Mongolia at the Olympics

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Mongolia at the
NOCMongolian National Olympic Committee (in Mongolian)
Summer appearances
Winter appearances

Mongolia at the Olympics is a history which began in 1956.

The International Olympic Committee's official abbreviation for Mongolia is MGL.[1]

History[change | change source]

A team from Mongolia was first at the Olympic Games in 1964. They have been in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except the boycotted 1984 Summer Olympics.

Mongolia has also been in the Winter Olympic Games since 1964. They have missed only the 1976 Winter Games.

Mongolian athletes have won a total of 30 medals, all in Summer Olympics competitions.

The Mongolian National Olympic Committee was formed in 1956 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1962.[2]

List of medalists[change | change source]

Medal Name Games Sport Event
22 Silver Jigjidiin Mönkhbat 1968 Mexico Wrestling Men's freestyle middleweight
33 Bronze Chimedbazaryn Damdinsharav[3] 1968 Mexico Wrestling Men's freestyle flyweight
33 Bronze Danzandarjaagiin Sereeter 1968 Mexico Wrestling Men's freestyle lightweight
33 Bronze Tömöriin Artag 1968 Mexico Wrestling Men's freestyle welterweight
22 Silver Khorloogiin Bayanmönkh 1972 Munich Wrestling Men's freestyle heavyweight
22 Silver Zevegiin Oidov 1976 Montreal Wrestling Men's freestyle featherweight
22 Silver Tsendiin Damdin 1980 Moscow Judo Men's half lightweight
22 Silver Jamtsyn Davaajav 1980 Moscow Wrestling Men's freestyle welterweight
33 Bronze Ravdangiin Davaadalai 1980 Moscow Judo Men's lightweight
33 Bronze Dugarsürengiin Oyuunbold 1980 Moscow Wrestling Men's freestyle bantamweight
33 Bronze Nergüin Enkhbat 1988 Seoul Boxing Men's lightweight
33 Bronze Namjilyn Bayarsaikhan 1992 Barcelona Boxing Men's lightweight
33 Bronze Munkhbayar Dorjsuren 1992 Barcelona Shooting Women's 25 m pistol
33 Bronze Dorjpalamyn Narmandakh 1996 Atlanta Judo Men's extra lightweight
33 Bronze Khashbaataryn Tsagaanbaatar 2004 Athens Judo Men's extra lightweight
22 Silver Otryadyn Gündegmaa 2008 Beijing Shooting Women's 25 m pistol
11 Gold Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar 2008 Beijing Judo Men's half heavyweight
22 Silver Pürevdorjiin Serdamba 2008 Beijing Boxing Men's light fly (48 kg)
11 Gold Enkhbatyn Badar-Uugan 2008 Beijing Boxing Men's bantam (54 kg)
22 Silver Nyambayaryn Tögstsogt 2012 London Boxing Men's flyweight (52 kg)
22 Silver Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar 2012 London Judo Men's heavy (100 kg)
33 Bronze Sainjargalyn Nyam-Ochir 2012 London Judo Men's lightweight (73 kg)
33 Bronze Soronzonboldyn Battsetseg 2012 London Wrestling Women's freestyle wrestling (63 kg)
33 Bronze Uranchimegiin Mönkh-Erdene 2012 London Boxing Men's light welterweight (64 kg)
22 Silver Dorjsürengiin Sumiya 2016 Rio de Janeiro Judo Women's 57 kg
33 Bronze Dorjnyambuugiin Otgondalai 2016 Rio de Janeiro Boxing Men's lightweight
22 Silver Saeid Mollaei 2020 Tokyo Judo Men's 81 kg
33 Bronze Urantsetseg Munkhbat 2020 Tokyo Judo Women's 48 kg
33 Bronze Tsend-Ochiryn Tsogtbaatar 2020 Tokyo Judo Men's 73 kg
33 Bronze Bat-Ochiryn Bolortuyaa 2020 Tokyo Wrestling Women's freestyle 53 kg

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References[change | change source]

  1. "Official abbreviations" at The Games of the XVIII Olympiad, Tokyo, 1964, [p. 9 of 409 PDF]; "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-12-25. Retrieved 2020-12-29.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link) retrieved 2012-10-12.
  2. "Mongolian National Olympic Committee". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved 2011-08-08.
  3. In place of Tömöriin Artag and Chimedbazaryn Damdinsharav the IOC database incorrectly lists Püreviin Dagvasüren and Sükhbaataryn Sürenjav as medalists.

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