- Latvia at the 2000 Summer Olympics
Infobox Olympics Latvia
Latviacompeted at the 2000 Summer Olympicsin Sydney, Australia. Latvia won their first summer Olympic gold medal at these games.
Igors Vihrovs— Gymnastics, Men's floor exercises
Aigars Fadejevs— Athletics, Men's 50 km walk
Vsevolods Zeļonijs— Judo, Men's lightweight (73 kg)
Results by event
Men's 800 m
*# Round 1 - 01:46.94
*# Semifinal - 01:47.24 (did not advance)
Men's 110 m hurdles
*# Round 1 - 13.56
*# Round 2 - 13.34
*# Semifinal - 13.5 (did not advance)
Men's javelin throw
*# Qualifying - 80.08 (did not advance)
*# Qualifying - 75.75 (did not advance)
Men's 20 km walk
Aigars Fadejevsand Māris Putenis
** With a total time of 1:22.43, Fadejevs finished 14th out of a field of 48 competitors. Putenis was disqualified. The golden medal in the event went to
Robert Korzeniowskiof Poland, who finished in 1:18.59.
*# Final - 1:22:43 (14th place)
*# Final - DQ
Men's 50 km walk
Aigars Fadejevs, Modris Liepiņšand Uģis Brūvelis
** Fadejevs won the silver medal by finishing second with a time of 3:43.40. Robert Korzeniowski of Poland once again won the gold with a time of 3:42.22. Liepiņš placed ninth with a time of 3:48.36, while Brūvelis was 35th with a time of 4:11.41.
*# Final - 3:43:40 (Silver medal)
*# Final - 3:48:36 (9th place)
*# Final - 4:11:41 (35th place)
Women's 800 m
** Latve finished sixth in her qualifying round with a time of 2:06.05, not fast enough to advance to the next phase.
Women's 5,000 m
* Jeļena Čelnova-Prokopčuka
** In her first heat, Čelnova-Prokopčuka finished fourth with a time of 15:09.45, advancing to the finals. And in the finals, Celnova-Prokopcuka finished ninth in a time of 14:55.46. The gold medal went to
Gabriela Szaboof Romania, who finished in 14:40.79, a new Olympic record.
Women's 10,000 m
* Jeļena Čelnova-Prokopčuka
** Čelnova-Prokopčuka advanced to the finals by placing eighth in Round 1, finishing in a time of 32:32.87. She was 26.68 seconds behind the leader, the eventual winner from Ethiopia,
Derartu Tulu. In the finals, Čelnova-Prokopčuka finished 19th in a time of 32:17.72.
Women's 100 m Hurdles
** In her qualifying heat, Trumpe finished seventh in a time of 13.77, not advancing to the next round.
Women's 400 m Hurdles
** In the first round, Žauna came in fifth in her heat in a time of 57.79 and did not qualify for the second round.
Women's High Jump
** Kļaviņa had no mark in the qualifying round. She did not advance.
Women's Javelin Throw
** Kožarenoka’s best throw of 53.83 meters was not far enough to qualify her to advance in the competition.
Women's Long Jump
** In her qualifying round, Gotovska’s best jump was 6.47 meters, placing her 10th. She did not advance in the competition.
Women's 20 km Walk
Anita Liepiņaand Jolanta Dukure
** In the finals of the event, Dukure finished 30th in a time of 1:36.54, while Liepiņa came in 37th in a time of 1:39.17. The gold medal went to China’s Liping Wang, who finished in 1:29.05.
Men’s 1,000 m Sprint
** Klementjevs finished in fourth place in his qualifying heat with a time of 3:58.840. He advanced to the semi-finals, where he finished second in his run in a time of 4:01.300. In the finals, Klementjevs finished seventh in a time of 4:00.931. The gold medal went to
Andreas Dittmerof Germany, who finished the race in 3:54.379.
Men's Individual Time Trial
* Belohvoščiks finished 15th, 2:17 behind gold medal winner
Viacheslav Ekimovof Russia, who finished with a time of 57:40. Ozols was 21st, 3:06 behind the leader.
*# Final - 0:59:57 (15th place)
*# Final - 1:00:46 (21st place)
Men's Road Race
* Piziks finished 22nd, 1:38 behind the winner and gold medalist,
Jan Ullrichof Germany, who finished in a time of 5:29:08. Reiss came in 81st, 12:53 behind the leader. Belohvoščiks, Naudušz and Ozols did not finish.
*# Final - 5:30:46 (22nd place)
*# Final - 5:42:01 (81st place)
*# Final - DNF
*# Final - DNF
*# Final - DNF
** Bērziņš finished 10th overall. The gold medal in the competition went to
Marty Nothsteinof the United States, whose times in the final were 10.874 and 11.066.
**Qualifying - 10.343
**First Round - Defeated
Shinichi Otaof Japan
**1/8 Finals - Lost to
Jan van Eijdenof Germany
**1/8 Finals Repechage - 2nd place - Heat 2
**Final 9-12 - 10th place
Men's 1 km Time Trial
** Miezis finishes 16th in the event with a total time of 1:08.113. The gold medal went to
Jason Queallyof Great Britain, who finishes with a total time of 1:01.609.
