Senegal

Overview

NOCComité National Olympique et Sportif Sénégalais
Flagbearers38

Participants

Olympic Games 233
Youth Olympic Games 11

Description

The National Olympic Committee of Senegal was formed on 31 August 1961 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on 17 October 1963 at the IOC session in Baden-Baden. Senegal first competed at the 1964 Olympic Games and has competed at every Olympics since, one of the few African nations not to join the 1976 boycott. It has competed at the Olympic Winter Games in 1984, 1992, 1994, 2006 and 2010. Amadou Dia Bâ won the nation’s only medal to date, a silver in the 1988 400 metre hurdles in track & field athletics. Prior to Dia Bâ’s medal in 1988, it can he argued that Senegal had won a medal in 1960. In that year, Abdou Sèye won a bronze in the 200 metres while representing France. Seye was a Senegalese national, but the country was still a French territory, so he had to compete under the French flag. The first Senegalese national to compete in the Olympics was probably Samba Ciré who competed for France in the javelin throw in 1924.

Participations by edition

Edition Competition Type Men Women Total
1964 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 12 0 12 Results
1968 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 21 0 21 Results
1972 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 38 0 38 Results
1976 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 19 2 21 Results
1980 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 30 2 32 Results
1984 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 23 1 24 Results
1984 Winter Olympics Olympic Games 1 0 1 Results
1988 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 22 1 23 Results
1992 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 18 2 20 Results
1992 Winter Olympics Olympic Games 2 0 2 Results
1994 Winter Olympics Olympic Games 1 0 1 Results
1996 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 11 0 11 Results
2000 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 7 19 26 Results
2004 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 6 9 15 Results
2006 Winter Olympics Olympic Games 1 0 1 Results
2008 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 8 7 15 Results
2010 Summer Youth Olympics Youth Olympic Games 3 2 5 Results
2010 Winter Olympics Olympic Games 1 0 1 Results
2012 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 24 7 31 Results
2014 Summer Youth Olympics Youth Olympic Games 3 3 6 Results
2016 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 6 16 22 Results

Participations by discipline

Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Alpine Skiing (Skiing) 3 0 3 Results
Athletics 63 15 78 Results
Basketball (Basketball) 29 24 53 Results
Boxing 6 0 6 Results
Canoe Slalom (Canoeing) 1 0 1 Results
Canoe Sprint (Canoeing) 2 1 3 Results
Fencing 3 1 4 Results
Football (Football) 17 0 17 Results
Judo 30 4 34 Results
Sailing 1 0 1 Results
Shooting 2 0 2 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 4 5 9 Results
Table Tennis 1 0 1 Results
Taekwondo 1 1 2 Results
Wrestling 18 1 19 Results

Youth Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Athletics 2 0 2 Results
Canoe Sprint (Canoeing) 1 0 1 Results
Equestrian Jumping (Equestrian) 0 1 1 Results
Fencing 0 2 2 Results
Judo 2 0 2 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 1 1 2 Results
Taekwondo 0 1 1 Results

Medals by Games

Edition Competition Type Gold Silver Bronze Total
1988 Summer Olympics Olympic Games 0 1 0 1

Medals by sport

Olympic Games

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Athletics 0 1 0 1

Youth Olympic Games

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total

Most successful competitors

Olympic Games

Athlete Nat Gold Silver Bronze Total
Amadou Dia Bâ SEN 0 1 0 1

Youth Olympic Games

Athlete Nat Gold Silver Bronze Total
Babacar Cissé SEN 0 1 0 1

IOC Members

Amadou Barry 1965—1969
Kéba Mbaye 1973—2002
Lamine Diack 1999—2013
Kéba Mbaye 2002—2007
Youssoupha Ndiaye 2002—2008
Lamine Diack 2013—2015
Mamadou N'Diaye 2015—
Youssoupha Ndiaye 2017—