Oman (OMA)

Overview

NOCOman Olympic Committee
Flagbearers21

Participants

Olympic Games 42
Youth Olympic Games 10

Description

Oman formed a National Olympic Committee (NOC) in 1982, which the International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognized on 28 May of the same year at the IOC session in Rome. Oman made its Olympic début in 1984 at Los Angeles, where it was represented in shooting, track & field athletics, and sailing. Oman has also competed in every Olympic Games since, but has never competed at the Olympic Winter Games. Its best Olympic finish came in 1988 when Mohamed Al-Malky finished eighth in the 400 metres in track & field athletics.

Participations by edition

Edition As Competition Type Men Women Total
1984 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 16 0 16 Results
1988 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 8 0 8 Results
1992 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 5 0 5 Results
1996 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 4 0 4 Results
2000 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 6 0 6 Results
2004 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 2 0 2 Results
2008 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 3 1 4 Results
2010 Summer Youth Olympics Oman Youth Olympic Games 1 1 2 Results
2012 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 2 1 3 Results
2014 Summer Youth Olympics Oman Youth Olympic Games 2 1 3 Results
2016 Summer Olympics Oman Olympic Games 2 2 4 Results
2018 Summer Youth Olympics Oman Youth Olympic Games 4 1 5 Results

Participations by discipline

Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Athletics 18 3 21 Results
Boxing 2 0 2 Results
Cycling Road (Cycling) 1 0 1 Results
Sailing 1 0 1 Results
Shooting 13 1 14 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 3 0 3 Results

Youth Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Athletics 2 2 4 Results
Beach Volleyball (Volleyball) 2 0 2 Results
Equestrian Jumping (Equestrian) 1 0 1 Results
Sailing 1 0 1 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 1 1 2 Results

Most successful competitors

Includes medals won as part of mixed teams.

Youth Olympic Games

Athlete Nat Gold Silver Bronze Total
Sultan Al-Tooqi OMA 0 1 0 1

IOC Members

Habibi Abdul Nabi Macki 2009—2013
Khalid Muhammad Al Zubair 2017—2019