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Talk:Fifteen medals awarded on London Paralympics fourth night of track and field

Journalist notesEdit

Start listsEdit

If you count these up, they add to 15. --LauraHale (talk) 23:08, 2 September 2012 (UTC)                              


  • Assuming these two were not finals: (Brian McNeil / talk 09:40, 3 September 2012 (UTC))

   

Schedule for eventsEdit

SUN 02 - 19:00 Men's 400m - T12 Round 1



Reports

SUN 02 - 19:05

Men's Javelin Throw - F44 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 19:24

Women's 200m - T11 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 19:30

Men's 200m - T46 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 19:42

Men's 100m - T52 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 19:45

Women's Long Jump - F46 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 19:48

Men's 100m - T36 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 19:54

Women's 100m - T12 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 20:11

Men's 400m - T53 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 20:17

Women's 100m - T37 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 20:35

Men's 100m - T54 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 20:41

Men's 400m - T13 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 20:45

Men's Discus Throw - F11 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 20:58

Women's 100m - T53 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 21:15

Men's 200m - T44 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 21:32

Women's 100m - T44 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add

SUN 02 - 21:49

Men's 5000m - T54 Final Scheduled Olympic Stadium Start List Reports Add Items 1 to 30 of 30

ResultsEdit

  1. File:Women's 200m - T11 Final.pdf Women's 200m T11
    1 1049 GUILHERMINA Terezinha BRA 3 OCT 1978 T11 4 0.240 24.82 PR
    Guide SOARES de SANTANA Guilherme BRA 9 AUG 1983
    2 1052 SANTOS Jerusa Geber BRA 26 APR 1982 T11 8 0.215 26.32
    Guide BARBOZA DA SILVA Luiz Henrique BRA 25 MAR 1987
    3 1053 SANTOS Jhulia BRA 18 SEP 1991 T11 2 0.178 26.65 PB
    Guide DIAS de OLIVEIRA SILVA Fabio BRA 5 APR 1984
  2. File:Men's 200m - T46 Final.pdf Men's 200m T46
    1 2086 NASCIMENTO Yohansson BRA 25 SEP 1987 T45 5 22.05 WR
    2 2210 GONZALEZ ISIDORIA Raciel CUB 31 MAR 1991 T46 7 22.15
    3 2041 PATMORE Simon AUS 29 AUG 1987 T46 6 22.36
    4 2217 ARESTI Antonis CYP 15 FEB 1983 T46 4 22.40 RR
  3. File:Men's 100m - T52 Final.pdf Men's 100m T52
    1 2831 MARTIN Raymond USA 2 JAN 1994 T52 4 17.02
    2 2534 HERNANDEZ MONDRAGON Salvador MEX 31 DEC 1963 T52 5 17.64
    3 2833 NITZ Paul USA 9 MAR 1969 T52 7 17.99
    4 2713 BOESCH Beat SUI 27 NOV 1971 T52 6 18.41
  4. File:Men's 100m - T36 Final.pdf Men's 100m T36
    1 2682 SHVETCOV Evgenii RUS 28 FEB 1988 T36 7 12.08 PR
    2 2305 BALLARD Graeme GBR 19 JUN 1979 T36 4 12.24
    3 2805 PAVLYK Roman UKR 1 DEC 1983 T36 6 12.26 =PB
    4 2374 SO Wa Wai HKG 6 OCT 1981 T36 8 12.28 SB
  5. File:Women's 100m - T12 Final.pdf Women's 100m T12
    1 1099 ZHOU Guohua CHN 10 OCT 1990 T12 6 0.187 12.05
    Guide LI Jie CHN 2 OCT 1987
    2 1150 CLEGG Libby GBR 24 MAR 1990 T12 4 0.152 12.13 RR
    Guide HUGGINS Mikail GBR 29 NOV 1983
    3 1385 BOTURCHUK Oxana UKR 12 SEP 1984 T12 1 0.178 12.18 PB
    4 1101 ZHU Daqing CHN 25 FEB 1990 T12 8 0.200 12.20
    Guide ZHANG Hui CHN 15 JUN 1988
  6. File:Men's 400m - T53 Final.pdf Men's 400m T53
    1 2147 LI Huzhao CHN 18 JAN 1989 T53 7 49.70 SB
    2 2123 LAKATOS Brent CAN 1 JUN 1980 T53 5 50.17
    3 2031 COLMAN Richard AUS 28 NOV 1984 T53 6 50.24
    4 2171 YU Shiran CHN 5 NOV 1984 T53 8 50.92 PB
  7. File:Women's 100m - T37 Final.pdf Women's 100m T37
    1 1138 FRANCOIS-ELIE Mandy FRA 27 SEP 1989 T37 4 14.08 RR
    2 1280 BENSON Johanna NAM 17 FEB 1990 T37 2 14.23 RR
    3 1364 BAHI Neda TUN 1 JAN 1992 T37 8 14.36 PB
    4 1185 SEIFERT Maria GER 15 MAY 1991 T37 5 14.37
  8. File:Men's 100m - T54 Final.pdf Men's 100m T54
    1 2278 TAHTI Leo Pekka FIN 22 JUN 1983 T54 4 13.79
