|NOC||Comité Olympique et Sportif des Îles Comores|
|Youth Olympic Games||11|
The Comoros Islands, officially the Union of the Comoros, founded its National Olympic Committee in 1979, but was not recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) until September 1993. The nation first competed at the Olympic Games in 1996 and has participated in all Games since, but it has not yet competed at the Olympic Winter Games. They have been represented by 15 athletes in three sports – track & field athletics (10), swimming (4), and weightlifting (1). No athlete from Comoros has won an Olympic medal, with their best finish likely being by Feta Ahamada in 2012 women’s 100 metres when she qualified for the second round of the event.
|1996 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||3||1||4||Results|
|2000 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||1||1||2||Results|
|2004 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||2||1||3||Results|
|2008 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||2||1||3||Results|
|2010 Summer Youth Olympics||Comoros||Youth Olympic Games||3||1||4||Results|
|2012 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||1||2||3||Results|
|2014 Summer Youth Olympics||Comoros||Youth Olympic Games||3||1||4||Results|
|2016 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||2||2||4||Results|
|2018 Summer Youth Olympics||Comoros||Youth Olympic Games||1||2||3||Results|
|2020 Summer Olympics||Comoros||Olympic Games||2||1||3||Results|
Includes medals won as part of mixed teams.