Rwanda (RWA)

Overview

NOCComité National Olympique et Sportif du Rwanda
Flagbearers21

Participants

Olympic Games 40
Youth Olympic Games 17

Description

The National Olympic Committee of Rwanda was formed in 1984 and provisionally recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on 6 February 1984 at the IOC session in Sarajevo. Rwanda first competed in the Olympic Games in 1984 and has since participated in every edition, although it has yet to make its first Winter Olympic appearance. Rwanda has only been represented in four sports: track and field, swimming, cycling, and judo. Rwandan athletes have not yet won an Olympic medal. The top Rwandan Olympic feat was an eighth place by Mathias Ntawulikura in the 1996 10,000 m track race.

Participations by edition

Edition As Competition Type Men Women Total
1984 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 2 1 3 Results
1988 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 3 3 6 Results
1992 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 7 3 10 Results
1996 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 4 0 4 Results
2000 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 3 2 5 Results
2004 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 3 2 5 Results
2008 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 2 2 4 Results
2010 Summer Youth Olympics Rwanda Youth Olympic Games 2 2 4 Results
2012 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 5 2 7 Results
2014 Summer Youth Olympics Rwanda Youth Olympic Games 5 5 10 Results
2016 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 4 3 7 Results
2018 Summer Youth Olympics Rwanda Youth Olympic Games 1 2 3 Results
2020 Summer Olympics Rwanda Olympic Games 3 2 5 Results

Participations by discipline

Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Athletics 16 10 26 Results
Cycling Mountain Bike (Cycling) 2 0 2 Results
Cycling Road (Cycling) 5 0 5 Results
Judo 1 0 1 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 4 3 7 Results

Youth Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Athletics 4 2 6 Results
Beach Volleyball (Volleyball) 2 4 6 Results
Boxing 1 0 1 Results
Cycling Road (Cycling) 0 2 2 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 1 1 2 Results

IOC Members

Felicite Rwemarika 2018—