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Latest revision as of 12:39, August 6, 2012

República de Cuba
(Republic of Cuba)

Flag of Cuba.svg
National Flag
LocationCuba.svg
Location on Map
IOC Code CUB
Years Hosted Olympics none
Years Attended Olympics Summer: 1900-04, 1924-28, 1948-80, 1992-2012
Medals 2008 Summer 2 gold, 11 silver, 11 bronze
Medals 2010 Winter never entered
Total Olympic Medals
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
67 64 63
National Olympic Committee
Comité Olímpico Cubano

Cuba first participated at the Olympic Games in 1900, and has sent athletes to compete in 18 of 26 Summer Olympic Games overall. Cuban athletes have never participated in the Winter Olympic Games. Cuba is the most successful Olympic team among those nations who never won medals at Winter Olympics.

Cuban athletes have won a total of 194 medals at the Summer Olympics. Cuba has won the most medals overall of any country which has never won a medal at the Winter Olympics. Cuba has also won the fourth highest total number of medals (after Hungary, Romania and Poland) of nations that have never hosted the Games

The National Olympic Committee for Cuba is the Comité Olímpico Cubano, and was created in 1926 and recognized in 1954.

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Games Sport Event
gold Osleidys Menendez 2004 Athens Athletics Women's javelin throw
gold Yumileidi Cumba 2004 Athens Athletics Women's shot put
gold Baseball team 2004 Athens Baseball Men's competition
gold Guillermo Rigondeaux Ortiz 2004 Athens Boxing Men's bantamweight
gold Yuriorkis Gamboa Toledano 2004 Athens Boxing Men's flyweight
gold Odlanier Solis Fonte 2004 Athens Boxing Men's heavyweight
gold Yan Bhartelemy Varela 2004 Athens Boxing Men's light flyweight
gold Mario Cesar Kindelan Mesa 2004 Athens Boxing Men's lightweight
gold Yandro Miguel Quintana 2004 Athens Wrestling (Freestyle) Men's 55–60 kg
silver Yipsi Moreno 2004 Athens Athletics Women's hammer throw
silver Yudel Johnson Cedeno 2004 Athens Boxing Men's 60–64 kg
silver Lorenzo Aragon Armenteros 2004 Athens Boxing Men's 64–69 kg
silver Ledis Frank Balceiro Pajon
Ibrahim Rojas Blanco
2004 Athens Canoeing Men's C-2 500m
silver Daima Mayelis Beltran 2004 Athens Judo Women's heavyweight
silver Yanelis Yuliet Labrada Diaz 2004 Athens Taekwondo Women's -49 kg
silver Roberto Monzon 2004 Athens Wrestling (Greco-Roman) Men's 55–60 kg
bronze Volleyball team 2004 Athens Volleyball Women's competition
bronze Anier Garcia 2004 Athens Athletics Men's 110m hurdles
bronze Yunaika Crawford 2004 Athens Athletics Women's hammer throw
bronze Michel Lopez Nunez 2004 Athens Boxing Men's super heavyweight
bronze Yordanis Arencibia 2004 Athens Judo Men's half-lightweight
bronze Yurisel Laborde 2004 Athens Judo Women's half-heavyweight
bronze Amarilys Savon 2004 Athens Judo Women's half-lightweight
bronze Driulys González 2004 Athens Judo Women's half-middleweight
bronze Yurisleidy Lupetey 2004 Athens Judo Women's lightweight
bronze Juan Miguel Rodriguez 2004 Athens Shooting Men's skeet (125 targets)
bronze Iván Fundora 2004 Athens Wrestling (Freestyle) Men's 66–74 kg
gold Mijail López 2008 Beijing Wrestling (Greco-Roman) Men's 120 kg
gold Dayron Robles 2008 Beijing Running 110m hurdles
silver Yarelys Barrios 2008 Beijing Athletics Women's discus throw
silver Yoanka González 2008 Beijing Cycling (Track) Women's points race
silver Yanet Bermoy 2008 Beijing Judo Women's -48 kg
silver Anaysi Hernández 2008 Beijing Judo Women's -70 kg
silver Yalennis Castillo 2008 Beijing Judo Women's -78 kg
bronze Ibrahim Camejo 2008 Beijing Athletics Men's long jump
bronze Yordanis Arencibia 2008 Beijing Judo Men's -66 kg
bronze Oscar Brayson 2008 Beijing Judo Men's +100 kg
bronze Idalys Ortiz 2008 Beijing Judo Women's +78 kg
bronze Eglis Yaima Cruz 2008 Beijing Shooting Women's 50m rifle 3 positions

Medal tablesEdit

Medals by GamesEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
1900 Paris 1 1 0 2
1904 St. Louis 4 2 3 9
1908 London did not participate
1912 Stockholm did not participate
1920 Antwerp did not participate
1924 Paris 0 0 0 0
1928 Amsterdam 0 0 0 0
1932 Los Angeles did not participate
1936 Berlin did not participate
1948 London 0 1 0 1
1952 Helsinki 0 0 0 0
1956 Melbourne 0 0 0 0
1960 Rome 0 0 0 0
1964 Tokyo 0 1 0 1
1968 Mexico City 0 4 0 4
1972 Munich 3 1 4 8
1976 Montreal 6 4 3 13
1980 Moscow 8 7 5 20
1984 Los Angeles did not participate
1988 Seoul did not participate
1992 Barcelona 14 6 11 31
1996 Atlanta 9 8 8 25
2000 Sydney 11 11 7 29
2004 Athens 9 7 11 27
2008 Beijing 2 11 11 24
Total 67 64 63 194

Medals by sportEdit

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Boxing 32 19 12 63
Athletics 10 13 14 37
Wrestling 6 5 6 17
Judo 5 11 16 32
Fencing 5 5 6 16
Baseball 3 2 0 5
Volleyball 3 0 2 5
Weightlifting 2 1 1 4
Taekwondo 1 2 1 4
Canoeing 0 3 0 3
Swimming 0 1 1 2
Cycling 0 1 0 1
Sailing 0 1 0 1
Shooting 0 0 3 3
Basketball 0 0 1 1
Total 67 64 63 194

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