Dmitrii Kokarev

Dmitrii Kokarev (also spelled Dmitry, born February 11, 1991 in Nizhny Novgorod) is a Russianswimmer.

Russian Paralympic swimmer

Dmitrii Kokarev
Medal record
Men’s para swimming (S2)
Representing  Russia
Paralympic Games
2008 Beijing 200 m freestyle S2
2008 Beijing 100 m freestyle S2
2008 Beijing 50 m backstroke S2
2008 Beijing 50 m freestyle S2
2012 London 200 m freestyle S2
2012 London 100 m freestyle S2
2012 London 50 m freestyle S2
2012 London 50 m backstroke S2
World Championships
2015 Glasgow 50 m backstroke S2
2015 Glasgow 100 m backstroke S2
2015 Glasgow 200 m freestyle S2
European Championships
2014 Eindhoven 50 m freestyle S2
2014 Eindhoven 100 m freestyle S2
2016 Funchal 200 m freestyle S2
2016 Funchal 100 m backstroke S2
2009 Reykjavik 200 m freestyle S2
2009 Reykjavik 50 m freestyle S2
2014 Eindhoven 100 m freestyle S2
2016 Funchal 50 m freestyle S2
2016 Funchal 50 m backstroke S2

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He represented Russia at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, winning two gold medals in the 200 metre freestyle and 100 metre freestyle events.[1] Kokarev competes in the S2 disability category, for athletes with severe disabilities. He set a world record in the S2 200 metres (660 ft) freestyle, with a time of 4:45.43.[2] His time in the 100 metres (330 ft) event was 2:19.39.[3]

  1. “Russian Dmitry Kokarev won gold medal at the Paralympics Games in Beijing”. The Voice of Russia. Archived from the original on November 2, 2009. Retrieved September 9, 2008.
  2. “Swimming Day 1 Review: World and Paralympic records flood the Water Cube”. Xinhua. Archived from the original on September 10, 2008. Retrieved September 7, 2008.
  3. “Swimmer celebrate successful morning in the pool”. SportFocus. Retrieved September 8, 2008.

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