Goalball at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

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Goalball
at the XII Paralympic Games
Goalball pictogram (Paralympics).svg
Paralympic Goalball
Venue Sports Pavilion
2000
2008

Goalball at the 2004 Summer Paralympics took place at the Sports Pavilion of the Faliro Coastal Zone Olympic Sports Complex, in Athens, Greece.[1]

Goalball is open to blind and partially sighted competitors, with separate men's and women's competitions.

Men's tournament[edit]

Goalball - Men
at the XII Paralympic Games
Goalball - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Goalball
Venue Faliro Sports Pavilion Arena
Dates 20–26 September 2004
Competitors 12
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Martin Enggaard Pedersen
Soren Holmgren Jensen
Ricky Nielsen
Kenneth Hansen
Peter Weichel
 Denmark
2nd, silver medalist(s) Boris Samuelsson
Jimmy Bjoerkstrand
Niklas Hultqvist
Mikael Rendahl
Mikael Aspegren
Oskar Kuus
 Sweden
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Christopher Dodds
Donte Mickens
Daniel Gallant
Edward Munro
Tyler Merren
John Mulhern jr.
 United States
The Swedish men's goalball team at the 2004 Paralympic Games

The Men's tournament was won by the team representing  Denmark.[2]

Results[edit]

Preliminaries[edit]

Qualified for final round
Rank Competitor MP W D L Goals Points   DEN SWE USA CAN GER GRE
1  Denmark 5 4 1 0 42:17 13 x 3:3 10:7 10:1 9:3 10:3
2  Sweden 5 2 3 0 21:14 9 3:3 x 1:1 4:4 3:1 10:5
3  United States 5 2 1 2 34:26 7 7:10 1:1 x 8:12 7:2 11:1
4  Canada 5 2 1 2 34:32 7 1:10 4:4 12:8 x 4:5 13:5
5  Germany 5 2 0 3 24:26 6 3:9 1:3 2:7 5:4 x 13:3
6  Greece 5 0 0 5 17:57 0 3:10 5:10 1:11 5:13 3:13 x

Group B[edit]

Rank Competitor MP W D L Goals Points   ESP KOR FIN HUN LTU SLO
1  Spain 5 4 1 0 23:15 13 x 9:8 3:3 3:2 4:1 4:1
2  South Korea 5 3 0 2 35:34 9 8:9 x 0:10 7:5 10:5 10:5
3  Finland 5 2 1 2 20:20 7 3:3 10:0 x 2:1 4:8 1:8
4  Hungary 5 2 0 3 18:14 6 2:3 5:7 1:2 x 6:1 4:1
5  Lithuania 5 2 0 3 22:28 6 1:4 5:10 8:4 1:6 x 7:4
6  Slovenia 5 1 0 4 19:26 3 1:4 5:10 8:1 1:4 4:7 x

Competition bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
 United States 5
 Spain 1
 United States 1
 Denmark 8
 Denmark 9
 Hungary 3
 Denmark 7
 Sweden 5
 Sweden 5
 Finland 1
 Sweden 5 Third place
 Canada 3
 Canada 9  United States 5
 South Korea 4  Canada 4

Classification 5-8[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
   South Korea   3  
   Finland   5  
 
       Finland   4
     Spain   3
Seventh place
   Hungary   1    Hungary   8
   Spain   4      South Korea   3

Classification 9-12[edit]

Classification 9/10[edit]

Lithuania  6 – 4  Germany

Classification 11/12[edit]

Slovenia  12 – 2  Greece

Team Lists[edit]