    2 2152 LIU Yang CHN 10 APR 1990 T54 6 13.92
    3 2744 KONJEN Saichon THA 30 MAR 1983 T54 5 14.10 =PB
    4 2134 CUI Yanfeng CHN 9 OCT 1987 T54 7 14.11
  9. File:Men's 400m - T13 Final.pdf Men's 400m T13
    1 2673 LABZIN Alexey RUS 7 DEC 1978 T13 2 0.168 48.59 PR,RR
    2 2687 ZVEREV Alexander RUS 7 NOV 1989 T13 6 0.173 48.83 PB
    3 2505 AMGUOUN Mohamed MAR 8 NOV 1988 T13 5 0.209 49.45
    4 2364 PROTOS Ioannis GRE 26 SEP 1982 T13 8 0.241 49.67 SB
  10. File:Women's 100m - T53 Final.pdf Women's 100m T53
    1 1075 HUANG Lisha CHN 10 SEP 1988 T53 3 16.42 SB
    2 1100 ZHOU Hongzhuan CHN 12 DEC 1988 T53 2 16.90 PB
    3 1015 BALLARD Angela AUS 6 JUN 1982 T53 9 17.14 RR
    4 1404 GALLI Jessica USA 1 DEC 1983 T53 4 17.42
  11. File:Women's Long Jump - F46 Final.pdf Women's long-jump F46
    1 1332 RODOMAKINA Nikol RUS 14 FEB 1993 F46 5.63
    2 1016 BEATTIE Carlee AUS 9 SEP 1982 F46 5.57
    3 1085 OUYANG Jingling CHN 27 DEC 1987 F46 5.41
    4 1048 FINDER Sheila BRA 15 AUG 1979 F46 5.07
  12. File:Women's 100m - T44 Final.pdf Women's 100m T44
    1 1140 le FUR Marie-Amelie FRA 26 SEP 1988 T44 4 13.26
    2 1285 van RHIJN Marlou NED 22 OCT 1991 T43 6 13.32
    3 1405 HOLMES April USA 11 MAR 1973 T44 5 13.33 SB
    4 1177 GREEN Katrin GER 16 FEB 1985 T44 7 13.61 SB
  13. File:Women's 100m - T53 Final.pdf Women's 100m T53
    1 1075 HUANG Lisha CHN 10 SEP 1988 T53 3 16.42 SB
    2 1100 ZHOU Hongzhuan CHN 12 DEC 1988 T53 2 16.90 PB
    3 1015 BALLARD Angela AUS 6 JUN 1982 T53 9 17.14 RR
    4 1404 GALLI Jessica USA 1 DEC 1983 T53 4 17.42
  14. File:Men's 200m - T44 Final.pdf Men's 200m T44
    1 2087 OLIVEIRA Alan Fonteles Cardoso BRA 21 AUG 1992 T43 7 21.45 RR
    2 2642 PISTORIUS Oscar RSA 22 NOV 1986 T43 4 21.52
    3 2830 LEEPER Blake USA 31 AUG 1989 T43 5 22.46
    4 2636 FOURIE Arnu RSA 23 APR 1985 T44 6 22.49 WR
  15. File:Men's 5000m - T54 Final.pdf Men's 5,000m T54
    1 2326 WEIR David GBR 5 JUN 1979 T54 2 11:07.65
    2 2032 FEARNLEY Kurt AUS 23 MAR 1981 T54 3 11:07.90
    3 2284 CASOLI Julien FRA 5 JUL 1982 T54 6 11:08.07
    4 2716 HUG Marcel SUI 16 JAN 1986 T54 1 11:08.16

General commentaryEdit

There is a host for this evening who started talking at 6:25. 6 Paralympic and 4 world records set in the morning session. Great Britain fans are in the house. There is one South African flag the presenter pointed out, and she mentioned Oscar.--LauraHale (talk) 17:26, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

There are little remote controlled cards that collect the javelins that are thrown. A judge puts it onto the car and the car is then sent back to the athlete with the javelin.--LauraHale (talk) 17:37, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Men's javelin was warming up by 18:38. --LauraHale (talk) 17:38, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

The commentators repeatedly explained classification. There were also videos that did this too. --LauraHale (talk) 17:40, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Athletics is the sport which has the most competitors by sport, with over 1,000 competitiors. There are 96 gold medals awarded in track. 15 are being awarded tonight. --LauraHale (talk) 17:41, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

As players round the track, the wall of sound travels with them. This happened in the first two heats. Was told by an Aussie before coming to this event that this is the case at other ones last night. --LauraHale (talk) 18:10, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

On the loudspeaker, they said 75,000 people were in the stands.--LauraHale (talk) 18:11, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

In the T12 for 200M events, they can run with a guide runner but are not required. --LauraHale (talk) 18:11, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Commentator talked about how GB was second on the medal count and the crowd went absolutely nuts. --LauraHale (talk)

Camera lights went off repeatedly as runners raced around the track following their progrress.

