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Wednesday 25 August

Daily Summary: 12

 

Day twelve of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games

One world record was broken today in Men’s +105kg Weightlifting category, while in Athletics a new world junior record was set in the Women’s 200m Final and a new Olympic record in Women's Hammer Throw.
Other highlights of the day include the gold medal matches in Baseball and Men’s Beach Volleyball and a spectacular finish in the Women’s Triathlon.

Greece’s Fani Chalkia won the first gold medal of the competition day in Athletics, crossing first the finishing line in Women’s 400m Hurdles. Romania’s Ionela Tirlea-Manolache was second and Ukraine’s Tetiana Tereshchuk-Antipova third. In Women's 200m it was Jamaica's Veronica Campbell who finished first to win her second medal in the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games, while 19 year old Allyson Felix came second and USA's Debbie Ferguson from Bahamas third. 
Russia’s Olga Kuzenkova won gold medal with a new Olympic record in Women's Hammer Throw.

Iran’s Hossein Reza Zadeh set a new world record (Clean & Jerk) in the Men’s +105 kg Weightlifting and won the competition.

Kate Allen from Austria “snatched’ gold medal with spectacular fashion in Women's Triathlon, propelling herself into the lead just a few hundred meters before the finishing line and leaving Australia’s Loretta Harrop second and USA’s Susan Williams third.

The Baseball gold medal went to Cuba, who won Australia in the final, and bronze to Japan, who won Canada in the morning.

This was also the last day of the Men’s Beach Volleyball. Brazil won the gold medal and left silver to Spain in the last match of the Olympic Tournament, while earlier Switzerland won Australia to take bronze.

In Sailing's Men’s Mistral, Israel’s Gal Fridman won his country’s first Olympic gold medal ever. Greece's Nikos Kaklamanakis won silver and Great Britain’s Nick Dempsey bronze. In Women’s Mistral, gold went to France’s Faustine Merret, silver  to China's Jian Yin and bronze to Italy's Alessandra Sensini.

Four finals took place in Men’s Greco-Roman Wrestilng. Gold medals went to Russia's Gueidar Mamedaliev (55kg), Turkey's Seref Eroglu (66kg), Sweden's Ara Abrahamian (84kg) and (Kazakhstan’s) Georgiy Tsurtsumia (120 kg).

In Cycling Track, Ryan BAYLEY (Australia) won his second gold medal in Men Keirin, while the Men’s Madison gold went also to Australia’s team. Russia’s Olga SLYUSAREVA won the Women's Points Race Final.

In Equestrian, Anky van Grunsven (Netherlands) renewed her gold medal from Sydney in Individual Dressage. Finally, Russia's Anastasia Davydova and Anastasia Ermakova won the gold medal in Duet Free Routine, the first Synchronised Swimming final.


Results of the Day   Image Gallery

News

bullet Beach Volleyball: Men: Favourites win gold, but history is made on finals day
bullet Sailing: Tornado : Favourites Austria reclaims the lead
bullet Sailing: Star : GRAEL and FERREIRA (BRA) extend their lead
bullet Cycling Track: DAY 6 : Two Australian gold and SLYUSAREVA (RUS) too strong
bullet Sailing: Women's Mistral : MERRET (FRA) overtakes SENSINI (ITA) for gold
bullet Sailing: Men's Mistral : FRIDMAN wins first gold ever for Israel
bullet Canoe / Kayak Flatwater Racing: Canoe/Kayak Flatwater: Favourites succeed at Schinias
bullet Handball: Men : Final four decided in Men's Handball
bullet Baseball: Australia and Cuba advance to gold medal game
bullet Football: Men : Latin American battle for the gold medal
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Medals

Cycling Track
Medalists
Mens Keirin
WED 25 AUG 2004
Men  Keirin
MedalNameNOC
GoldBAYLEY  RyanAustralia AUS
SilverESCUREDO  JoseSpain ESP
BronzeKELLY  ShaneAustralia AUS
  CTM008000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 195431000

