Cambodia at the Paralympics

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Cambodia made its Paralympic Games début at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney (sending only a men's volleyball team), and has competed in every edition of the Summer Paralympics since then. Cambodia has never taken part in the Winter Paralympics, and has never won a Paralympic medal. [1]

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Full results for Cambodia at the Paralympics

NameGamesSportEventScoreRank
Team 2000 Sydney Volleyball Men's standing0-3 loss to USA
0-3 loss to Slovakia
1-3 loss to Israel
0-3 loss to Germany
1-3 loss to Poland
3-2 win over Australia
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Kimhor Nhork 2004 Athens Athletics Men's 100m T4412.934th in heat 1;
did not advance
Kimhor Nhork 2004 Athens Athletics Men's 200m T4426.556th in heat 1;
did not advance
Botum Pov 2004 Athens Athletics Women's 400m T461:29.375th in heat 1;
did not advance
Vanna Kim 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's 100m T4413.456th in heat 2;
did not advance
Vanna Kim 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's 200m T4428.325th in heat 1;
did not advance

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