Shooting at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

Shooting in the 2004 Summer Paralympics consisted of twelve events spread over two main classes:

  • Class SH 1 - Pistol and rifle competitors who don't require a shooting stand
  • Class SH 2 - Rifle competitors who require a shooting stand due to disability in the upper limbs
Shooting
at the XII Paralympic Games
Shooting pictogram (Paralympics).svg
Paralympic Shooting
VenueMarkopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre
Dates18–23 September 2004
Competitors142 from 35 nations
2000
2008

The contests were held at the Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre.[1][2]

Participating countriesEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Sweden (SWE)4116
2  South Korea (KOR)1405
3  Germany (GER)1124
4  Russia (RUS)1012
  Turkey (TUR)1012
6  China (CHN)1001
  Finland (FIN)1001
  Great Britain (GBR)1001
  New Zealand (NZL)1001
10  Australia (AUS)0112
  Austria (AUT)0112
12  Chinese Taipei (TPE)0101
  Macedonia (MKD)0101
  Slovenia (SLO)0101
  United States (USA)0101
16  Denmark (DEN)0022
  Israel (ISR)0022
18  Azerbaijan (AZE)0011
Totals (18 nations)12121236

Medal summaryEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's air pistol SH1

details

Jian Fei Li
  China
Vanco Karanfilov
  Macedonia
Hubert Aufschnaiter
  Austria
Men's air rifle standing SH1

details

Jonas Jacobsson
  Sweden
Franc Pinter
  Slovenia
Ashley Adams
  Australia
Men's free rifle 3x40 SH1

details

Jonas Jacobsson
  Sweden
Dan Jordan
  United States
Doron Shaziri
  Israel
Women's air pistol SH1

details

Isabel Newstead
  Great Britain
Chin Mei Lin
  Chinese Taipei
Yelena Taranova
  Azerbaijan
Women's air rifle standing SH1

details

Manuela Schmermund
  Germany
Myung Sook Her
  South Korea
Sabine Brogle
  Germany
Women's sport rifle 3x20 SH1

details

Myung Sook Her
  South Korea
Im Yeon Kim
  South Korea
Manuela Schmermund
  Germany
Mixed air rifle prone SH1

details

Jonas Jacobsson
  Sweden
Jae Yong Sim
  South Korea
Kazimierz Mechula
  Denmark
Mixed air rifle prone SH2

details

Minna Leinonen
  Finland
Gyoung You Ho
  South Korea
Johnny Andersen
  Denmark
Mixed air rifle standing SH2

details

Michael Johnson
  New Zealand
Thomas Johansson
  Sweden
Viktoria Wedin
  Sweden
Mixed free pistol SH1

details

Andrey Lebedinskiy
  Russia
Roland Hartmann
  Germany
Muharrem Korhan Yamac
  Turkey
Mixed free rifle prone SH1

details

Jonas Jacobsson
  Sweden
Ashley Adams
  Australia
Doron Shaziri
  Israel
Mixed sport pistol SH1

details

Muharrem Korhan Yamac
  Turkey
Hubert Aufschnaiter
  Austria
Andrey Lebedinskiy
  Russia

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule & Results - Shooting". Athens 2004 Paralympic Games. Archived from the original on 10 October 2004. Retrieved 21 October 2012.
  2. ^ "Medallists: Athens 2004 Paralympic Games: Shooting". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 21 October 2012.