Eswatini (SWZ)

Overview

NOCEswatini Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association
Flagbearers27

Participants

Olympic Games 45
Youth Olympic Games 10

Description

Eswatini, sometimes written as eSwatini, became independent of the British Commonwealth in 1968, and was known as Swaziland until 2018, when it changed to its current name. Eswatini débuted at the 1972 Olympic Games, but did not attend the next two Games due to boycotts. Since 1984, it has been present at all editions, as well as at the 1992 Olympic Winter Games. The top result by a Emeswati competitor came in 2000, when boxer Musa Simelane reached the second round of the featherweight tournament, finishing in a tie for ninth.

Participations by edition

Edition As Competition Type Men Women Total
1972 Summer Olympics Eswatini Olympic Games 2 0 2 Results
1984 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 8 0 8 Results
1988 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 11 0 11 Results
1992 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 6 0 6 Results
1992 Winter Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 1 0 1 Results
1996 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 5 1 6 Results
2000 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 4 2 6 Results
2004 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 2 1 3 Results
2008 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 2 2 4 Results
2010 Summer Youth Olympics Swaziland Youth Olympic Games 1 2 3 Results
2012 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 2 1 3 Results
2014 Summer Youth Olympics Swaziland Youth Olympic Games 2 2 4 Results
2016 Summer Olympics Swaziland Olympic Games 1 1 2 Results
2018 Summer Youth Olympics Swaziland Youth Olympic Games 1 2 3 Results
2020 Summer Olympics Eswatini Olympic Games 3 1 4 Results

Participations by discipline

Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Alpine Skiing (Skiing) 1 0 1 Results
Athletics 18 4 22 Results
Boxing 9 0 9 Results
Shooting 1 0 1 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 5 4 9 Results
Taekwondo 1 0 1 Results
Weightlifting 2 0 2 Results

Youth Olympic Games

Discipline (Sport) Men Women Total
Athletics 2 2 4 Results
Golf 1 1 2 Results
Swimming (Aquatics) 1 2 3 Results
Taekwondo 0 1 1 Results

IOC Members

David Sibandze 1984—1999