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Macedonia at the Olympics

Macedonia at the Olympic Games

Flag of the Republic of Macedonia
IOC code  MKD
NOC Macedonian Olympic Committee
Website www.mok.org.mk (Macedonian)
Olympic history
Summer Games
Winter Games
Other related appearances
Yugoslavia (1920–1988)
Independent Olympic Participants (1992)

The Republic of Macedonia first competed as an independent nation at the Olympic Games at the 1996 Summer Olympics, and has participated in every Summer Olympic Games and Winter Olympic Games since then. Previously, until 1988, Macedonian athletes competed for Yugoslavia. The country participates officially under its provisional UN appellation "former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" due to the dispute that has arisen over its name.

Contents

  • Medal tables by Games 1
    • Medals by Summer Games 1.1
    • Medals by Winter Games 1.2
  • List of medalists 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4

Medal tables by Games

List of medalists

Only one athlete representing Macedonia since 1996 has won an Olympic medal.[1]
Medal Name Games Sport Event
 Bronze Magomed Ibragimov 2000 Sydney Wrestling Men's freestyle 85 kg
Several other athletes from the Socialist Republic of Macedonia (a constituent country of the former SFR Yugoslavia) have also won Olympic medals, competing for Yugoslavia.[2]
Medal Name Games Sport Event
 Silver Vidinić, BlagojaBlagoja Vidinić 1956 Melbourne Football Men's team
 Gold Vidinić, BlagojaBlagoja Vidinić 1960 Rome Football Men's team
 Silver Georgievski, BlagojaBlagoja Georgievski 1976 Montreal Basketball Men's team
 Bronze Rusevski, AceAce Rusevski 1976 Montreal Boxing Men's lightweight
 Bronze Sejdi, ŠabanŠaban Sejdi 1980 Moscow Wrestling Men's freestyle lightweight
 Gold Trstena, ŠabanŠaban Trstena 1984 Los Angeles Wrestling Men's freestyle flyweight
 Silver Redzepovski, RedzepRedzep Redzepovski 1984 Los Angeles Boxing Men's flyweight
 Bronze Salihu, AzizAziz Salihu 1984 Los Angeles Boxing Men's super heavyweight
 Bronze DjurovskiMilko Đurovski 1984 Los Angeles Football Men's team
 Bronze Sejdi, ŠabanŠaban Sejdi 1984 Los Angeles Wrestling Men's freestyle welterweight
 Silver Vangelovska, StojnaStojna Vangelovska 1988 Seoul Basketball Women's team
 Silver Trstena, ŠabanŠaban Trstena 1988 Seoul Wrestling Men's freestyle 52 kg

See also

Notes

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