Sailing at the 2000 Summer Paralympics

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Sailing
at the XI Paralympic Games
Sailing - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Sailing
Venue Agios Kosmas Olympic Sailing Centre
«1996 2004»

Sailing at the 2000 Summer Paralympics consisted of two mixed events.

Medal summary[edit]

Panoramic view of the paralympic sailing venue, Sydney Harbour, during competition at the 2000 Summer Paralympics. Members of the Australian Paralympic Sailing team with their boat can be seen in the foreground. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Tower and the CBD can be seen in the background.
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Single person 2.4mr  Heiko Kroeger
Germany (GER)
 Jens Als Andersen
Denmark (DEN)
 Thomas Brown
United States (USA)
Three person Sonar  Australia (AUS)
Noel Robins
Jamie Dunross
Graeme Martin
 Germany (GER)
Peter Reichl
Peter Muenter
Jens Kroker
 Canada (CAN)
David Williams
Paul Tingley
Brian MacDonald

Results[edit]

One Person Keelboat - 2.4 Metre[edit]

Rank Athlete Race Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tot Net
Gold medal icon.svg  Heiko Kroeger (GER)
Silver medal icon.svg  Jens Als Andersen (DEN)
Bronze medal icon.svg  Thomas Brown (USA)
4  Peter Thompson (AUS)
5  Philippe Balle (FRA)
6  Andrew May (NZL)
7  Mike Browne (GBR)
8  Jussi Mattila (FIN)
9  Jostein Stordahl (NOR)
10  Marco Turbiglio (ITA)
11  Dan McCoy (CAN)
12  Claes Hultling (SWE)
13  Emilio Fernandez (ESP)
14  Matias Paillot (ARG)
15  Priidik Mentaal (EST)
16  Masakazu Suto (JPN)
17  Russell Vollmer (RSA)

Open Three-Person Keelboat - Sonar[edit]

Rank Nation (skipper first) Race Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tot Net
Gold medal icon.svg  Graeme Martin,
Jamie Dunross and
Noel Robins (AUS)
4
Silver medal icon.svg  Jens Kroker,
Peter Muenter and
Peter Reichl (GER)
20
Bronze medal icon.svg  Paul Tingley,
David Williams and
Brian MacDonald (CAN)
22
4  Carl-Gustaf Fresk,
Jan Olaf Edbom and
Lars Loedstroem (SWE)
33
5  Andrew Cassell,
Andrew Millband and
Brian Harding (GBR)
37
6  Udo Hessels
Geert Ruesink
Mischa Rossen (NED)
38
7  Corky Aucreman
Keith Burhans and
Paul Callahan (USA)
41
8  Dor Cohen,
Amon Efrati and
Gadi Spector (ISR)
43
9  Paul McGrath,
Sean McGrath and
John Twomey (IRL)
43
10  Garush Danielyan,
Stasik Nazaryan and
Mher Avanesyan (ARM)
58
11  Enrique Vives,
Per Eugen Kristiansen and
Jose Maria Lastra (ESP)
66
12  Aleksander Wang-Hansen,
Knut Kerrem and
Cadi Zahl Pedersen (NOR)
70
13  Anne Othenn-Girad,
Georges Scherler and
Philippe Moerch (SUI)
74
14  Phil Edwards,
Garth Reynolds and
Marty Clark (NZL)
81
15  Masao Hasegawa,
Miho Hamada and
Meiko Kasai (JPN)
98

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (GER) 1 1 0 2
2  Australia (AUS) 1 0 0 1
3  Denmark (DEN) 0 1 0 1
4  United States (USA) 0 0 1 1
 Canada (CAN) 0 0 1 1

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