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Uzbekistan at the Paralympics

 

Uzbekistan at the Paralympics

Uzbekistan at the Paralympic Games

Flag of Uzbekistan
IPC code  UZB
NPC Uzbekistan National Paralympic Association
Paralympic history
Summer Games
Winter Games
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.[1]

Uzbekistan will be taking part in its first Winter Paralympics when it competes in the Sochi Winter Paralympics in 2014.

It won its first Paralympic medal, a silver, at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London.

Full results for Uzbekistan at the Paralympics

Name Games Sport Event Score Rank
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

See also

References

  1. ^ Uzbekistan at the Paralympics, International Paralympic Committee


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