Azerbaijan at the Paralympics

Azerbaijan made its Paralympic Games début at the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta, with a two-man delegation to compete in track and field and powerlifting. It has taken part in every subsequent edition of the Summer Paralympics, but has never participated in the Winter Paralympics.[1][2]

Azerbaijan at the
Paralympics
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg
IPC codeAZE
NPCNational Paralympic Committee of Azerbaijan Republic
Websitewww.paralympic.az
Medals
Ranked 44th
Gold
23
Silver
19
Bronze
15
Total
57
Summer appearances
Other related appearances
 Soviet Union (1988)
 Unified Team (1992)

MedalsEdit

MedallistsEdit

Medal Name Games Sport Event
  Silver Yelena Taranova 2000 Sydney Shooting Mixed free pistol SH1
  Gold Oleg Panyutin 2004 Athens Athletics Men's long jump F12
  Gold Ilham Zakiyev 2004 Athens Judo Men's +100 kg
  Silver Zeynidin Bilalov 2004 Athens Athletics Men's triple jump F11
  Bronze Yelena Taranova 2004 Athens Shooting Women's 10m air pistol SH1
  Gold Olokhan Musayev 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's shot put F55/56
  Gold Ilham Zakiyev 2008 Beijing Judo Men's +100 kg
  Silver Zeynidin Bilalov 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's triple jump F11
  Silver Tofig Mammadov 2008 Beijing Judo Men's -90 kg
  Silver Karim Sardarov 2008 Beijing Judo Men's -100 kg
  Bronze Vladimir Zayets 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's triple jump F12
  Bronze Oleg Panyutin 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's long jump F12
  Bronze Reza Osmanov 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's 400m T12
  Bronze Vugar Mehdiyev 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's 200m T13
  Bronze Ramin Ibrahimov 2008 Beijing Judo Men's -60 kg
  Gold Oleg Panyutin 2012 London Athletics Men's triple jump F12
  Gold Ramin Ibrahimov 2012 London Judo Men's -60 kg
  Gold Afag Sultanova 2012 London Judo Women's -57 kg
  Gold Natali Pronina 2012 London Swimming Women's 100m breaststroke SB12
  Silver Vladimir Zayets 2012 London Athletics Men's triple jump F12
  Silver Natali Pronina 2012 London Swimming Women's 100m freestyle S12
  Silver Natali Pronina 2012 London Swimming Women's 100m backstroke S12
  Silver Natali Pronina 2012 London Swimming Women's 50m freestyle S12
  Bronze Huseyn Hasanov 2012 London Athletics Men's long jump F46
  Bronze Elchin Muradov
Reza Osmanov
Oleg Panyutin
Vladimir Zayets
2012 London Athletics Men's 4x100m relay T11-13
  Bronze Ilham Zakiyev 2012 London Judo Men's +100 kg
  Gold Ramil Gasimov 2016 Rio de Janeiro Judo Men's -73 kg
  Silver Elena Chebanu 2016 Rio de Janeiro Athletics Women's 100m T12
  Silver Kamil Aliyev 2016 Rio de Janeiro Athletics Men's long jump F12
  Silver Elena Chebanu 2016 Rio de Janeiro Athletics Women's long jump F12
  Silver Irada Aliyeva 2016 Rio de Janeiro Athletics Women's javelin throw F12/13
  Silver Bayram Mustafayev 2016 Rio de Janeiro Judo Men's -66 kg
  Silver Dzmitry Salei 2016 Rio de Janeiro Swimming Men's 100m breaststroke SB12
  Silver Raman Salei 2016 Rio de Janeiro Swimming Men's 100m backstroke S12
  Silver Dzmitry Salei 2016 Rio de Janeiro Swimming Men's 50m freestyle S12
  Bronze Elena Chebanu 2016 Rio de Janeiro Athletics Women's 200m T12
  Bronze Rovshan Safarov 2016 Rio de Janeiro Judo Men's -81 kg
  Gold Shahana Hajiyeva 2020 Tokyo Judo Women's 48 kg
  Gold Raman Salei 2020 Tokyo Swimming Men's 100 metre backstroke S12
  Gold Vugar Shirinli 2020 Tokyo Judo Men's 60 kg
  Gold Sevda Valiyeva 2020 Tokyo Judo Women's 57 kg
  Gold Khanim Huseynova 2020 Tokyo Judo Women's 63 kg
  Gold Huseyn Rahimli 2020 Tokyo Judo Men's 81 kg
  Gold Hamed Heidari 2020 Tokyo Athletics Men's javelin throw F57
  Gold Elvin Astanov 2020 Tokyo Athletics Men's shot put F53
  Gold Dursadaf Karimova 2020 Tokyo Judo Women's +70 kg
  Gold Raman Salei 2020 Tokyo Swimming Men's 100 metre freestyle S12
  Silver Lamiya Valiyeva 2020 Tokyo Athletics Women's 100 metres T13
  Bronze Parvin Mammadov 2020 Tokyo Powerlifting Men's 49 kg
  Bronze Namig Abasli 2020 Tokyo Judo Men's 66 kg
  Bronze Ilham Zakiyev 2020 Tokyo Judo Men's +100 kg
  Bronze Said Najafzade 2020 Tokyo Athletics Men's long jump#T12

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Azerbaijan at the Paralympics, International Paralympic Committee
  2. ^ "Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games | IPC".