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Vanuatu at the Olympics


Vanuatu at the Olympics

Vanuatu at the Olympic Games

Flag of Vanuatu
IOC code  VAN
NOC Vanuatu Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee
Olympic history
Summer Games

The National Olympic Committee for Vanuatu was created in 1987 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee that same year. Vanuatu first participated at the Olympic Games in 1988 and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then. The nation has never participated in the Winter Olympic Games.

As of 2014, no Vanuatu athlete has ever won an Olympic medal.

Up to and including the 2008 Summer Olympics, Vanuatu have sent 22 athletes to the Games.[1] For the 2012 Summer Olympics, qualified five competitors.

# Event Year Season Athletes Sports
7 2012 Summer 5 (four men and one woman) 3
6 2008 Summer 3 (one man and two women) 2
5 2004 Summer 2 (one man and one woman) 1
4 2000 Summer 3 (two men and one woman) 2
3 1996 Summer 4 (three men and one woman) 1
2 1992 Summer 6 (four men and two women) 1
1 1988 Summer 4 (three men and one woman) 2

See also


  1. ^ Vanuatu. Olympics at Sports Reference LLC. Accessed 25 October 2011.

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