have a single above or below elbow amputation or similar disability, with normal function in both legs.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Class Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Yohansson Nascimento  Brazil T45 22.05 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Raciel Gonzalez Isidoria  Cuba T46 22.15
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Simon Patmore  Australia T46 22.36
4 Antonis Aresti  Cyprus T46 22.40 RR
5 Yao Jianjun  China T46 22.81 SB
6 Yury Nosulenko  Russia T46 22.88
7 Saidi Adedeji  Nigeria T46 23.02 SB
Zhao Xu  China T45 DQ
Wind: +0.1 m/s

T52[edit]

The T52 category is for wheelchair athletes with damage to spinal cord in the higher parts of the back, substantially impaired or no trunk function, and minimal or no leg function. Pushing power comes from elbow extensions, and appears close to normal except for use of modified gloves to compensate for grip.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Raymond Martin  United States 30.25 PR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tomoya Ito  Japan 31.60
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Salvador Hernandez Mondragon  Mexico 31.81
4 Beat Boesch  Switzerland 32.75
5 Leonardo De Jesus Perez Juarez  Mexico 33.16
6 Paul Nitz  United States 33.31
7 Peth Rungsri  Thailand 33.60
8 Josh Roberts  United States 34.44
Wind: Nil

T53[edit]

The T53 category is for wheelchair athletes with normal use of arms and hands, no or limited trunk function, and no leg function.

Final

Rank Athlete Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Li Huzhao  China 25.61 PR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Brent Lakatos  Canada 25.85 PB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zhao Yufei  China 26.00 PB
4 Mickey Bushell  Great Britain 26.32 RR
5 Yu Shiran  China 26.46
6 Hamad N M E Aladwani  Kuwait 26.50 PB
7 Richard Colman  Australia 26.67 RR
8 Ariosvaldo Fernandes Silva  Brazil 26.83
Wind: +0.2 m/s

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Athletics - Schedule & Results". Official site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Retrieved 16 August 2012.