North Korea at the 1992 Summer Olympics

North Korea competed as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. It was the nation's first appearance in twelve years at the Summer Games due to its boycotting the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California and the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. 64 competitors, 36 men and 28 women, took part in 53 events in 12 sports.[1]

North Korea at the
1992 Summer Olympics
Flag of North Korea.svg
IOC codePRK
NOCOlympic Committee of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
in Barcelona
Competitors64 (36 men, 28 women) in 12 sports
Medals
Ranked 16th
Gold
4
Silver
0
Bronze
5
Total
9
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event
  Gold Choi Chol-su Boxing Men's flyweight
  Gold Kim Il Wrestling Men's 48 kg freestyle
  Gold Pae Gil-su Gymnastics Men's pommel horse
  Gold Ri Hak-son Wrestling Men's 52 kg freestyle
  Bronze Kim Myong-nam Weightlifting Men's 75 kg
  Bronze Kim Yong-sik Wrestling Men's 57 kg freestyle
  Bronze Ri Pun-hui Table tennis Women's singles
  Bronze Ri Pun-hui
Yu Sun-bok
Table tennis Women's doubles
  Bronze Ri Gwang-sik Boxing Men's bantamweight

ArcheryEdit

Women's Individual Competition:

Women's Team Competition:

  • Kim, Li, and Sin — Quarterfinal, 7th place (1-1)

AthleticsEdit

Men's Marathon

Women's Marathon

Women's Long Jump

  • Heat — 6.17 m (→ did not advance)

BoxingEdit

Men's Light Flyweight (– 48 kg)

CyclingEdit

Three cyclists, all women, represented North Korea in 1992.

Women's Individual Road Race

DivingEdit

Women's 3m Springboard

  • Preliminary Heat — 232.65 points (→ did not advance, 28th place)
  • Preliminary Heat — 206.64 points (→ did not advance, 29th place)

Women's 10m Platform

  • Preliminary Round — 282.36 points (→ 18th place)
  • Preliminary Round — 282.36 points (→ 23rd place)

GymnasticsEdit

JudoEdit

Rhythmic gymnasticsEdit

ShootingEdit

Table tennisEdit

WeightliftingEdit

WrestlingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "North Korea at the 1992 Summer Games". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 3 August 2016.

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