 Denmark
Martin Enggaard Pedersen
Soren Holmgren Jensen
Ricky Nielsen
Kenneth Hansen
Peter Weichel
 Sweden
Boris Samuelsson
Jimmy Bjoerkstrand
Niklas Hultqvist
Mikael Rendahl
Mikael Aspegren
Oskar Kuus
 Canada
Rob Christy
Mario Caron
Bruno Hache
Dean Kozak
Jeff Christy
Kevin Kaminski
 United States
Christopher Dodds
Donte Mickens
Daniel Gallant
Edward Munro
Tyler Merren
John Mulhern jr.
 Germany
Mathias Koehler
Michael Breidbach
Thomas Betzl
Matthias Schmidt
Johann Demmelhuber
Steffen Lehmann
 Greece
Nikolaos Chatzidafnis
Athanasios Chasiotis
Sotirios Michalopoulos
Anastasios Trikalitis
Antonios Diamantopoulos
Nikolaos Argyros
 Spain
Jose Daniel Fernandez
Ignacio Garrido
Jose Perez
Vicente Galiana
Roberto Abenia
Tomas Rubio
 South Korea
Oh Jeong Hwan
Kim Chul Hwan
Lee Sun Haeng
Lee Yoon Bong
Won Pong Pil
Hong Jang Hyun
 Finland
Juha Oikarainen
Arttu Makinen
Sami Mustonen
Petri Posio
Veli Matti Aittola
Jarno Mattila
 Hungary
Sandor Orsos
Sandor Szell
Szabolcs Hajba
Zsolt Orsos
Szillard Belafi
Andras Szabo
 Lithuania
Marius Zibolis
Genrik Pavliukianec
Egidijus Biknevicius
Arvydas Juchna
Saulius Leonavicius
Algirdas Montvydas
 Slovenia
Matej Ledinek
Ivan Vinkler
Gorazd Dolanc
Zlatko Mihajlovic
Dejan Pirc
Bostjan Vogrincic

Women's tournament[edit]

Goalball - Women
at the XII Paralympic Games
Goalball - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Goalball
Venue Faliro Sports Pavilion Arena
Dates 20–26 September 2004
Competitors 8
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kelley Hannett
Amy Alsop
Contessa Scott
Annette Lisabeth
Viviane Forest
Nancy Morin
 Canada
2nd, silver medalist(s) Nicole Buck
Robin Theryoung
Asya Miller
Lisa Banta
Jessica Lorenz
Jennifer Armbruster
 United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Madoka Sano
Eriko Kumakawa
Yuka Naoi
Mieko Asai
Yuki Naoi
Masae Komiya
 Japan
2000
2008

The Women's tournament was won by the team representing  Canada.[3]

Results[edit]

Preliminaries[edit]

Qualified for final round
Rank Competitor MP W D L Goals Points   CAN USA JPN FIN NED GER BRA
1  Canada 7 7 0 0 31:2 21 x 2:0 2:0 3:1 9:0 3:0 4:1
2  United States 7 6 0 1 18:4 18 0:2 x 6:1 3:1 2:0 2:0 2:0
3  Japan 7 4 1 2 16:17 13 0:2 1:6 x 2:1 1:1 6:3 4:3
4  Finland 7 4 0 3 30:10 12 1:3 1:3 1:2 x 8:1 5:1 10:0
5  Netherlands 7 3 1 3 15:22 10 0:9 0:2 1:1 1:8 x 4:0 3:1
6  Germany 7 2 0 5 10:21 6 0:3 0:2 3:6 1:5 0:4 x 4:1
7  Brazil 7 1 0 6 7:27 3 1:4 0:2 3:4 0:10 1:3 1:4 x
8  Greece 7 0 0 7 2:26 0 0:8 0:3 1:2 0:4 1:6 0:2 0:1

Competition bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Final
   Finland   2  
   Canada   4  
 
       Canada   3
     United States   1
Third place
   United States   3    Japan   2
   Japan   1      Finland   1

Team Lists[edit]

 Canada
Kelley Hannett
Amy Alsop
Contessa Scott
Annette Lisabeth
Viviane Forest
Nancy Morin
 United States
Nicole Buck
Robin Theryoung
Asya Miller
Lisa Banta
Jessica Lorenz
Jennifer Armbruster
 Japan
Madoka Sano
Eriko Kumakawa
Yuka Naoi
Mieko Asai
Yuki Naoi
Masae Komiya
 Finland
Katja Heikkinen
Paivi Tolppanen
Maria-Terttu Piiroinen
Sanna Tynkkynen
Kaisa Penttila
Sanna Arkko
 Netherlands
Nancy Sier
Marianna Huijben
Christa Schrooten
Carla van der Weide Burgmeijer
Anneke Berkhout
Jolanda van Wijk Knuman
 Germany
Cornelia Dietz
Christa Pekx
Christiane Moeller
Regina Vollbrecht
Ina Fischer
Veronika Matthieu
 Brazil
Evelyne Cantanhede
Claudia Amorim
Adriana Lino
Ana Carolina Custodio
Renata Hermenegildo
Valkilene Dalarme
 Greece
Maria Tzalla
Ioanna Zacharou
Antigoni Chatziapostolidou
Aikaterini Lorentzou
Vouziana Giota
Styliani Iliopoulou

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schedules and Results - Goalball". Official Website of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Archived from the original on 9 December 2004. Retrieved 19 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Goalball: Men". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 19 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Goalball: Women". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 19 October 2012.