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Sweden at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

 

Sweden at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

Sweden at the Paralympic Games

Flag of Sweden
IPC code  SWE
NPC Swedish Parasports Federation
At the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens
Competitors 41
Medals
Rank: 21
Gold
8
Silver
7
Bronze
6
Total
21
Paralympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games

Sweden competed at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. The team included 41 athletes, 32 men and 9 women.[1] Competitors from Sweden won 21 medals, including 8 gold, 7 silver and 6 bronze to finish 21st in the medal table.[2]

Medalists

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Sandra Eriksson Swimming Women's 50 m butterfly S4
 Gold Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Men's air rifle standing SH1
 Gold Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Men's free rifle 3x40 SH1
 Gold Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Mixed air rifle prone SH1
 Gold Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Mixed free rifle prone SH1
 Gold Anders Olsson Swimming Men's 400 m freestyle S6
 Gold Iréne Slättengren Equestrian Individual championship dressage GII
 Gold Iréne Slättengren Equestrian Individual freestyle dressage GII
 Silver Fredrik Andersson Table tennis Men's singles class 10
 Silver Mikael Aspegren
Jimmy Björkstrand
Niklas Hultgvist
Oskar Kuus
Mikael Rendahl
Boris Samuelsson
Goalball Men's tournament
 Silver Marleen Bengtsson Kovacs Table tennis Women's singles class 6–8
 Silver Anders Grönberg Archery Men's W1
 Silver Thomas Johansson Shooting Mixed air rifle standing SH2
 Silver Tim Johansson Athletics Men's 200 metres T51
 Silver Madelene Nordlund Athletics Women's 400 metres T53
 Bronze Fredrik Andersson
Magnus Andrée
Table tennis Men's teams class 6–7
 Bronze Simon Itkonen
Linus Lönnberg
Table tennis Men's teams class 10
 Bronze Madelene Nordlund Athletics Women's 800 metres T53
 Bronze Anders Olsson Swimming Men's 50 m freestyle S6
 Bronze Anders Olsson Swimming Men's 100 m freestyle S6
 Bronze Viktoria Wedin Shooting Mixed air rifle standing SH2

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. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
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