|Thailand at the|
|NOC||National Olympic Committee of Thailand|
| Medals |
Thailand first participated at the Youth Olympic Games in 2010, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Youth Olympic Games since then.
Medals by Summer Games
Medals by Winter Games
|Gold||Pisit Poodchalat||Singapore 2010||Badminton||Boys' singles|
|Gold||Sapsiree Taerattanachai||Singapore 2010||Badminton||Girls' singles|
|Gold||Siripon Kaewduang-ngam||Singapore 2010||Sailing||Girls' Techno 293|
|Gold||Worawong Pongpanit||Singapore 2010||Taekwondo||Girls' 49 kg|
|Silver||Chatuphum Chinnawong||Singapore 2010||Weightlifting||Boys' 77 kg|
|Silver||Sirivimon Pramongkhol||Singapore 2010||Weightlifting||Girls' 48 kg|
|Silver||Chitchanok Pulsabsakul||Singapore 2010||Weightlifting||Girls' +63 kg|
|Gold||Panipak Wongpattanakit||Nanjing 2014||Taekwondo||Girls' 44 kg|
|Gold||Rattanaphon Pakkaratha||Nanjing 2014||Weightlifting||Girls' 53 kg|
|Gold||Dunganksorn Chaidee||Nanjing 2014||Weightlifting||Girls' +63 kg|
|Silver||Sarisa Suwannachet||Nanjing 2014||Swimming||Girls' 400 m freestyle|
|Silver||Sakda Meeboon||Nanjing 2014||Weightlifting||Boys' 62 kg|
|Bronze||Busanan Ongbumrungpan||Nanjing 2014||Badminton||Girls' Single|
|Bronze||Danthai Boonma||Nanjing 2014||Golf||Boys' individual|
|Bronze||Supamas Sangchan||Nanjing 2014||Golf||Girls' individual|
|Gold||Kanthinda Saengsin||Buenos Aires 2018||Taekwondo||Girls' 55 kg|
|Gold|| Atthaya Thitikul |
|Buenos Aires 2018||Golf||Mixed team|
|Gold||Panpatchara Somnuek||Buenos Aires 2018||Boxing||Girls' 57 kg|
|Gold||Atichai Phoemsap||Buenos Aires 2018||Boxing||Boys' 60 kg|
|Silver||Natthawat Chomchuen||Buenos Aires 2018||Weightlifting||Boys' 56 kg|
|Silver||Nareupong Thepsen||Buenos Aires 2018||Taekwondo||Boys' 63 kg|
|Silver||Thipwara Chontavin||Buenos Aires 2018||Weightlifting||Girls' -63 kg|
|Silver||Sarawut Sukthet||Buenos Aires 2018||Boxing||Boys' 52 kg|
|Silver||Porntip Buapa||Buenos Aires 2018||Boxing||Girls' 60 kg|
|Bronze||Phittayaporn Chaiwan||Buenos Aires 2018||Badminton||Girls' singles|
|Bronze||Weerapon Jongjohor||Buenos Aires 2018||Boxing||Boys' 75 kg|
|Gold||Witthawat Thumcha||Nanjing 2014||Athletics||Mixed 8 × 100 m relay|
|Silver||Kunlavut Vitidsarn||Buenos Aires 2018||Badminton||Mixed team relay|
|Silver||Aitthiwat Soithong||Buenos Aires 2018||Archery||Mixed team|
Flag bearers by Summer Games
Flag bearers by Winter Games
|Roller speed skating||1|
|Short track speed skating||1|
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