|NOC||Olympic Committee of North Macedonia|
|Youth Olympic Games||26|
|Other competitors with MKD nationality||43|
This former Yugoslav republic declared its independence from Yugoslavia on 8 September 1991. The Olympic Committee of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia was formed in 1992 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1993. The republic first competed at the Olympic Games as an independent nation in 1996 and at the Olympic Winter Games in 1998. It has been represented at every Olympic Games since then. At the 2000 Olympics, North Macedonia won its first Olympic medal as an independent nation, with a bronze by Mogamed Ibragimov in light-heavyweight freestyle wrestling.
The name of the nation, since its independence from Yugoslavia, has been very controversial. Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Albania all lay claim to regions of (historical) Macedonia, and the name. The European Community recognized Macedonia’s independence, but only under the name “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” (FYROM), which was also used by the IOC. In late 2004, the United States controversially recognized Macedonia under the name “Republic of Macedonia”. The country’s name was changed in 2019 to North Macedonia after negotiations with the Greek government.
From 1924 to 1988 a few Yugoslav Olympians were from the Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The best represented sport at the Olympics among Macedonians has been wrestling. Both Šaban Trstena and Šaban Šejdi from Skopje won two wrestling medals at the Olympics between 1980 and 1988. Two Macedonians also competed in the 1992 Olympics, as Independent Olympic Participants.
In the Ancient Olympics, it is known that Macedonians, then part of Ancient Greece, won 13 championships, including four in the stadion (sprint) event. Two of these were consecutive by Antigonos in 292-288 BCE. The greatest Olympic champion of ancient Macedonia was Philip II, King of Macedonia and the father of Alexander the Great, who won three Olympic titles.
|1996 Summer Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||8||3||11||Results|
|1998 Winter Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||1||3||Results|
|2000 Summer Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||6||4||10||Results|
|2002 Winter Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||0||2||Results|
|2004 Summer Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||7||3||10||Results|
|2006 Winter Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||1||3||Results|
|2008 Summer Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||5||2||7||Results|
|2010 Winter Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||1||3||Results|
|2012 Summer Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||2||4||Results|
|2014 Winter Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||1||3||Results|
|2016 Summer Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||4||6||Results|
|2018 Winter Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||1||3||Results|
|2020 Summer Olympics||North Macedonia||5||3||8||Results|
|2022 Winter Olympics||North Macedonia||1||1||2||Results|
|2010 Summer Youth Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||4||6||Results|
|2012 Winter Youth Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||0||2||Results|
|2014 Summer Youth Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||4||1||5||Results|
|2016 Winter Youth Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||2||0||2||Results|
|2018 Summer Youth Olympics||Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||4||2||6||Results|
|2020 Winter Youth Olympics||North Macedonia||3||2||5||Results|
|Alpine Skiing (Skiing)||4||2||6||Results|
|Canoe Slalom (Canoeing)||3||1||4||Results|
|Cross Country Skiing (Skiing)||3||4||7||Results|
|Alpine Skiing (Skiing)||3||0||3||Results|
|Cross Country Skiing (Skiing)||3||1||4||Results|
|Cycling Road (Cycling)||2||0||2||Results|
|2020 Summer Olympics||Olympic Games||0||1||0||1|
|2000 Summer Olympics||Olympic Games||0||0||1||1|
|2018 Summer Youth Olympics||Youth Olympic Games||0||0||1||1|
Includes medals won as part of mixed teams.
|Mogamed Ibragimov|| AZE