|Sport||Track & Field|
The Algeria national athletics team represents Algeria at the international athletics competitions such as Olympic Games or World Athletics Championships.
Algeria has 13 participations in the Summer Olympic of 27 editions held from 1896 to 2016.
|World Indoor Championships||1||0||1||2||52|
|IPC World Championships||20||21||14||55|
|Gold||Hassiba Boulmerka||1992 Barcelona||Women's 1500 metres||8 August 1992|
|Gold||Noureddine Morceli||1996 Atlanta||Men's 1500 metres||3 August 1996|
|Bronze||Abderrahmane Hammad||2000 Sydney||Men's high jump||24 September 2000|
|Bronze||Djabir Saïd-Guerni||2000 Sydney||Men's 800 metres||27 September 2000|
|Gold||Nouria Merah-Benida||2000 Sydney||Women's 1500 metres||30 September 2000|
|Silver||Ali Saïdi-Sief||2000 Sydney||Men's 5000 metres||30 September 2000|
|Gold||Taoufik Makhloufi||2012 London||Men's 1500 metres||7 August 2012|
|Silver||Taoufik Makhloufi||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's 800 metres||15 August 2016|
|Silver||Taoufik Makhloufi||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's 1500 metres||20 August 2016|
|Gold||Mohamed Allek||1996 Atlanta||100 m T36|
|Gold||Mohamed Allek||1996 Atlanta||200 m T36|
|Silver||Faouzi Bellele||1996 Atlanta||Men's 5000m T34-37|
|Silver||Youcef Boudjeltia||1996 Atlanta||Men's 400m T12|
|Bronze||Faouzi Bellele||1996 Atlanta||Men's 800m T34-36|
|Bronze||Faouzi Bellele||1996 Atlanta||Men's 1500m T34-37|
|Bronze||Bachir Zergoune||1996 Atlanta||Men's 800m T44-46|
|Gold||Mohamed Allek||2000 Sydney||100 m T37|
|Gold||Mohamed Allek||2000 Sydney||200 m T37|
|Gold||Mohamed Allek||2000 Sydney||400 m T37|
|Gold||Karim Betina||2004 Athens||Men's Shot put F32||19 September 2004|
|Gold||Nadia Medjemedj||2004 Athens||Women's Shot put F56-58||20 September 2004|
|Gold||Samir Nouioua||2004 Athens||Men's 1500m T46||20 September 2004|
|Bronze||Khaled Hanani||2004 Athens||Men's 1500m T37||20 September 2004|
|Bronze||Mohamed Aissaoui||2004 Athens||Men's 1500m T46||20 September 2004|
|Bronze||Mohamed Allek||2004 Athens||Men's 200m T37||21 September 2004|
|Bronze||Karim Betina||2004 Athens||Men's Club throw F32/51||21 September 2004|
|Bronze||Omar Benchiheb||2004 Athens||Men's 1500m T11||22 September 2004|
|Silver||Samir Nouioua||2004 Athens||Men's 800m T46||25 September 2004|
|Silver||Hakim Yahiaoui||2004 Athens||Men's Discus throw F13||25 September 2004|
|Gold||Samir Nouioua||2004 Athens||Men's 5000m T46||27 September 2004|
|Gold||Sofia Djelal||2004 Athens||Women's Javelin throw F56-58||27 September 2004|
|Bronze||Mounir Bakiri||2008 Beijing||Men's Shot Put F32||8 September 2008|
|Gold||Karim Betina||2008 Beijing||Men's Shot Put - F32||8 September 2008|
|Bronze||Nadia Medjemedj||2008 Beijing||Women's Shot Put F57/58||9 September 2008|
|Bronze||Samir Nouioua||2008 Beijing||Men's 1500m T46||10 September 2008|
|Gold||Kamel Kardjena||2008 Beijing||Men's Shot Put - F33/34/52||12 September 2008|
|Bronze||Sofiane Hamdi||2008 Beijing||Men's 100m T37||12 September 2008|
|Silver||Louadjeda Benoumessad||2008 Beijing||Women's Javelin Throw F33/34/52/53||13 September 2008|
|Silver||Samir Nouioua||2008 Beijing||Men's 800m T46||15 September 2008|
|Bronze||Zine Eddine Sekhri||2008 Beijing||Men's 800m T13||15 September 2008|
|Bronze||Hocine Gherzouli||2008 Beijing||Men's Shot Put F40||15 September 2008|
|Silver||Sofiane Hamdi||2008 Beijing||Men's 200m T37||16 September 2008|
|Bronze||Nadia Medjemedj||2008 Beijing||Women's discus throw F57–58||16 September 2008|
|Bronze||Mohamed Berrahal||2012 London||Men's 100 m T51||31 August 2012|
|Silver||Safia Djelal||2012 London||Women's javelin throw F58||1 September 2012|
