Farthest javelin throw (F54/F55/F56, male)
Claudiney Batista dos Santos, Ali Naderi-Darbaghshahi, Aleksei Kuznetsov
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The farthest javelin throw by a male F54 athlete is 29.91 metres, achieved by Aleksei Kuznetsov (Russia) at the IPC European Championships, in Grosseto, Italy, on 13 June 2016; for a male F55 athlete is 35.30 metres, achieved by Ali Naderi-Darbaghshahi (Iran) at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, in Athens, Greece, on 22 September 2004; and for a male F56 is 42.74 metres, achieved by Claudiney Batista dos Santos (Brazil) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 13 September 2016.

The F54, F55, and F56 classification is for wheelchair users who throw from a seated position.