|Kenya at the|
|NOC||National Olympic Committee of Kenya|
| Medals |
Kenya first participated at the Olympic Games in 1956, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except for the boycotted 1976 and 1980 Games. Kenya participated in the Winter Olympic Games in 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2018. Kenyan athletes have won 103 medals in total, all from boxing and track and field events, making them the most successful African committee at the Olympics. In terms of total medals won, the most recent Summer Olympics (2008, 2012, and 2016) have been Kenya's most successful, producing 42 medals between them.
The number of Kenyan women winning Olympic medals has risen dramatically, from their first in 1996 to more than half the Kenyan medals in 2016 (seven).
Increasingly, Kenya-born athletes are immigrating to compete in the Olympics for other countries, most notably Bahrain. In the 2016 Olympics, there were ~20 such athletes, including multiple medal winners.
The National Olympic Committee for Kenya is the National Olympic Committee Kenya, founded in 1955.
|1968 Mexico City||39||3||4||2||9||14|
|1976 Montreal||Did not participate|
|1984 Los Angeles||61||1||0||2||3||23|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||89||6||6||1||13||15|
|2024 Paris||Future Event|
|2028 Los Angeles|
|2002 Salt Lake City||1||0||0||0||0||–|
|2010 Vancouver||Did not participate|
|2022 Beijing||Future Event|
|Totals (2 sports)||35||42||36||113|
|Bronze||Wilson Kiprugut||1964 Tokyo||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Gold||Naftali Temu||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Gold||Kipchoge Keino||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Gold||Amos Biwott||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Benjamin Kogo||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Daniel Rudisha , Munyoro Nyamau, Naftali Bon, Charles Asati||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 4 × 400 m relay|
|Silver||Kipchoge Keino||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Bronze||Naftali Temu||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Silver||Wilson Kiprugut||1968 Mexico City||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Bronze||Philip Waruinge||1968 Mexico City||Boxing||Men's featherweight|
|Gold||Kipchoge Keino||1972 Munich||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Gold||Charles Asati , Munyoro Nyamau, Robert Ouko, Julius Sang||1972 Munich||Athletics||Men's 4 × 400 m relay|
|Silver||Kipchoge Keino||1972 Munich||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Silver||Ben Jipcho||1972 Munich||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Philip Waruinge||1972 Munich||Boxing||Men's featherweight|
|Bronze||Julius Sang||1972 Munich||Athletics||Men's 400 m|
|Bronze||Mike Boit||1972 Munich||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Bronze||Samuel Mbugua||1972 Munich||Boxing||Men's lightweight|
|Bronze||Dick Murunga||1972 Munich||Boxing||Men's welterweight|
|Gold||Julius Korir||1984 Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Bronze||Michael Musyoki||1984 Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Bronze||Ibrahim Bilali||1984 Los Angeles||Boxing||Men's flyweight|
|Gold||Julius Kariuki||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Gold||John Ngugi||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Gold||Paul Ereng||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Gold||Peter Rono||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Gold||Robert Wangila||1988 Seoul||Boxing||Men's welterweight|
|Silver||Peter Koech||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Douglas Wakiihuri||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Bronze||Kipkemboi Kimeli||1988 Seoul||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Bronze||Chris Sande||1988 Seoul||Boxing||Men's middleweight|
|Gold||Matthew Birir||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Gold||William Tanui||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Silver||Richard Chelimo||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Silver||Patrick Sang||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Paul Bitok||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Silver||Nixon Kiprotich||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Bronze||William Mutwol||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Bronze||Samson Kitur||1992 Barcelona||Athletics||Men's 400 m|
|Gold||Joseph Keter||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Paul Tergat||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Silver||Moses Kiptanui||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Paul Bitok||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Silver||Pauline Konga||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Women's 5000 m|
|Bronze||Stephen Kipkorir||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Bronze||Fred Onyancha||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Bronze||Erick Wainaina||1996 Atlanta||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Gold||Noah Ngeny||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Gold||Reuben Kosgei||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Paul Tergat||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Silver||Wilson Boit Kipketer||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Erick Wainaina||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Bronze||Bernard Lagat||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Bronze||Joyce Chepchumba||2000 Sydney||Athletics||Women's Marathon|
|Gold||Ezekiel Kemboi||2004 Athens||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Bernard Lagat||2004 Athens||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Silver||Brimin Kipruto||2004 Athens||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Isabella Ochichi||2004 Athens||Athletics||Women's 5000 m|
|Silver||Catherine Ndereba||2004 Athens||Athletics||Women's Marathon|
|Bronze||Paul Kipsiele Koech||2004 Athens||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Bronze||Eliud Kipchoge||2004 Athens||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Gold||Asbel Kipruto Kiprop||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 1500 m|
