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Israel at the 1996 Summer Olympics

Israel at the Olympic Games

Flag of Israel
IOC code  ISR
NOC The Olympic Committee of Israel
Website www.olympic.one.co.il (Hebrew) (English)
At the Atlanta
Competitors 25 (18 men and 7 women) in 10 sports
Flag bearer Lydia Hatuel-Zuckerman[1]
Medals
Rank: 71
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
1
Total
1
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games

Atlanta, United States. 25 competitors, 18 men and 7 women, took part in 26 events in 10 sports.[2]

Contents

  • Medalists 1
    • Bronze 1.1
  • Results by event 2
    • Athletics 2.1
    • Boxing 2.2
    • Canoeing 2.3
    • Fencing 2.4
    • Judo 2.5
    • Sailing 2.6
    • Shooting 2.7
    • Swimming 2.8
    • Weightlifting 2.9
    • Wrestling 2.10
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Medalists

Bronze

  • Gal Fridman — Sailing, Men's Mistral Individual Competition

Results by event

Athletics

Gender Event Participant Round Result Place Ref
Men's Triple Jump Rogel Nachum Qualification 16.67m 17th place
High Jump Konstantin Matusevich Qualification 2.26m 17th place
Pole Vault Danny Krasnov Qualification 5.60m 12th place
Final 5.60m 11th place
Konstantin Semyonov Qualification 5.40m 20th place

Boxing

Event Participant Round Result Ref
Flyweight (– 51 kg) Vladislav Neiman First round Lost to Bolat Dzhumadilov Kazakhstan 7:18

Canoeing

Gender Event Participant Round Time Place Ref
Women's K-1 500m Lior Carmi Heat 1:57.675 6th place
Repechage 2:05.737 4th place
Semi-final 1:54.899 7th place

Fencing

Gender Event Participant Result Ref
Women's Foil Lydia Hatuel-Zuckerman
Ayelet Ohayon
Lilach Parisky
Team foil Lydia Hatuel-Zuckerman
Ayelet Ohayon
Lilach Parisky
9th place

Judo

Event Participant Result Ref
Men's Under-71 kg Oren Smadja
Women's Under-61 kg Yael Arad 5th place

Sailing

Gender Event Participant Result Ref
Men's Mistral Gal Fridman Bronze
470 Nir Shantal & Ran Shantal 19th place
Women's 470 Shani Kedmi & Anat Fabrikant 12th place

Shooting

Gender Event Participant Result Ref
Men's 10 m Air Rifle Boris Polak 33rd place
10 m Air Pistol 39th place
50 m Free Rifle 3 Position Boris Polak 22nd place
Guy Starik 13th place
50 m Free Rifle Prone Boris Polak 20th place
Guy Starik 26th place
50 m Free Pistol Alex tripolski 16th place

Swimming

Gender Event Participant Round Time Result Place Ref
Men's 50m Freestyle Yoav Bruck Heat 23.22 Did not advance 24th place
100m Freestyle Yoav Bruck Heat 50.61 Did not advance 22nd place
100m Backstroke Eithan Urbach Heat 56.74 Did not advance 22nd place
100m Breaststroke Vadim Alexeev Heat 1:02.92 Did not advance 18th place
200m Breaststroke Vadim Alexeev Heat 2:20.47 Did not advance 26th place
100m Butterfly Dan Kutler Heat 55.11 Did not advance 31st place
4x100m Medley Relay Eithan Urbach
Vadim Alexeev
Dan Kutler
Yoav Bruck
Heat 3:42.24 8th place
Final 3:42.90

Weightlifting

Event Participant Result Ref
Men's Under 99 kg Slava Ivanovski No mark recorded

Wrestling

Style Event Participant Round Result Place Ref
Greco-Roman Style Under-82 kg Gotsha Tsitsiashvili 1st round Beat Tuomo Karila Finland 2:0 5th Place
2nd round Beat Park Myung-Suk South Korea 4:1
Quarterfinal Bye
Semifinal Lost to Thomas Zander Germany 1:3
Repechage, 6th round Lost to Daulet Turlykhanov Kazakhstan 0:4
5th-6th place Beat Martin Lidberg Sweden by walk-over

References

  1. ^ Israel
  2. ^ "Israel at the 1996 Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14. 

External links

  • Official Olympic Reports
  • International Olympic Committee results database
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