  Atos Origin
Cycling Track
Medalists
Women Points Race
WED 25 AUG 2004
Women  Points Race
MedalNameNOC
GoldSLYUSAREVA  OlgaRussia RUS
SilverGUERRERO MENDEZ  BelemMexico MEX
BronzeMIRABELLA  ErinUnited States USA
  CTW004000 / ver: 2.0 / C92A / Date: 20040829 / Time: 171132000

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Womens 200m
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
CAMPBELL  Veronica
Jamaica JAM
FELIX  Allyson
United States USA
FERGUSON  Debbie
Bahamas BAH
  ATW002000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 232443224

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Womens 400m Hurdles
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
HALKIA  Fani
Greece GRE
TIRLEA-MANOLACHE  Ionela
Romania ROM
TERESHCHUK-ANTIPOVA  Tetiana
Ukraine UKR
  ATW044000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 220131537

  Atos Origin
Athletics
Medallists
Womens Hammer Throw
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
KUZENKOVA  Olga
Russia RUS
MORENO  Yipsi
Cuba CUB
CRAWFORD  Yunaika
Cuba CUB
  ATW054000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040826 / Time: 000254099

  Atos Origin
Beach Volleyball
Medallists
Mens Team
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldRICARDO/EMANUEL
Emanuel REGO (c)
Alex SANTOS Ricardo
Brazil BRA
SilverBOSMA/HERRERA
Javier BOSMA (c)
Pablo HERRERA
Spain ESP
BronzeHEUSCHER/KOBEL
Patrick HEUSCHER
Stefan KOBEL (c)
Switzerland SUI
 
Legend
c - Captain
  BVM400000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 214704000

  Atos Origin
Equestrian
Medallists
Individual Dressage
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalRiderHorseNOC
Goldvan GRUNSVEN Anky
SALINERO
Netherlands NED
SilverSALZGEBER Ulla
RUSTY
Germany GER
BronzeFERRER-SALAT Beatriz
BEAUVALAIS
Spain ESP
  EQX001000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 183325000

  Atos Origin
Sailing
Medallists
Mens Mistral
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldFRIDMAN  Gal
Israel ISR
SilverKAKLAMANAKIS  Nikolaos
Greece GRE
BronzeDEMPSEY  Nick
Great Britain GBR
  SAM001000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 152937000

  Atos Origin
Sailing
Medallists
Womens Mistral
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldMERRET  Faustine
France FRA
SilverYIN  Jian
China CHN
BronzeSENSINI  Alessandra
Italy ITA
  SAW001000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 164932000

  Atos Origin
Triathlon
Medallists
Women
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldALLEN Kate
Austria AUT
SilverHARROP Loretta
Australia AUS
BronzeWILLIAMS Susan
United States USA
  TRW001000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 123154055

  Atos Origin
Weightlifling
Medallists
Men 105kg
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldREZA ZADEH  Hossein
I. R. Iran IRI
SilverSCERBATIHS  Viktors
Latvia LAT
BronzeCHOLAKOV  Velichko
Bulgaria BUL
  WLM025000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 213327000

  Atos Origin
Wrestling
Mens Greco-Roman 55kg
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldMAJOROS Istvan
Hungary HUN
SilverMAMEDALIEV Gueidar
Russia RUS
BronzeKIOUREGKIAN Artiom
Greece GRE
  WRM155000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 194506000

  Atos Origin
Wrestling
Mens Greco-Roman 66kg
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldMANSUROV Farid
Azerbaijan AZE
SilverEROGLU Seref
Turkey TUR
BronzeMANUKYAN Mkkhitar
Kazakhstan KAZ
  WRM166000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 195636000

  Atos Origin
Wrestling
Mens Greco-Roman 84kg
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldMICHINE Alexei
Russia RUS
SilverABRAHAMIAN Ara
Sweden SWE
BronzeMAKARANKA Viachaslau
Belarus BLR
  WRM184000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 204429000

  Atos Origin
Wrestling
Mens Greco-Roman 120kg
WED 25 AUG 2004
MedalNameNOC
GoldBAROEV Khasan
Russia RUS
SilverTSURTSUMIA Georgiy
Kazakhstan KAZ
BronzeGARDNER Rulon
United States USA
  WRM199000 / ver: 1.0 / C92A / Date: 20040825 / Time: 211808000

  Atos Origin