Saudi Arabia at the Olympics
|Saudi Arabia at the|
|NOC||Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee|
By Saudi Arabian law, women cannot be in the Olympic Games. However, the International Olympic Committee is reportedly pressuring the Saudi Olympic Committee to send female athletes to the 2012 Summer Olympics. Others want Saudi Arabia to not be in the Olympics unless they let women in.
Medalists[change | change source]
|Silver||Hadi Al Somayli||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's 400 m hurdles|
|Bronze||Khaled Al Eid||2000 Sydney||Equestrian||Individual jumping|
|Bronze||Ramzy Al Duhami
Abdullah Al Saud
|2012 London||Equestrian||Team jumping|
Related pages[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- "Rice hopes Saudi women will soon compete in Olympics" Archived 2010-01-03 at the Wayback Machine, AFP, August 17, 2008
- "Saudi women vie for Olympic rights", BBC, June 13, 2008
- "Qatar decision to send female athletes to London 2012 increases pressure on Saudi Arabia", Inside the Games, July 1, 2010
- IOC. "Saudi Arabia". Retrieved 2011-08-12.