As USA javelin guy in F44 final threw, the crowd clapped ryhtmically. Tonga has a competitor in this event. He threw before the Australian.--LauraHale (talk) 18:28, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

During javelin the throw, when other runners were not on the track, there were loud ooooohs and aaaahs when the javelin was in the air.--LauraHale (talk) 18:31, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

In the women's 200m T11 start, if the guide runner finished ahead of the runner, the runner was disqualfiied annoucner says. Quiet required for the start. --LauraHale (talk) 18:32, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

When they gave the Pom his medal for discus and played the national anthem, the whole crowd sang it and the sound was deafening. Huge number of flags waving. --LauraHale (talk) 18:49, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Brazilian journalists came down for 200m race and then departed immediately after that. They screamed loudly for their athlete.

The commentator said the weather was perfect for springint. It was just a bit chilly but not so much.

The crowd was behind all the athletes, no matter the country. World record holders got slightly louder cheers when introduced. --LauraHale (talk) 18:53, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

As some of the wheelchair races raced, their heads bobbed up and down. (T52.) --LauraHale (talk) 18:56, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

men's 100m t36 final had second place GB finish and the crowd went nuts when this was shown on the board. --LauraHale (talk) 19:03, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Long jump going on concurrently after Javelin finished. --LauraHale (talk) 19:07, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Huge roar when GBR finished second in women's 100m t12. China finished first and 4th. Less than 0.2 seconds separting the unners. Team GB ran around part of track with their flag following silver medal winning run and got wall of sournd.--LauraHale (talk) 19:14, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

After she finished her lap, her coach gave her an absolutely huge hug. The guide runner bumped fists with the GB athlets in the athlet seating section. Then the runner got hugs from them over the bar. --LauraHale (talk) 19:23, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

AS they ran celberatory lap, a medal was given out from earlier that some one earned.

Nambian did not use a starting block for the women 100 m t37 event. She finished second. --LauraHale (talk) 19:34, 2 September 2012 (UTC) Nambibia got a big cheer in the women 100m T37 event. A bit louder cheerign for commonwealth countries when not GB nations announced. --LauraHale (talk) 19:34, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Another medal given. During the previous one for hte USA , no one sang along and did not see any USA flags waving. The Russian was given a medal and no one sang and no flag waving.

Easy to see who is next in a race based on which media/NPC decides to sit next to me.--LauraHale (talk)

After Russian won gold and Claire Beatty of Australia won silver in the long jump, the discus was was started for the men. --LauraHale (talk) 19:58, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

he women's 100 m T37 had a big delay in announcing bronze given the little length of time between races. --LauraHale (talk) 20:00, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

When Libby was awarded her medal, the crowd again went nuts and were not near as loud when the Chinese gold medalists were announced.

Gate to get to the field of play is right next to me. All night long, photographers have been asking about oscar and where he runs and where they can set up on the field of play. They also came and went on and off field of play when there runners were on the field. Not many assian photographers though. I know one was from cyrpus. Most were white. --LauraHale (talk) 20:19, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Men's F11 (blind hi!) discuss final going on. The competitors have guides who position them in the centre and point them straight ahead so they know where they are throwing. Poms are getting great big cheers. They wear blindfolds when competing or dark glasses.--LauraHale (talk) 20:20, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Team Australia had APC people out in force sitting behind or in the back of the press tribunes and in the Paralympic family area. They always stood when Aussies were getting medals.

When they announced Oscar had entered the field of play, the crowd gavea huge cheer. --LauraHale (talk) 20:35, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

Not joking, they did announcement throughout the night as to when Oscar's race would start the lights going off when they introduced his race WERE INSANE. It was like pop pop pop with lights and Oscar got a huge cheer compared to people on both sides of him in the men's 200m T44 race (Bausch from SUI and Leepers of the USA) .--LauraHale (talk) 20:42, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

When the French had their gold medal ceremony, the national team athletes in the athlete seating section loudly sang their national anthem and waved their flag. They were the first team to really do this during a medal ceremony all night. --LauraHale (talk) 20:51, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

The GB cheer does not end. Also, STILL loud. --LauraHale (talk) 21:02, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

In the women's 100 T44 women, France won gold and fell over at the finish but got up and celebrated a lot, getting a hug from team USA runner. --LauraHale (talk) 21:05, 2 September 2012 (UTC)

aNGIE bALLARDEdit

APC MEDIA RELEASE

Sunday 02 September 2012


Australia medals in every final contested Sunday night


ATHLETICS team manager Andrew Faichney was grinning ear to ear after Australia claimed a medal in every one of the five finals contested by the home team in the Olympic Park Stadium on Sunday night.

