Athletics – Men’s 1500m Final and Ceremony (T20)

The Finals and Ceremony for the Men’s 1500m events (T20):

10:13 JST – Final Results: View Results

  1. Owen Miller (Great Britain, GBR)
  2. Alexandr Rabotnitskii (Russia, RPC)
  3. Ndiaga Dieng (Italy, ITA)
  4. Michael (Mikey) Brannigan (United States of America, USA)
  5. Daiki Akai (Japan, JPN)
  6. Pavel Sarkeev (Russia, RPC)
  7. Daniel Pek (Poland, POL)
  8. Yuki Iwata (Japan, JPN)
  9. Yuji Togawa (Japan, JPN)
  10. Carmelo Rivera Fuentes (Puerto Rico, PUR)
  11. Cristiano Pereira (Portugal, POR)
  12. Sandro Patricio Correia Baessa (Portugal, POR)
  13. Pavlo Voluikevych (Ukraine, UKR)
  14. Gael Geffroy (France, FRA)

Athletics/T20
Country: France (FRA)
Born: 16 July 1999
Events: 1500m
Result/Rank:
– European #6 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Gael’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Great Britain (GBR)
Born: 1 November 1991
Event: 1500m
Result/Rank:
– European #6 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Owen’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Italy (ITA)
Born: 17 July 1999
Events: 400m, 1500m
Result/Rank:
– European #3 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Ndiaga’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Japan (JPN)
Born: 12 March 1999
Event: 1500m
Result/Rank:
– #2 – 1500m – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta
– World #7 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Daiki’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Japan (JPN)
Born: 12 September 1998
Event: 1500m

View Yuki’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Japan (JPN)
Born: 20 September 1996
Event: 1500m
Result/Rank:
– #3 – 1500m – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta

View Yuji’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Poland (POL)
Born: 28 November 1991
Event: 1500m
Results/Rank:
– #2 – 1500m – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #2 – 1500m – 2013 Lyon, France
– World #5 – 1500m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #2 – 1500m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #10 – 400m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– European #3 – 1500m – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– European #3 – 800m – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– World #3 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– World #14 – 400m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #13 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Daniel’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Portugal (POR)
Born: 29 March 1999
Events: 400m, 1500m
Result/Rank:
– European #1 – 400m – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– European #1 – 800m – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– World #2 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– World #9 – 400m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– World #4 – 400m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland
– World #8 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Sandro Patricio’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Portugal (POR)
Born: 22 May 1996
Event: 1500m
Results/Rank:
– World #12 – 1500m – 2013 Lyon, France
– World #4 – 800m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– World #6 – 1500m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #7 – 1500m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #1 – 5000m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 1500m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #12 – 800m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– European #1 – 1500m – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– World #10 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #5 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Cristiano’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Puerto Rico (PUR)
Born: 8 March 1989
Event: 1500m

View Carmelo’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Russia (RPC)
Born: 21 September 1993
Event: 1500m
Results/Rank:
– World #1 – 800m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– World #3 – 1500m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– World #1 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #1 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Alexandr’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Russia (RPC)
Born: 24 July 1994
Event: 1500m
Results/Rank:
– World #5 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #2 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Pavel’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Ukraine (UKR)
Born: 11 July 1994
Event: 1500m
Results/Rank:
– #5 – 1500m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #3 – 5000m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #5 – 1500m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– European #2 – 1500m – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– World #4 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #4 – 1500m – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Pavlo’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: America (USA)
Born: 12 November 1996
Event: 1500m
Result/Rank:
– World #1 – 1500m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– World #2 – 5000m – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #1 – 1500m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #1 – 1500m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #1 – 800m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 5000m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #14 – 1500m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Bio: Michael ‘Mikey’ Brannigan is a 1500m (T20) runner from the United States. He is the first paralympic athlete to break the 4 mile barrier in the 1500m, and is the current defending champion, having won gold in the event at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games.

View Mikey’s IPC Profile page

 

Date

Sep 03 2021
Expired!

Time

Japan Standard Time
09:30 - 12:55
Category

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