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Sareh Javanmardi

Sareh Javanmardi – Shooting

World Pistol Queen made her sporting debut in 2008, and in 4 years’ time, she celebrated her first Paralympic appearance with a bronze at London 2012 in P2 (Women’s 10 air pistol SH1).
In 2016, Sareh Javanmardi made history and captured two gold medals for the Iranian Paralympic delegation and shattered the world record. At the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Sareh moved beyond boundaries and set a new world record and retained crown for the third time at the Paralympic Games.
With so many medals and titles, Sareh Javanmardi is now the beacon of hope everywhere she goes and lights up every room she walks into as one of the most decorated female Paralympians in her home soil.


sareh javanmardi


Date of Birth: 1985-04-30
Type of Impairment: Spinal Cord Injuries
Classification: SH1
Education: Industrial Management
Paralympic appearances and medals: 
Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games – Gold medal (Women's 10m air pistol SH1)
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games – Gold medal (P2 - Women's 10m Air Pistol SH1)
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games –  Gold medal (P4 - Mixed 50m Pistol SH1)
London 2012 Paralympic Games – Bronze medal (P2 - Women's 10m Air Pistol SH1)