Add the evening medal haul to Kelly Cartwright’s gold in the long jump (T42-44) and Christie Dawes’ breakthrough bronze in the 5000m (T54) in the morning session, and Australia came away with seven medals in a day’s work – 1 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze.

``It was fantastic. There were so many sensational performances from our team,’’ Faichney said. ``Every athlete was able to perform to medal standard, or close, which is what they all come here to do. It was fantastic to watch.’’

Simon Patmore (Qld) opened the show tonight with a heroic bronze in the 200m (T46) final, after he strained his left hamstring coming off the bend.

``I was very lucky to get bronze. I felt my hammy go but there was no way I was going to let go and stop,’’ he said. ``The thought went through my mind. But I said `Nah, it’s not going to happen; not today’ and look where it got me.’’

Patmore took bronze in the event at the 2001 world titles in Christchurch but is on debut in London and has come away with a maiden medal.

``Simon ran a strong race and the dip was great,’’ he said referring to Patmore throwing himself at the line, to force officials to check the photo with fourth placegetter and gold medallist in New Zealand, Antonis Aresti (Cyprus).

``It got him a bronze medal which is a great result for him,’’ Faichney said.

Then the T53 wheelchair of Richard Colman (Vic) in the 400m and Angie Ballard (NSW) in the 100m both collected bronze medals. Madison de Rozario was fifth.

``It's a huge result for Angie. She is here at her fourth Games and to end up with a podium finish will do wonders for her confidence. It was very pleasing to see her in the medal ceremony,’’ Faichney said.

Ballard said: ``It’s really good especially after how I did at Beijing. So to go home with a medal is great. Hopefully I can do more with that over the rest of the week.’’

Colman is becoming `Mr Consistent’ since he took the same colour medal for the same event in Beijing.

``I am. I just seem to be getting that bronze all the time,’’ he said. ``It’s still a good feeling to finally have raced and done it. I’m through that one now – the first event of the Games.

``It’s been a long four years and this has been a tough year, so I’m glad I got a medal here. All the hard work has paid off.’’

Coach Brett Jones had a double celebration when Carlee Beattie took silver in the long jump (F46) after Patmore’s bronze.

``It was a great jump from Carlee. She was under a lot of pressure but she delivered,’’ Faichney said.

Beattie certainly did apply the blow torch to herself fouling her first two jumps and then her fourth.

``Initially I wasn’t too worried after the first one because it felt like a good jump. But then by third and fourth jumps I was starting to get a little frustrated and worried,’’ she said. ``I just wanted to get a jump on the board.

``I’m stoked with the silver medal – that’s amazing. But I’m not all that happy with my jumping. I know I can do better than that.’’

The last final on Sunday night was the one the whole stadium had stayed for, even though Oscar Pistorius had been beaten earlier in the night in the 200m (T44) by Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira of Brazil.

Fearnley took on the world record holder for the 5000m (T54) Marcel Hug of Switzerland, and the home town favourite David Weir or Great Britain.

Weir took the honours with Fearnley happy with silver. Hug took bronze. Like Colman, Fearnley had taken the same medal in Beijing for the 5km after gold in Athens.

``I went as hard as was available to me on the day. I just wanted to stay near the front so when the attacks came, I was going to be there,’’ Fearnley said. ``On that last 50 he maxed out and I was hoping he’d slow up a little. He’s got some good legs, or arms, in him.

``I’m in pretty nick. With 250 to go I was feeling fairly confident `I’ve got this’. I was giving myself the whip and felt I could come home strong. Again he kicked on. The better man won on the night.’’

Faichney said the duel between the 10 quality wheelchair racers over 12 laps was magnificent theatre in an incredible stadium.

``That was unbelievable race. Not just between Kurt and David Weir but the whole field. The noise for the entire 5000m was amazing and it gave Weir a lift,’’ he said. ``But Kurt is a great competitor and raced extremely well. He should be proud of that performance and the result.’’


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Tim Mannionl General Manager, Communications

CommentsEdit

The third paragraph seems out of place. That there are media and Paralympic Committees at a Paralympic event isn't really noteworthy... it's sort of expected. Anyway, I've reviewed one of the other Paralympic stories, but I have to go out now. —Tom Morris (talk) 08:07, 3 September 2012 (UTC)

  • I've culled out the remark about security, I may cull more related to that part. --Brian McNeil / talk 09:43, 3 September 2012 (UTC)

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