Sweden at the 2000 Summer Paralympics

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Sweden at the
2000 Summer Paralympics
Flag of Sweden.svg
IPC code SWE
NPC Swedish Parasports Federation
in Sydney
Competitors 88 in 12 sports
Flag bearer Håkan Ericsson[1]
Medals
Ranked 29th
Gold
5
Silver
6
Bronze
10
Total
21
Summer Paralympics appearances

Sweden competed at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, Australia, from 18 October to 29 October 2000.

Medalists

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Johnny Eriksson Table tennis Men's singles class 6
 Gold Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Men's free rifle 3×40 SH1
 Gold Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Mixed free rifle prone SH1
 Gold Thomas Johansson Shooting Mixed air rifle prone SH2
 Gold Thomas Johansson Shooting Mixed air rifle standing SH2
 Silver Håkan Ericsson Athletics Men's 100 m T54
 Silver Tim Johansson Athletics Men's 800 m T51
 Silver Madelene Nordlund Athletics Women's 200 m T53
 Silver Madelene Nordlund Athletics Women's 400 m T53
 Silver Håkan Ericsson Athletics Men's 1500 m T52
 Silver Nora Prochazka Swimming Women's 100 m breaststroke SB5
 Bronze Fredrik Andersson Table tennis Men's singles class 10
 Bronze Sofia Dettmann Athletics Women's 400 m T54
 Bronze Håkan Ericsson Athletics Men's 200 m T54
 Bronze Jan-Krister Gustavsson
Ernst Bolldén
Table tennis Men's teams class 5
 Bronze Victor Göransson Athletics Men's long jump F42
 Bronze Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Men's air rifle standing SH1
 Bronze Jonas Jacobsson Shooting Mixed air rifle prone SH1
 Bronze Mattias Karlsson Table tennis Men's singles class 6
 Bronze Helena Gustavsson
Malin Gustavsson
Josefine Jälmestål
Anna Nilsson
Lena Saarensalo
Sarah Winberg
Goalball Women's team
 Bronze Jimmy Björkstrand
Niklas Hultqvist
Torsten Karlsson
Boris Samuelsson
Mikael Stahl
Niklas Wetterström
Goalball Men's team

Competitors

Sweden's wheelchair rugby team in action against hosts Australia at the 2000 Games

At the 200 Paralympic Games Sweden sent 88 athletes competing for medals in 17 disciplines.[2]

Archery

Athletics

Equestrian

Goalball

Men

Women

Powerlifting

Sailing

Shooting

Swimming

Table tennis

Wheelchair basketball

Wheelchair rugby

Wheelchair tennis

Notes

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-10-08. Retrieved 2016-10-02.
  2. ^ "I morgon börjar festen – igen". aftonbladet.se (in Swedish). 17 October 2000. Retrieved 20 September 2015.

See also

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