Wheelchair Basketball at the Stoke Mandeville & New York 1984 Paralympic Games

Stoke Mandeville & New York 1984 Paralympic GamesStoke Mandeville & New York 1984 Paralympic Games
Host City: Stoke Mandeville, New York, United States of America
Dates:
Events: 2
Countries: 1
Para Athletes: 12 (all men) [details]
- Youngest: n/a
- Oldest: n/a
Most Medals
- Athlete: 12 athletes with 1 medal
- Country: 6 countries with 1 medal

Medal Standings (top 10)
Rank NPC
1FRAFRA100
FRGFRG100
3ISRISR010
NEDNED010
5JPNJPN001
SWESWE001
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Wheelchair Basketball - Events & Medallists
Event Gold Medallist(s) Silver Medallist(s) Bronze Medallist(s)
Men's Tournament
FRA
France (FRA)
NED
Netherlands (NED)
SWE
Sweden (SWE)
ANDER Nils
ANDERSSON Lars-Gunnar
ARKESTEDT Lars
BERGLUND Gunnar
ENGBUSK Sven
JANGBRING Gunnar
JOHANSSON Bengt-Gosta
JOHANSSON Rolf
LINDHOLM Jan
LOFSTROM Lars
NYSTROM Bengt-Gosta
OLSSON Tommy
Women's Tournament
FRG
FR Germany (FRG)
ISR
Israel (ISR)
JPN
Japan (JPN)

Disclaimer

The results data of the IPC Historical Results Archive is based on information contained/ sourced in the original hardcopy final results publications. Some information from earlier Paralympic Games (i.e. 1960-1988) such as relay and team members are not presented in these source. Therefore, final results, medal standings and derived statistics may not be complete. If you encounter any inaccuracies or errors, please do not hesitate to send a message to sdmsadmin[at]paralympic[dot]org with the details and proving materials.

Important note on the definition of participants: Only athletes that appear in the official results books in the section of final results are included in the database and counted towards participant statistics. Data since 2014 are accurate. Statistics for previous Games editions are under review.

Important note on competition partners: Competition partners eligible for medals are included in the combined participant statistics until 2000 (concerning pilots in tandem cycling). Statistics for 2008 and beyond consider athletes with an impairment and their competition partners separately.