|Silver||Mounia Gasmi||2012 London||Women's club throw F31/32/51||1 September 2012|
|Bronze||Kamel Kardjena||2012 London||Men's discus throw F32-34||1 September 2012|
|Bronze||Lahouari Bahlaz||2012 London||Men's club throw F31/32/51||3 September 2012|
|Gold||Kamel Kardjena||2012 London||Men's shot put F32-33||4 September 2012|
|Silver||Karim Betina||2012 London||Men's shot put F32-33||4 September 2012|
|Bronze||Mounir Bakiri||2012 London||Men's shot put F32-33||4 September 2012|
|Gold||Nassima Saifi||2012 London||Women's discus throw F57–58||4 September 2012|
|Bronze||Samir Nouioua||2012 London||Men's 1500 m T46||4 September 2012|
|Gold||Mohamed Berrahal||2012 London||Men's discus throw F51–53||6 September 2012|
|Silver||Hocine Gherzouli||2012 London||Men's discus throw F40||6 September 2012|
|Silver||Lynda Hamri||2012 London||Women's long jump F13||7 September 2012|
|Bronze||Lahouari Bahlaz||2012 London||Men's discus throw F32-34||7 September 2012|
|Gold||Abdellatif Baka||2012 London||Men's 800 m T13||8 September 2012|
|Silver||Samir Nouioua||2012 London||Men's 800 m T46||8 September 2012|
|Silver||Lahouari Bahlaz||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's shot put F32||8 September 2016|
|Silver||Nassima Saifi||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's shot put F56/57||8 September 2016|
|Bronze||Nadia Medjemedj||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's shot put F56/57||8 September 2016|
|Silver||Mounia Gasmi||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's club throw F31/32||9 September 2016|
|Silver||Kamel Kardjena||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's shot put F33||10 September 2016|
|Bronze||Nadia Medjemedj||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's javelin throw F56||10 September 2016|
|Gold||Abdellatif Baka||2016 Rio de Janeiro||1500 metres T13||11 September 2016|
|Silver||Mohamed Berrahal||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's 100 metres T51||13 September 2016|
|Bronze||Lynda Hamri||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's long jump T12||13 September 2016|
|Bronze||Mohamed Fouad Hamoumou||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's 400 metres T13||15 September 2016|
|Gold||Nassima Saifi||2016 Rio de Janeiro||discus throw F56/57||15 September 2016|
|Bronze||Sofiane Hamdi||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's 400 metres T37||16 September 2016|
|Gold||Samir Nouioua||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Men's 1500 metres T46||16 September 2016|
|Gold||Asmahan Boudjadar||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's shot put F33||16 September 2016|
|Gold||Hassiba Boulmerka||1991 Tokyo||Women's 1500 metres||31 August 1991|
|Bronze||Azzedine Brahmi||1991 Tokyo||Men's 3000 metres steeplechase||31 August 1991|
|Gold||Noureddine Morceli||1991 Tokyo||Men's 1500 metres||1 September 1991|
|Gold||Noureddine Morceli||1993 Stuttgart||Men's 1500 metres||22 August 1993|
|Bronze||Hassiba Boulmerka||1993 Stuttgart||Women's 1500 metres||22 August 1993|
|Gold||Hassiba Boulmerka||1995 Gothenburg||Women's 1500 metres||5 August 1995|
|Gold||Noureddine Morceli||1995 Gothenburg||Men's 1500 metres||13 August 1995|
|Bronze||Djabir Saïd-Guerni||1999 Seville||Men's 800 metres||29 August 1999|
|Gold||Djabir Saïd-Guerni||2003 Paris||Men's 800 metres||31 August 2003|
|Silver||Taoufik Makhloufi||2019 Doha||Men's 1500 metres||6 October 2019|
|Bronze||Othmane Belfaa||1985 Paris||Men's High jump||18 January 1985|
|Gold||Noureddine Morceli||1991 Seville||Men's 1500 metres||9 March 1991|
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