Estonia at the 1998 Winter Paralympics

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Estonia at the
1998 Winter Paralympics
Flag of Estonia.svg
IPC code EST
NPC Estonian Paralympic Committee
Website www.paralympic.ee
in Nagano
Competitors 16 in 3 sports
Flag bearer Vilma Nugis
Medals
Ranked 22nd
Gold Silver Bronze Total
0 0 0 0
Winter Paralympics appearances
Other related appearances
 Soviet Union (1988)

Estonia participated in The VII. Winter Paralympic Games in Nagano, Japan. Estonian flag bearer at the opening ceremony was Vilma Nugis.

Estonia entered 16 athletes in the following sports:

The 1998 Estonian Paralympic Team[edit]

Estonian delegation – 16 athletes and 9 officials: Estonian Paralympic Committee president Toomas Vilosius, delegation leader Allan Kiil, team manager Maarit Vabrit, press representative Are Eller, sledge hockey referee Aleksandr Pavlovski, massage therapist Vladimir Sinenki and coaches Külli Hallik, Tõnu Kinks and Eduard Sheda‰ev.

Biathlon

Cross-country skiing

Ice sledge hockey: Team Roster: 12 men

Name, no, club, position, goals

Results by event[edit]

Biathlon pictogram.svg Biathlon[edit]

  • Vilma Nugis
    • Women's 7.5 km Free Technique B2-3 – Real time: 41.05,1 (Missed shots: 4) Factor(%): 100; Finish time: 41.05,1 (→ 5. place )

Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing[edit]

  • Velory Kais
    • Men's 5 km Classical Technique ID – 18.48,2 (→ 10. place )
    • Men's 15 km Free Technique ID – 40.16,8 (→ 21. place )
    • Men's 20 km Classical Technique ID – 1:28.40,0 (→ 12. place )
  • Taisto Sillamägi
  • Vilma Nugis
    • Women's 5 km Free Technique B2-3 – 19.16,9 (→ 10. place )
    • Women's 5 km Classical Technique B2-3 – (→ dq, no ranking )
    • Women's 15 km Classical Technique B1-3 – 1:09.51,6 (→ 11. place )
  • Sabina Treial
    • Women's 5 km Free Technique ID – 23.24,2 (→ 11. place )
    • Women's 5 km Classical Technique ID – 24.35,2 (→ 11. place )
    • Women's 15 km Classical Technique ID – 1:21.45,8 (→ 8. place )

Ice sledge speed racing[edit]

  • Jüri Tammleht
    • Men's 100 m LW11 – Finish time: 19,79 (→ 7. place )
    • Men's 500 m LW11 – Finish time: 1.22,79 (→ 7. place )
    • Men's 1000 m LW11 – Finish time: 3.04,57 (→ 8. place )
  • Maksim Vedernikov
    • Men's 1,000 m LW11 – Finish time: 2.45,34 (→ 7. place )

Ice hockey pictogram.svg Ice sledge hockey[edit]

  • Estonian sledge hockey team:
    • Preliminary Group A Round 1: defeated  Great Britain 6:0 ( 2:0, 2:0, 2:0 )
    • Preliminary Group A Round 2: lost to  Sweden 3:6 ( 0:4, 1:2, 2:0 ) ( 3 goals for Sweden from Jens Kask, who has Estonian roots )
    • Play off semi final game: lost to  Norway 1:4 ( 0:1, 0:2, 1:1 )
    • Bronze medal game: lost to  Sweden 1:10 ( 1:3, 0:3, 0:4 ) (→ 4. place )

See also[edit]

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