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Jews in Sports:
Israel at the 2004 Olympics

(Updated August 2004)


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At the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, 36 Israeli athletes competed in 13 different sports. It was Israel's 13th time sending a delegation to the Summer Games. Gal Friedman, a windsurfer, won Israel its first ever gold medal. Judoka Ariel Ze'evi also won a bronze medal.

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Women

Pole Vault: Aleksander Averbukh (8th place)

Marathon: Haile Satayin (20th place); Asaf Bimro (59th place)

K1 500m Canoeing: Michael Kolganov (8th place)

K1 1000m Canoeing: Roei Yellin (9th place)

All-Around Artistic Gymnastics: Pavel Gofman (19th place)

60kg Judo: Gal Yekutiel (Round of 32)

66kg Judo: Ehud Vaks (Round of 16)

73kg Judo: Yoel Razvozov (Quarterfinal)

100kg Judo: Ariel Ze'evi (Bronze Medal)

Mistral Sailing: Gal Friedman (Gold Medal)

470 Sailing: Gideon Kliger & Udi Gal (15th place)

50m Pistol Shooting: Alexander Donilov (15th place)

50m Rifle Prone Shooting: Guy Starik (16th place)

10m Air Pistol Shooting: Alexander Donilov (20th place)

Doubles Tennis: Jonathan Erlich & Andy Ram (Quarterfinal)

84kg Greco-Roman Wrestling: Gotsha Tzitziashvily (14th place)

74kg Greco-Roman Wrestling: Yasha Manesherov (19th place)

120kg Greco-Roman Wrestling: Yuri Yevseychyk (19th place)

100m Hurdles: Irina Lenskiy (7th place)

Marathon: Nili Abramski (42nd place)

K1 500m Canoeing: Larissa Peisakhovitch (6th place)

Individual Foil (Fencing): Ayelet Ohayon (Round of 32)

Individual Rhythmic Gymnastics: Katerina Pisetsky (16th place)

52kg Judo: Michal Feinblat (Round of 16)

Mistral Sailing: Lee Korzitz (13th place)

470 Sailing: Nike Kornecki & Vered Buskila (18th place)

200m Individual Medley Swimming: Vered Borochovski (24th place)

100m Butterfly Swimming: Vered Borochovski (26th place)

100m Backstroke Swimming: Anna Gostomelsky (28th place)

100m Freestyle Swimming: Anna Gostomelsky (32nd place)

50m Freestyle Swimming: Anna Gostomelsky (35th place)

Synchronized Swimming Duet: Anastasia Gloushlov & Inna Yoffe (17th)

Singles Table Tennis: Marina Kravchenko (3rd Round)

49kg Taekwando: Maya Arusi (Round of 16)

Singles Tennis: Anna Smashnova (1st Round)


Sources: Olympic Committee of Israel; Wikipedia

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