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Friday 27 August

Daily Summary: 14

 

Day Fourteen of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games presents: Finals in 8 Disciplines

On 27 August 2004, fourteenth day of the Olympic Games ATHENS 2004, the Equestrian, Modern Pentathlon, Synchronised Swimming and Hockey events were completed.
Today it was Russia’s day in Athletics – it won six medals.
 
In Athletics, Robert KORZENIOWSKI from Poland was the gold medallist in Men’s 50km. Walk, leaving second place to the world recordman Denis NIZHEGORODOV (Russia). Aleksey VOYEVODIN, also from Russia, finished third.
In Men’s 110m. Hurdles, the Cina's Xiang LIU was today’s surprise. He finished first with time 12.91, (new Olympic record). The silver medal went to the Terrence TRAMMEL (USA) and the bronze to Anier GARCIA (Cuba). In Women’s Javelin Throw Cuba's Osleidys MENENDEZ won gold, achieving a new Olympic Record (71.53). Silver medal went to Steffi NERIUS (Germany) and bronze to Mirela Maniani (Greece).
In Women’s 10.000m., Chinese Huina XING won gold medal, finishing first from three runners from Ethiopia Ejegayehu DIBABA and Derartu TULU, who finished in the second and third place respectively. In Women’s 4 Χ 100m. Relay, Jamaica was first with 41.73 (new national record). Russia won the silver and France the bronze medal. In Men’s Pole Vault, the USA'sTimothy MACK won the gold medal jumping 5.95m. (new Olympic Record). The silver medal went to Toby STEVENSON (USA), and bronze to Italy's Giuseppe GIBILISCO.

Zsuzsanna VOROS from Hungary was the winner of Women’s Modern Pentathlon. Second was Jelena RUBLEVSKA (Latvia) and third Georgina HARLAND (G. Britain).

In the six Canoe / Kayak Flatwater Racing finals which took place, Germany won two gold medals: the first in Women’s’s Κ4 500m. and the second in Men’s Κ4 500m. In Men’s K1 1000m., winner was Eirik  Veraas  LARSEN from Norway and in Men’s C1 1000m. the Spanish David CAL. Sweden won the gold medal in Men’s K2 1000m. and Hungary in Men’s Κ4 1000m.
In Women’s Cycling Mountain Bike Cross Country winner was Gunn-Rita DAHLE from Norway. Second finished Marie-Helene PREMONT from Canada and third Sabine SPITZ.

In Taekwondo, the gold medals of the day went to Korea and Iran. In Women’s Under 57kg. category Won JANG Ji (KOR) beated Nia ABDALLAH (USA) in the Gold Medal Match, while in Men’s Under -68kg. category Hadi SAEI BONEHKOHAL (IRI) defeated Hsiung HUANG Chih (TPE).

In the Team Event Free Routine Final, which completed the schedule of Synchronised Swimming, in Olympic Aquatic Centre, Russia defended the gold medal they had won in Sydney, with a 99.667 points in total. Japan took silver and the USA bronze medal.

In the final of Individual Jumping Event, the last of the Equesrtian competitions, the Irish Cian O’CONNOR won gold, while in Hockey, Australia won Holland in the final to take gold medal in the Olympic Tournament.


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News

bullet Volleyball: Men : Semifinals - Brazil, Italy through to the final
bullet Hockey: Men : Australia wins its first gold as Hockey tournament closes
bullet Gymnastics Rhythmic: Individual All-Around : Ten finalists through after qualifications
bullet Water Polo: Men: The highly coveted gold medal claimed by HUN and SCG
bullet Basketball: Women : USA, Australia roar into final rematch
bullet Taekwondo: Men's Under 68kg : SAEI BONEHKOHAL (IRI) gets gold
bullet Water Polo: Men :AZEVEDO led USA to victory
bullet Canoe / Kayak Flatwater Racing: FISCHER takes eight - now on target for ninth Olympic title
bullet Volleyball: Women : Semifinals - Cuba out of the Olympic final after 12 years
bullet Basketball: Men : Undefeated Lithuania, Argentina, Italy and USA to semis
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Medals

Cycling Mountain Bike
Medallists
Women Cross Country
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
SilverDAHLE  Gunn-RitaNorway NOR
SilverPREMONT  Marie-HeleneCanada CAN
BronzeSPITZ  SabineGermany GER
  CMW021000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 131047000

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Mens 110m Hurdles
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
LIU  Xiang
China CHN
TRAMMELL  Terrence
United States USA
GARCIA  Anier
Cuba CUB
  ATM012000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 213903059

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Mens Pole Vault
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
MACK  Timothy
United States USA
STEVENSON  Toby
United States USA
GIBILISCO  Giuseppe
Italy ITA
  ATM072000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 234441106

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Mens 50km Walk
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
KORZENIOWSKI  Robert
Poland POL
NIZHEGORODOV  Denis
Russia RUS
VOYEVODIN  Aleksey
Russia RUS
  ATM095000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 113433303

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Womens Javelin Throw
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
MENENDEZ  Osleidys
Cuba CUB
NERIUS  Steffi
Germany GER
MANJANI  Mirela
Greece GRE
  ATW053000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 222014075

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Womens Long Jump
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
LEBEDEVA  Tatyana
Russia RUS
SIMAGINA  Irina
Russia RUS
KOTOVA  Tatyana
Russia RUS
  ATW061000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 215547091

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Womens 10,000m
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
XING  Huina
China CHN
DIBABA  Ejegayehu
Ethiopia ETH
TULU  Derartu
Ethiopia ETH
  ATW100000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 224746466

  Atos Origin
Canoe/Kayak Flatwater
Medallists
Mens K1 1000m
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldLARSEN Eirik  VeraasNorway NOR
SilverFOUHY  BenNew Zealand NZL
Bronzevan KOEVERDEN  AdamCanada CAN
  CFM111000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 083732267

  Atos Origin
Canoe/Kayak Flatwater
Medallists
Mens C1 1000m
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldCAL  DavidSpain ESP
SilverDITTMER  AndreasGermany GER
BronzeVAJDA  AttilaHungary HUN
  CFM211000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 085908689

  Atos Origin
Equestrian
Medallists
Individual Jumping
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalRiderHorseNOC
GoldO'CONNOR Cian
WATERFORD CRYSTAL
Ireland IRL
SilverPESSOA Rodrigo
BALOUBET DU ROUET
Brazil BRA
BronzeKAPPLER Chris
ROYAL KALIBER
United States USA
  EQX002000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 220431000

  Atos Origin
Modern Pentathlon
Medallists
Women
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldVOROS  Zsuzsanna
Hungary HUN
SilverRUBLEVSKA  Jelena
Latvia LAT
BronzeHARLAND  Georgina
Great Britain GBR
Note
  MPW001000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 184646751

  Atos Origin
TaekWondo
Medallists
Mens Under 68kg
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldSAEI BONEHKOHAL  Hadi
I. R. Iran IRI
SilverHUANG Chih  Hsiung
Chinese Taipei TPE
BronzeSONG Myeong  Seob
Korea KOR
  TKM068000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 195049000

  Atos Origin
TaekWondo
Medallists
Womens Under 57kg
FRI 27 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldJANG Ji  Won
Korea KOR
SilverABDALLAH  Nia
United States USA
BronzeSALAZAR BLANCO  Iridia
Mexico MEX
  TKW057000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040827 / Time: 193434000

  Atos Origin