Estonia at the Special Olympics World Games

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Estonia team have competed at the Special Olympics World Games since after regaining independence in 1991 and have won over 100 medals at the games.[1]

Medal tallies[edit]

Special Olympics World Summer Games[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze Total Ranking Athletes
1991 Special Olympics World Summer Games 2 1
1995 Special Olympics World Summer Games
1999 Special Olympics World Summer Games
2003 Special Olympics World Summer Games 3 1 3 7 7
2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games 4 4 5 13 8
 Estonia Total 39[2]

Best performances in bold.

Med 1.png Gold medalists[edit]

Med 2.png Silver medalists[edit]

Med 3.png Bronze medalists[edit]

  • 2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games
    • Raivo Laar: Athletics/Track & Field Division M03 – Men's 1500 metre run 5.21,76
    • Jüri Kändla: Aquatics (swimming) Division M02 – Men's 50 metre freestyle 49,88
    • Kalle Noorkõiv: Aquatics (swimming) Division M17 – Men's 50 metre freestyle 43,50
    • Team Estonia (Jüri Kändla, Kalle Noorkõiv, Anu Säär, Ragne Kändla): Aquatics (swimming) Division M4 – 4X25 metre freestyle relay 1.26,78
  • 2003 Special Olympics World Summer Games
    • Annika Holtsmann: Aquatics (swimming), Age Group: 16- 21, Division F10 – Women's 50 metre freestyle
    • Angela Siim: Athletics/Track & Field, Age Group: 16- 21, Division F01 – Women's 1500 metre run
    • Taivo Sõts: Athletics/Track & Field, Age Group: 16- 21, Division M01 – Men's shot put

Special Olympics World Winter Games[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze Total Ranking Athletes
1993 Special Olympics World Winter Games 0 0 0 0
1997 Special Olympics World Winter Games 5 7 4 16 8
2001 Special Olympics World Winter Games 10 4 3 17 8
2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games 4 3 1 8 8
 Estonia Total 51 (49[2])

Best performances in bold.

Med 1.png Gold medalists[edit]

Med 2.png Silver medalists[edit]

Med 3.png Bronze medalists[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Estonian) Ministeerium unustas eriolümplasi tervitada Õhtuleht, 16.10.2007
  2. ^ a b (in Estonian) Haridus: Vaekülas lehvis olümpialipp, Virumaa Teataja, 2.7.2005

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