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Senegal at the Paralympic Games Flag of Senegal IPC code  SEN NPC Comité National Provisoire Handisport et Paralympique Sénégalais Paralympic history Summer Games 1960–2000 • 2004 • 2008 Senegal made its Paralympic Games début at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens. The country sent just two athletes (one man and one woman) to compete in track and field. It returned in 2008, with the same combination.[1] Senegal has never taken part in the Winter Paralympics, and no Senegalese athlete has ever won a Paralympic medal.[2] Full results for Senegal at the Paralympics Name Games Sport Event Result Rank Ndong, OusmaneOusmane Ndong 2004 Athens Athletics Men’s 100m T46 12.13 5th in heat 1; did not advance Ndong, OusmaneOusmane Ndong 2004 Athens Athletics Men’s 200m T46 24.72 7th in heat 2; did not advance Sow, MadaMada Sow 2004 Athens Athletics Women's 100m T54 19.94 6th in heat 2; did not advance Diop, DagueDague Diop 2008 Beijing Athletics Women's 1,500m T54 4:18.54 7th in heat 1; did not advance Diop, DagueDague Diop 2008 Beijing Athletics Women's 200m T54 disqualified dq in heat 2; did not advance Ndiaye, MorMor Ndiaye 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's javelin F57/58 39.42 (836 points) 13th See also Senegal at the Olympics References ^ Senegal at the Paralympics, International Paralympic Committee ^ Senegal at the Paralympics, International Paralympic Committee v · d · eNations that have competed at the Paralympic Games Africa Algeria • Angola • Benin • Botswana • Burkina Faso • Burundi • Cape Verde • Central African Republic • Côte d'Ivoire • Egypt • Ethiopia • Gabon • Ghana • Guinea • Kenya • Lesotho • Libya • Madagascar • Mali • Mauritania • Mauritius • Morocco • Namibia • Niger • Nigeria • Rwanda • Senegal • Seychelles • Sierra Leone • South Africa • Sudan • Tanzania • Tunisia • Uganda • Zambia • Zimbabwe • Historical: Rhodesia Americas Argentina • Bahamas • Barbados • Bermuda • Brazil • Canada • Chile • Colombia • Costa Rica • Cuba • Dominican Republic • Ecuador • El Salvador • Guatemala • Haiti • Honduras • Jamaica • Mexico • Nicaragua • Panama • Peru • Puerto Rico • Suriname • Trinidad-Tobago • United States • Uruguay • Venezuela Asia Afghanistan • Bahrain • Bangladesh • Cambodia • China • Chinese Taipei • Hong Kong • India • Indonesia • Iran • Iraq • Japan • Jordan • Kazakhstan • Kuwait • Kyrgyzstan • Laos • Lebanon • Macau • Malaysia • Mongolia • Myanmar • Nepal • Oman • Pakistan • Palestine • Philippines • Qatar • Saudi Arabia • Singapore • South Korea • Sri Lanka • Syria • Tajikistan • Thailand • Timor-Leste • Turkmenistan • United Arab Emirates • Uzbekistan • Vietnam • Yemen Europe Andorra • Armenia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Belarus • Belgium • Bosnia and Herzegovina • Bulgaria • Croatia • Cyprus • Czech Republic • Denmark • Estonia • Faroe Islands • Finland • France • Germany • Great Britain • Greece • Hungary • Iceland • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Latvia • Liechtenstein • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Macedonia • Malta • Moldova • Montenegro • Netherlands • Norway • Poland • Portugal • Romania • Russia • Serbia • Slovakia • Slovenia • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Turkey • Ukraine • Historical: Czechoslovakia • East Germany • Serbia and Montenegro • Soviet Union • Yugoslavia Oceania Australia • Fiji • New Zealand • Papua New Guinea • Samoa • Tonga • Vanuatu See also Independent Paralympic Participants • Individual Paralympic Athletes • Unified Team This article about sports in Senegal is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Paralympics-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e