The Full Wiki

More info on Colombia at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Colombia at the 2004 Summer Olympics: Map

Advertisements
  

Wikipedia article:

Map showing all locations mentioned on Wikipedia article:



Colombiamarker competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athensmarker, Greecemarker. The Colombian Olympic Committee sent a 53-member delegation to Greecemarker.

Although most of the athletes had uneventful participations, weightlifter Mabel Mosquera won the bronze medal for Colombia, while cyclist María Luisa Calle originally finished in the bronze medal position, but was later disqualified under the strict liability rule after she tested positive for Heptaminol, a prohibited stimulant. However this proved to be a false positive due to isometheptene presence in an analgesic prescribed during the competition. The bronze medal was returned to Calle on November 23, 2005.

Medalists

Bronze





Results by event

Athletics

Women's 100 metre Hurdles:
*Round 1 — 11.67 (→ did not advance)


Men's 110 metre hurdles:
*Round 1 — 13.44 (NR)
*Round 2 — 14.03 (→ did not advance)


Women's 200 metres:
*Round 1 — 22.98
*Round 2 — 23.19 (→ did not advance)


Women's 4x100 metres Relay:
*Round 1 — 43.30 (→ did not advance, 10th place)


Men's Marathon:

Men's 20 km Walk:

Women's 20 km Walk:

Women's High Jump:
*Round 1 — 1.85 metres (→ did not advance)


Women's Javelin:
*Round 1 — 59.94 metres (→ did not advance)


Boxing

Colombia sent five boxers to Athens. Three lost their first matches, while two won once before being defeated. Juan Camilo Novoa was the most successful, as he made it to the quarterfinals after having a bye in his first round and winning his bout in the round of 16.

Men's Light Flyweight (– 48 kg)
* Round of 32 — Defeated Redouane Bouchtouk of Moroccomarker, 48-25
* Round of 16 — Lost to Alfonso Pinto of Italymarker, 49-35


Men's Flyweight (– 51 kg)
* Round of 32 — Bye
* Round of 16 — Lost to Rustamhodza Rahimov of Germanymarker, 25-15


Men's Featherweight (– 57 kg)
* Round of 32 — Lost to Mikhail Biarnadski of Belarusmarker, 32-18


Men's Lightweight (– 60 kg)
* Round of 32 — Lost to Vicente Escobedo of United Statesmarker, outscored


Men's Welterweight (– 69 kg)
* Round of 32 — Bye
* Round of 16 — Defeated Vilmos Balog of Hungarymarker, 33-24
* Quarterfinal — Lost to Kim Jung Joo of Koreamarker, 25-23


Cycling

Road cycling

Men's Road Race:

Men's Time Trial:
  • Santiago Botero — 8th place, 59:04.76
  • Victor Hugo Peña — 15th place, 1:00.09.89


Track Cycling

Calle Williams was disqualified, and stripped of her bronze medal, from the points race after she tested positive for heptaminol. She had originally scored 12 points, putting her in third place. The revision of the case was favourable to Calle Williams, and in October, 2005, she regained her medal.

Women's Individual Pursuit:

Men's Time Trial:

Women's Points Race:
  • Maria Luisa Calle Williams — disqualified


Men's Madison:

Diving

Men's 3m Springboard:
* Prelims — 344.40 (→ 31st place)


Men's 10m Platform
* Final — 12th place


Equestrian

Individual Dressage:

Fencing

Women's Épée Individual:

Gymnastics

Men's Artistic:

Judo

Men's 81 kg:

Men's 100+ kg:

Women's 48 kg:

Swimming

Men's 50 metres Freestyle
* Heats — 36th place


Men's 100 metres Freestyle
* Heats — 53rd place


Men's 200 metres Backstroke
* Heats — 35th place


Men's 100 metres Butterfly
* Heats — 37th place


Women's 400 metres Freestyle
* Heats — 29th place


Women's 800 metres Freestyle
* Heats — 27th place


Triathlon

Women's Individual Competition:

Weightlifting

Men's Bantamweight

Men's Featherweight

Men's Middleweight

Men's Light-Heavyweight

Women's Featherweight

Women's Light-Heavyweight

Women's Heavyweight

Women's Super-Heavyweight

Officials

  • President: Andrés Botero Phillipsbourne
  • Secretary General: Alberto Ferrer Vargas


See also



References




Embed code:
Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message