** Ķiksis finished first, in a time of 11.210, in the repechage round. In the second round, he finished sixth and did not advance to the finals.
**First Round - Heat - 3; Place - DNF
**Repechage - Heat - 1; Place - 1
**Second Round - Heat - 1; Place - DNF (did not advance)
Men's Olympic Sprint
Viesturs Bērziņš, Ainārs Ķiksisand Ivo Lakučs
** The team of Bērziņš, Ķiksis and Lakučs failed to advance beyond the first round after being bested by the Australian team of
Sean Eadie, Darryn Hilland Gary Neiwand. The Latvians’ overall time was 46.525, but the Australians finished in 44.745.
**Qualifying - 45.589
**Second Round - 46.525 (did not advance)
Women’s Individual Epée
** One of the world’s top women fencer’s, Hungary’s
Gyongyi Szalay, was ousted 15-13 in Round 2 by 30th seed Vansoviča. However, another Hungarian, Timea Nagy, exacted revenge in Round 3, beating Vansoviča 15-10. Nagy was the eventual gold medal winner in the event.
Men’s Floor Exercise
** Vihrovs, in a surprise finish, won the gold medal with a score of 9.812. The silver medal was won by Russia’s
Alexei Nemov, who scored 9.800, while the bronze went to Bulgaria’s Iordan Iovtchev, who scored 9.787. In the qualifying subdivision Vihrovs had placed 26th with a score of 56.186, enough to advance him to the next phase.
Men’s Lightweight (73 kg)
** Zeļonijs beat Yong-Sin Choi of Korea in 53 seconds to win the bronze medal in the competition, sharing third place with
Anatoly Laryukovof Belarus. The silver went to Tiago Camiloof Brazil, while the gold medal was awarded to Giuseppe Maddaloniof Italy.
Men's individual competition
** Čerkovskis finished 18th with a total score of 4,903. The medalists in the event were all Eastern Europeans: Russia’s
Dmitry Svatkovskytook the gold; Gabor Baloghof Hungary, the silver; and Pavel Dovgalof Belarus, the bronze.
Women's individual competition
** Rubļevska finished in eighth place with a total score of 5,051. The gold medal went to
Stephanie Cookof Great Britain. She had 5,318 total points.
Men’s Single Sculls
** Reinholds advanced to the B Group finals, finishing second in the race with a time of 6:56.33 and earning eighth place overall in the event. However, he tested positive for use of steroids, according to a
September 23Reuters report.
Women's Single Handed Dinghy (Europe)
*# Race 1 - 24
*# Race 2 - (26)
*# Race 3 - (27)
*# Race 4 - 26
*# Race 5 - 24
*# Race 6 - 20
*# Race 7 - 24
*# Race 8 - 25
*# Race 9 - 25
*# Race 10 - 26
*# Race 11 - 25
*# Final - 218 (27th place)
Women's Mistral Fleet
** Matise finished in 22nd place with 170 net points. The gold medal went to
Alessandra Sensiniof Italy, who had 15 net points.
Men's 25-meter RF Pistol
** Kuzmins finished in eighth place in the finals, with a qualifying score of 585.0, a finals score of 96.3, and a total score of 681.3. The gold medal in the event went to
Sergei Alifirenkoof Russia, who had a qualifying score of 587.0, a finals score of 100.6, and a total score of 687.6.
** Timofejevs scored 122.0 and earned 12th place, but did not advance to the finals.
Men's 100 m Butterfly
*# Preliminary Heat - 56.63 (did not advance)
Men's 100 m Breaststroke
*# Preliminary Heat - 01:04.02 (did not advance)
Men's 200 m Breaststroke
*# Preliminary Heat - 02:16.21 (did not advance)
Men's 200 m Individual Medley
*# Preliminary Heat - 02:04.18 (did not advance)
Women's 50 m Freestyle
*# Preliminary Heat - 27.28 (did not advance)
Women's 100 m Freestyle
*# Preliminary Heat - 59.28 (did not advance)
Women's 200 m Breaststroke
*# Preliminary Heat - 02:35.69 (did not advance)
Men's 94 kilogram
** Lazovskis finished in 18th place with a snatch score of 155.0, a clean and jerk score of 200.0, and a total score of 355.0. The gold medal in the event went to
Akakios Kakiasvilisof Greece, who had a total score of 405.0.
Men's 105+ kilogram
Raimonds Bergmanisand Viktors Ščerbatihs
** Ščerbatihs finished in seventh place with a snatch score of 202.5, a clean and jerk score of 250.0, and a total score of 452.5. The gold medal in the event went to
Hossein Rezazadehof Iran, who had a total score of 472.5, a new world record. Bergmanis did not compete.
Men's 85 kilogram
** Samušonoks was defeated 3-2 by Canada’s Justin Abdou and shut out 3-0 by Cuba’s Yoel Romero. Samušonoks defeated Kazakhstan’s Magomed Kurugliyev 7-6.
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* [http://www.olympic.org International Olympic Committee Web Site]
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