|Rwanda at the|
|NOC||Comité National Olympique et Sportif du Rwanda|
Rwanda has competed in ten Summer Olympic Games. They have never competed in the Winter Olympic Games.
Rwanda has never won an Olympic medal, but Jean de Dieu Nkundabera won a Paralympic bronze medal for Rwanda in athletics at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens.
|Games||Athletes||Athletes by sport||Gold||Silver||Bronze||Total||Rank|
|1984 Los Angeles||3||3||-||-||-||0||0||0||0||–|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||7||3||2||-||2||0||0||0||0||–|
|2024 Paris||Future Event|
|2028 Los Angeles|
The Bahamas first participated at the Olympic Games in 1952, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except when they participated in the American-led boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics. The nation has never participated in any Winter Olympic Games.
Barbados first competed at the Summer Olympic Games in 1968, and has participated in each Games since, with the exception of the 1980 Summer Olympics when Barbados joined the American-led boycott. The country's only Olympic medal is a bronze won by sprinter Obadele Thompson in the men's 100 metres at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Qatar has competed in 9 Summer Olympic Games. They have never competed in the Winter Olympic Games. Their first ever Olympic gold medal was won by Fares El-Bakh in weightlifting at the 2020 Summer Olympics, followed by a gold medal for Mutaz Essa Barshim in men's high jump. They have also won one silver and four bronze medals.
Myanmar, then competing as Burma, first participated at the Olympic Games in 1948, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then, except for the 1976 Games. The nation has never participated in the Winter Olympic Games. Since the 1992 Games, the nation has been designated as Myanmar in Olympic competition.
Rwanda sent a delegation to compete at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing. The country was represented by a single athlete. Jean de Dieu Nkundabera, who won a bronze medal in the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, competed in the 800 metre wheelchair sprint.
Vanuatu first competed at the Summer Paralympic Games in 2000, sending two athletes to compete in javelin events. The country was absent from the 2004 Games, returning to the Paralympics in 2008. Vanuatu has never taken part in the Winter Paralympic Games, and no ni-Vanuatu athlete has ever won a Paralympic medal.
The Sudan made its Summer Paralympic Games début at the 1980 Summer Paralympics in Arnhem, sending a delegation of eleven athletes to compete in track and field, swimming and table tennis. The country did not participate again until the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, where it was represented by just two competitors in track and field. The Sudan was absent again at the 2008 Games.
India made its Summer Paralympic début at the 1968 Games, competed again in 1972, and then was absent until the 1984 Games. The country has participated in every edition of the Summer Games since then. It has never participated in the Winter Paralympic Games.
Lesotho made its Paralympic Games début at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney. It has competed in every edition of the Summer Paralympics since then, but never in the Winter Paralympics. Lesotho has never won a medal at the Paralympic Games.
Nepal made its Paralympic Games début at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, sending just one athlete to compete in women's shot put. The country also took part in the 2008 Summer Games, but has never participated in the Winter Paralympics. Nepali competitors have never won a Paralympic medal.
Zambia made its Paralympic Games debut at the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta, with a single athlete competing in men's track and field. In 2000, Zambia had two representatives, once more in track and field. The country was absent from the 2004 Games, but sent one representative in 2008.
Rwanda made its Paralympic Games début at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney. It was represented by a single competitor, male swimmer Cesar Rwagasana. In 2004, Rwanda sent two runners: Olive Akobasenga and Jean de Dieu Nkundabera. Nkundabera won bronze in men's 800m race. He was the country's sole representative in 2008, entering the same event, but this time failed to advance past the heats.
Zimbabwe has been competing at the Paralympic Games since the country became independent in 1980; it had previously competed as Rhodesia. Zimbabwe was absent from the Games in 1988 and 1992, returning in 1996 with a two-man delegation, and has competed at every edition of the Summer Paralympics since then. It has never taken part in the Winter Paralympics.
Panama made its Paralympic Games début at the 1992 Summer Paralympics in Barcelona, with a delegation of two competitors in athletics. It has participated in every subsequent edition of the Summer Paralympics, but never in the Winter Paralympics. Panamanian delegations have always been small, never consisting in more than two competitors.
Bahrain made its Paralympic Games début the same year as its Olympic début, at the 1984 Summer Paralympics in Stoke Mandeville and New York City, sending a delegation to compete in athletics. The country has participated in every subsequent edition of the Summer Paralympics, but has never taken part in the Winter Paralympics.
The Philippines made its Paralympic Games debut at the 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul and has been fielding athletes up to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympic Games. Powerlifter Adeline Dumapong won her country's first Paralympic medal when she took the bronze medal in the Up to 82.5 kg event, lifting 110 kg in the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games.
Cyprus made its Paralympic Games début at the 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul, with a delegation of six athletes competing in archery, track and field, and swimming. The country has taken part in every subsequent edition of the Summer Paralympics, but has never participated in the Winter Paralympics.
Luxembourg made its Paralympic Games début at the 1976 Summer Paralympics in Toronto, with two competitors in archery and one in swimming. It competed again in 1980, where Marco Schmit won the country's first medal ; and in 1984, its most successful year, where Luxembourgers won a gold medal, four silver and a bronze. The country then missed the 1988 Summer Games, returning with a two-man delegation in 1992. Luxembourg was represented by a single competitor in archery in 1996, and was absent at the 2000 and 2004 Games, returning in 2008 with a single competitor in road cycling.
Rwanda competed at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. The team included one man and one woman. Competitors from Rwanda won one bronze medal to finish 73rd in the medal table.