Venezuela at the Olympics


Venezuela first participated at the Olympic Games in 1948, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then. Venezuela has also participated in the Winter Olympic Games since 1998.

Venezuela at the
Olympics
IOC codeVEN
NOCVenezuelan Olympic Committee
Websitewww.covoficial.com.ve (in Spanish)
Medals
Gold
3
Silver
4
Bronze
10
Total
17
Summer appearances
Winter appearances

Venezuelan athletes have won a total of seventeen medals, with boxing (six medals) being the most successful sport.

The National Olympic Committee for Venezuela was created in 1935.

Medal tables


Medals by Games

Games Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1948 London10000
1952 Helsinki38001143
1956 Melbourne190000
1960 Rome17001144
1964 Tokyo160000
1968 Mexico City36100130
1972 Munich260000
1976 Montreal36010135
1980 Moscow48010133
1984 Los Angeles26003341
1988 Seoul180000
1992 Barcelona361012
1996 Atlanta390000
2000 Sydney510000
2004 Athens48002268
2008 Beijing110001186
2012 London69100150
2016 Rio de Janeiro87021365
2020 Tokyo440000-
2024 ParisFuture event
2028 Los Angeles
2032 Brisbane
Total72134101768

Medals by Winter Games

Games Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1998 Nagano10000
2002 Salt Lake City40000
2006 Turin10000
2010 VancouverDid not participate
2014 Sochi10000
2018 PyeongchangDid not participate
2022 BeijingFuture event
2026 Milan–Cortina
Total70000

Medals by sport

SportGoldSilverBronzeTotal
Boxing1326
Fencing1001
Athletics0112
Taekwondo0022
Cycling0011
Shooting0011
Swimming0011
Weightlifting0011
Totals (8 sports)24915
Source: [1]

List of medalists


Summer Olympics

Medal Name Games Sport Event
 BronzeAsnoldo Devonish 1952 Helsinki AthleticsMen's triple jump
 BronzeEnrico Forcella 1960 Rome ShootingMen's 50-metre rifle prone
 GoldFrancisco Rodríguez 1968 Mexico City BoxingMen's light flyweight
 SilverPedro Gamarro 1976 Montreal BoxingMen's welterweight
 SilverBernardo Piñango 1980 Moscow BoxingMen's bantamweight
 BronzeMarcelino Bolívar 1984 Los Angeles BoxingMen's light flyweight
 BronzeOmar Catari 1984 Los Angeles BoxingMen's featherweight
 BronzeRafael Vidal 1984 Los Angeles SwimmingMen's 200-metre butterfly
 BronzeAdriana Carmona 1992 Barcelona TaekwondoWomen's +70 kg
 GoldArlindo Gouveia 1992 Barcelona TaekwondoMen's +54 kg
 BronzeAdriana Carmona 2004 Athens TaekwondoWomen's +67 kg
 BronzeIsrael Jose Rubio 2004 Athens WeightliftingMen's 62 kg
 BronzeDalia Contreras 2008 Beijing TaekwondoWomen's 49 kg
 GoldRubén Limardo 2012 London FencingMen's épée
 Silver Yulimar Rojas 2016 Rio de Janeiro Athletics Women's triple jump
 Silver Yoel Finol 2016 Rio de Janeiro Boxing Men's flyweight
 Bronze Stefany Hernandez 2016 Rio de Janeiro Cycling Women's BMX

See also


References