Athletics – Men’s Long Jump Final and Ceremony (F20)

The final and ceremony for the Men’s Long Jump events (F20):

19:00 JST – Final Results: View Results

  1. Abdul Latif Romly (Malaysia, MAS)
  2. Athanasios Prodromou (Greece, GRE)
  3. Nicholas Hum (Australia, AUS)
  4. Kanta Kokubo (Japan, JPN)
  5. Zoran Talic (Croatia, CRO)
  6. Hassan Dawshi (Saudi Arabia, KSA)
  7. Ranki Oberoi (Netherlands, NED)
  8. Roberto Carlos Chala Espinoza (Ecuador, ECU)
  9. Eddy Capdor (Mauritius. MRI)
  10. Damian Josue Carcelen Delgado (Ecuador, ECU)
  11. Nikki Tang (Hong Kong, HKG)

DNS: 

  1. Gustavo Henrique de Oliveira Dias (Brazil, BRA)

Athletics/F20
Country: Australia (AUS)
Born: 29 January 1993
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #5 – Long Jump – 2011 Christchurch, New Zealand
– World #8 – Long Jump – 2013 Lyon, France
– World #10 – Long Jump – 2015 Doha, Qatar
#4 – 400m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #5 – 400m – 2017 London, Great Britain

Bio: Nicholas is an Australian athlete from Victoria who specialises in Long Jump (F20). He has consistently placed in the top 10 at international competitions since 2011, previously placing 5th at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games.

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Athletics/T20
Country: Brazil (BRA)
Born: 5 May 2000
Events: 400m, Long Jump

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Athletics/T20
Country: Croatia (CRO)
Born: 23 June 1990
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #4 – Long Jump – 2011 Christchurch, New Zealand
– #2 – Long Jump – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #2 – Long Jump – 2013 Lyon, France
– World #2 – Long Jump – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #2 – 400m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #2 – Long Jump – 2017 London, Great Britain
– European #1 – Long Jump – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– World #6 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #1 – Long Jump – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Zoran’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Ecuador (ECU)
Born: 3 August 1998
Events: 400m, Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– #4 – 400m – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #12 – Long Jump – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #2 – 400m – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #10 – Long Jump – 2017 London, Great Britain
– World #4 – 400m – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Damian Josue’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Ecuador (ECU)
Born: 14 July 1998
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #3 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Roberto Carlos’ IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Greece (GRE)
Born: 3 February 1994
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #5 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– European #2 – Long Jump – 2021 Bydgoszcz, Poland

View Athanasios’ IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Hong Kong (HKG)
Born: 29 July 1998
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #13 – Long Jump – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #7 – Long Jump – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta
– World #15 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Nikki’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Japan (JPN)
Born: 21 June 1999
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– #2 – Long Jump – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta
– World #8 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Kanta’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Born: 6 June 1991
Event: Long Jump

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Athletics/T20
Country: Malaysia (MAS)
Born: 31 March 1997
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #1 – Long Jump – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #1 – Long Jump – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #1 – Long Jump – 2017 London, Great Britain
– #1 – Long Jump – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta
– World #2 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Abdul’s IPC Profile page

Athletics/T20
Country: Mauritius (MRI)
Born: 25 September 1999
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #7 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Athletics/T20
Country: Netherlands (NED)
Born: 21 September 1993
Event: Long Jump
Result/Rank:
– World #3 – Triple Jump – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– World #5 – Long Jump – 2015 Doha, Qatar
– #4 – Long Jump – 2016 Rio Olympics
– World #4 – Long Jump – 2017 London, Great Britain
– European #3 – Long Jump – 2018 Berlin, Germany
– World #1 – Long Jump – 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

View Ranki’s IPC Profile page

 

Date

Sep 04 2021
Expired!

Time

Japan Standard Time
19:00 - 22:00
Category

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