Uzbekistan at the Paralympics
|Uzbekistan at the
|NPC||Uzbekistan National Paralympic Association|
|Other related appearances|
| Soviet Union (1988)
Unified Team (1992)
Uzbekistan made its Paralympic Games début at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, with a single representative (Yusup Kadyrov) in powerlifting. Competing in the men's up to 75 kg category, Kadyrov failed to lift a weight. In 2008, Uzbekistan sent two competitors: a powerlifter and a swimmer.
It won its first Paralympic medal, a silver, at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London.
Full results for Uzbekistan at the Paralympics
|Yusup Kadyrov||2004 Athens||Powerlifting||Men's up to 75 kg||nmr||unranked (nmr)|
|Ravil Diganshin||2008 Beijing||Powerlifting||Men's up to 100 kg||170 kg||10th (out of 11)|
|Farhod Sayidov||2008 Beijing||Swimming||Men's 50m freestyle S5||1:07.53||6th in heat 1 (out of 6)
did not advance
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