Ivory Coast at the 2000 Summer Paralympics
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|Côte d'Ivoire at the
2000 Summer Paralympics
|NPC||Fédération Ivoirienne des Sports Paralympiques|
|Competitors||2 in 1 sport|
|Flag bearer||Oumar Basakoulba Kone|
|Summer Paralympics appearances|
Ivory Coast competed at the 2000 Summer Paralympics. The country, competing at only their second Paralympic Games, was represented by 2 male athletes. These were the country's second appearance at the Paralympic Games.
|Gold||Oumar Basakoulba Kone||Athletics||Men's 800m T46|
|Bronze||Paul Fernand Kra Koffi||Athletics||Men's 800m T12|
- International Paralympic Committee 2000, p. C.1
- LAUFF, JACKIE (2007). "DEVELOPING COUNTRY PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY SPORT COMPETITION: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE" (PDF). Masters Thesis. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-10-26.
- International Paralympic Committee (2000). "Appendix C: Athlete Numbers - By Delegation". Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games Post Games Report. Sydney.
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