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Algeria at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

 

Algeria at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

Algeria at the Paralympic Games

Flag of Algeria
IPC code  ALG
NPC Algerian National Paralympic Committee
At the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens
Competitors 18 in 3 sports
Medals
Rank: 25
Gold
6
Silver
2
Bronze
5
Total
13
Paralympic history (summary)
Summer Games

Algeria competed at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. The team included eighteen athletes, fourteen men and four women, and won thirteen medals, six gold, two silver and five bronze.[1][2]

Contents

  • Competitors 1
  • Medallists 2
  • Results by event 3
    • Athletics 3.1
    • Judo 3.2
    • Powerlifting 3.3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Competitors

Sport Men Women Total
Athletics 12 2 14
Judo 2 - 2
Powerlifting - 2 2
Total 14 4 18

Medallists

Medal Name Sport Event Time in the final
 Gold Samir Nouioua Athletics Men's 1500m (T46)
 Gold Samir Nouioua Athletics Men's 5000m (T46)
 Gold Karim Betina Athletics Men's Shot put (F32)
 Gold Nadia Medjemedj Athletics Women's Shot put (F56-58)
 Gold Sofia Djelal Athletics Women's Javelin throw (F56-58)
 Gold Messaoud Nine Judo Men's Middleweight (90kg)
 Silver Samir Nouioua Athletics Men's 800m (T46)
 Silver Hakim Yahiaoui Athletics Men's Discus throw (F13)
 Bronze Mohamed Allek Athletics Men's 200m (T37)
 Bronze Omar Benchiheb Athletics Men's 1500m (T11)
 Bronze Khaled Hanani Athletics Men's 1500m (T37)
 Bronze Mohamed Aissaoui Athletics Men's 1500m (T46)
 Bronze Karim Betina Athletics Men's Club throw (F32/51)

Results by event

Athletics

Men–track
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Mohamed Aissaoui 800 m T46 1:59.24 4Q N/A 1:59.95 7
1500 m T46 N/A 4:02.06 3rd
5000 m T46 N/A 15:33.73 7
Mohamed Allek 200 m T37 25.11 2Q N/A 25.10 3rd
Omar Benchiheb 1500 m T11 N/A 4:14.62 3rd
5000 m T11 N/A 16:19.17 4
Hichem Fellahi 100 m T11 11.80 4Q 11.81 6Q 11.85 6
200 m T11 24.84 11Q 24.08 8Q DNS
Khaled Hanani 1500 m T37 N/A 4:26.05 3rd
Redouane Merah 100 m T12 DNF
200 m T12 DNS
400 m T12 1:02.71 13 Did not advance
Samir Nouioua 800 m T46 1:58.54 2Q N/A 1:58.71 2nd
1500 m T46 N/A 3:58.75 1st
5000 m T46 N/A 14:54.49 1st
Rezki Reguig 800 m T37 2:14.64 3Q N/A 2:13.87 6
1500 m T37 N/A 4:48.03 8
Farid Sehili 800 m T46 2:03.89 6Q N/A 1:59.66 5
1500 m T46 N/A 4:04.45 4
5000 m T46 N/A 17:06.40 17
Mustapha Thabet 800 m T37 2:16.12 7Q N/A 2:13.87 6
Men–field
Athlete Event Final
Result Rank
Karim Betina Club throw F32/51 29.17 3rd
Discus F32/51 DNS
Shot put F32 7.64 WR 1st
Hakim Yahiaoui Discus F13 44.81 2nd
Shot put F13 12.60 9
Women–field
Athlete Event Final
Result Rank
Sofia Djelal Discus F56-58 28.21 13
Shot put F56-58 9.17 7
Javelin F56-58 30.97 WR 1st
Nadia Medjmedj Discus F56-58 24.54 5
Shot put F56-58 9.79 WR 1st

Judo

Men
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals First repechage
round
Repechage
semifinals
Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Sid Ali Lamri +66 kg  Kallunki (FIN)
L 1000-0000
Did not advance
Messaoud Nine +90 kg  Stoskus (LTU)
W 0211S-0011S
 Jones (USA)
W 1000-0000
 Cugnon (FRA)
W
Bye  Kretsul (RUS)
W 0120S-0001
1st

Powerlifting

Women
Athlete Event Total lifted Rank
Saleha Annab +48 kg 67.5 8
Nacera Belarbi +67,5 kg NMR

See also

References

  1. ^ "Participation Numbers Athens 2004 Paralympic Games". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Medal Standings Athens 2004 Paralympic Games". International Paralympic Committee. Archived from the original on 5 June 2011. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
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