|Gold||Brimin Kiprop Kipruto||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Gold||Wilfred Bungei||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Gold||Samuel Wanjiru||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Gold||Pamela Jelimo||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's 800 m|
|Gold||Nancy Lagat||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's 1500 m|
|Silver||Janeth Jepkosgei Busienei||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's 800 m|
|Silver||Catherine Ndereba||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's Marathon|
|Silver||Eunice Jepkorir||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Eliud Kipchoge||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Bronze||Richard Kipkemboi Mateelong||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Bronze||Micah Kogo||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Bronze||Edwin Cheruiyot Soi||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Bronze||Alfred Kirwa Yego||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Bronze||Sylvia Kibet||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's 5000 metres|
|Bronze||Linet Masai||2008 Beijing||Athletics||Women's 10000 metres|
|Gold||Ezekiel Kemboi||2012 London||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Gold||David Rudisha||2012 London||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Silver||Sally Kipyego||2012 London||Athletics||Women's 10000 m|
|Silver||Priscah Jeptoo||2012 London||Athletics||Women's Marathon|
|Silver||Vivian Cheruiyot||2012 London||Athletics||Women's 5000 m|
|Silver||Abel Kirui||2012 London||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Bronze||Vivian Cheruiyot||2012 London||Athletics||Women's 10000 m|
|Bronze||Abel Mutai||2012 London||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Bronze||Milcah Chemos Cheywa||2012 London||Athletics||Women's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Bronze||Timothy Kitum||2012 London||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Bronze||Thomas Longosiwa||2012 London||Athletics||Men's 5000 m|
|Bronze||Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich||2012 London||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Bronze||Pamela Jelimo||2012 London||Athletics||Women's 800 m|
|Gold||David Rudisha||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Men's 800 m|
|Gold||Conseslus Kipruto||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Men's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Gold||Eliud Kipchoge||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Men's Marathon|
|Gold||Faith Kipyegon||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's 1500 m|
|Gold||Jemimah Sumgong||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's Marathon|
|Gold||Vivian Cheruiyot||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's 5000 m|
|Silver||Helen Obiri||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's 5000 m|
|Silver||Hyvin Jepkemoi Kiyeng||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's 3000 m steeplechase|
|Silver||Vivian Cheruiyot||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's 10000 m|
|Silver||Boniface Mucheru Tumuti||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Men's 400m hurdles|
|Silver||Paul Tanui||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Men's 10000 m|
|Silver||Julius Yego||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Men's Javelin|
|Bronze||Margaret Wambui||2016 Rio de Janeiro||Athletics||Women's 800 m|
|Kipchoge Keino||M||Athletics||1500 m, 5000 m, 3000 m st.||1964–1972||2||2||0||4|
|Eliud Kipchoge||M||Athletics||5000 m, marathon||2004–2020||2||1||1||4|
|Ezekiel Kemboi||M||Athletics||3000 m st.||2004–2016||2||0||0||2|
|David Rudisha||M||Athletics||800 m||2012–2016||2||0||0||2|
|Faith Kipyegon||F||Athletics||1500 m||2012–2020||2||0||0||2|
|Vivian Cheruiyot||F||Athletics||5000 m, 10,000 m||2000–2016||1||2||1||4|
|Charles Asati||M||Athletics||4x400 m||1968–1976||1||1||0||2|
|Munyoro Nyamau||M||Athletics||4x400 m||1968–1972||1||1||0||2|
|Brimin Kipruto||M||Athletics||3000 m st.||2004–2016||1||1||0||2|
|Julius Sang||M||Athletics||400 m, 4x400 m||1968–1972||1||0||1||2|
|Naftali Temu||M||Athletics||5000 m, 10,000 m||1964–1972||1||0||1||2|
|Pamela Jelimo||F||Athletics||800 m||2008–2012||1||0||1||2|
|Paul Bitok||M||Athletics||5000 m||1992–1996||0||2||0||2|
|Paul Tergat||M||Athletics||10,000 m||1996–2000||0||2||0||2|
|Wilson Kiprugut||M||Athletics||800 m||1964–1968||0||1||1||2|
|Bernard Lagat||M||Athletics||1500 m||2000–2004||0||1||1||2|
Australia has sent athletes to all editions of the modern Olympic Games. Australia has competed in every Summer Olympic Games, as well as every Winter Olympics except 1924–32 and 1948. In 1908 and 1912 Australia competed with New Zealand under the name Australasia.
Sweden first participated at the Olympic Games at the inaugural 1896 Games, and has sent athletes to compete in every Games since then with one exception, the sparsely attended 1904 Summer Olympics. Sweden has earned medals at all Olympic games except for two, the 1896 Games and the 1904 Games. The only other nation having earned medals at every Olympic game since 1908 is Sweden's neighboring country Finland.
Hungary first participated at the Olympic Games at the inaugural 1896 Games, and has sent athletes to compete in most Summer Olympic Games and every Winter Olympic Games since then. The nation was not invited to the 1920 Games for its role in World War I, and was part of the Soviet-led boycott of the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Athletes from the United Kingdom, all but three of its overseas territories, and the three Crown dependencies, can compete in the Olympic Games as part of Team GB. Athletes from Northern Ireland can choose to compete as part of Team Ireland instead. It has sent athletes to every Summer and Winter Games, since the start of the Olympics' modern era in 1896, including the 1980 Summer Olympics, which were boycotted by a number of other Western nations. From 1896 to 2020 inclusive, Great Britain & NI has won 916 medals at the Summer Olympic Games, and another 32 at the Winter Olympic Games. It is the only national team to have won at least one gold medal at every Summer Games, lying third globally in the winning of total medals, surpassed only by the United States and the former Soviet Union.
Italy has competed at all the modern Olympic Games.
Denmark first participated at the Olympic Games at the inaugural 1896 Games, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except for the sparsely attended 1904 Games. Denmark has also participated in the Winter Olympic Games several times since 1948, including every Games since 1988.
Russia, officially known as the Russian Federation, has competed at the modern Olympic Games on many occasions, but as different nations in its history. As the Russian Empire, the nation first competed at the 1900 Games, and returned again in 1908 and 1912. After the Russian revolution in 1917, and the subsequent establishment of the Soviet Union in 1922, it would be thirty years until Russian athletes once again competed at the Olympics, as the Soviet Union at the 1952 Summer Olympics. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia competed as part of the Unified Team in 1992, and finally returned once again as Russia at the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Cuba first participated at the Olympic Games in 1900, and has sent athletes to compete in 20 of 28 Summer Olympic Games overall. Cuban athletes have won a total of 241 medals at the Summer Olympics.
Brazil first participated at the Olympic Games in 1920, after missing the previous five Summer editions. The country has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except for the 1928 Games. As of 2020, Brazilian athletes have won a total of 150 medals in 18 different Summer sports.
Originally having participated in Olympics as the delegation of the Republic of China (ROC) from 1924 to 1976, China competed at the Olympic Games under the name of the People's Republic of China (PRC) for the first time in 1952, at the Summer Games in Helsinki, Finland, although they only arrived in time to participate in one event. That year, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) allowed both the PRC and ROC to compete, although the latter withdrew in protest. Due to the dispute over the political status of China, the PRC did not participate in the Olympics again until the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, United States. Their first appearance at the Summer Olympic Games after 1952 was the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. The nation has participated in every Games of the Olympiad, boycott the Games of the XVI Olympiad in Melbourne Australia, Games of the XVII Olympiad in Rome Italy, Games of the XVIII Olympiad in Tokyo Japan, Games of the XIX Olympiad in Mexico City Mexico, Games of the XX Olympiad in Munich Germany, and Games of the XXI Olympiad in Montreal Canada. China also boycott the Games of the XXII Olympiad in Moscow USSR due to the American-led boycott and the ongoing Sino-Soviet split, together with the other countries.
Portugal first participated at the Olympic Games in 1912 and has since taken part in every edition of the Summer Olympic Games. Earlier that year, the Olympic Committee of Portugal was recognised by the International Olympic Committee as the Portuguese National Olympic Committee. In 1952, athletes representing Portugal competed for the first time at the Olympic Winter Games, and have only missed two editions since 1988.
Algeria first competed at the Olympic Games in 1964, and has participated in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except for the boycotted 1976 Summer Olympics. Algeria has also sent athletes to the Winter Olympic Games on three occasions. The National Olympic Committee for Algeria is the Comité Olympique Algérien, founded in 1963.
Jamaica first participated at the Olympic Games in 1948, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then. In 1960, Jamaican athletes competed as part of the West Indies Federation team. Jamaica has also participated in the Winter Olympic Games since 1988, with the Jamaica national bobsleigh team achieving some fame.
New Zealand first sent an independent team to the Olympics in 1920. Prior to this, at the 1908 and 1912 Summer Olympics, New Zealand and Australian athletes competed together in a combined Australasia team. New Zealand has also participated in most Winter Olympic Games since 1952, missing only the 1956 and 1964 Games.
The Czech Republic first participated at the Olympic Games as an independent nation in 1994, and has competed in every Summer Olympic Games and Winter Olympic Games since then. Prior to the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, Czech athletes had competed at the Olympics from 1920 to 1992 as Czechoslovakia and from 1900 to 1912 as Bohemia.
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. The Venezuelan Olympic Committee (COV) was created in 1935.
Australia has participated officially in every Paralympic Games since its inauguration in 1960 except for the 1976 Winter Paralympics.
Algeria made its Paralympic Games début at the 1992 Summer Paralympics in Barcelona, sending two competitors in athletics, and a goalball team. The country has taken part in every edition of the Summer Paralympics since then, but has never participated in the Winter Paralympics.
Norway has participated in every edition of both the Summer and Winter Paralympics, except the second Summer Games in 1964. It was one of the seventeen countries to take part in the inaugural Paralympic Games in 1960 in Rome, where it sent a delegation of eleven athletes. Norway was the host country of both the 1980 Winter Paralympics, in Geilo, and the 1994 Winter Paralympics, in Lillehammer.
Kenya competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, from 27 July to 12 August 2012. This was the nation's thirteenth appearance at the Olympics, they did not participate in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow because of the African and United States boycott.