Spain at the Olympics
Spain first participated at the Olympic Games in 1900, and has sent athletes to compete in most Summer Olympic Games since 1920. Spain has also participated in every Winter Olympic Games since 1936. Its team is organised by the Spanish Olympic Committee (COE, Comité Olímpico Español) created in 1924.
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Spain withdrew from the 1936 Summer Olympics in Nazi Germany because of the Civil War, and also boycotted the 1956 Games in Melbourne because of the Soviet Union's invasion of Hungary. The equestrian events in 1956 were held five months earlier in Stockholm, and Spain did participate in those events.
Spanish athletes have won a total of 154 medals, with sailing as the top medal-producing sport. Four of those medals were won at the Winter Games.
The COE counts one medal more than the IOC because they recognized one won by Pedro José Pidal y Bernaldo de Quirós in live pigeon shooting in the 1900 Summer Olympics, while the IOC doesn't recognize the event as an official one as the winners were given a money award.
Spain has hosted the Games on 1 occasion.
|1992 Summer Olympics||Barcelona||25 July – 9 August||169||9,356||257|
- *Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.
Medals by Summer GamesEdit
Medals by Winter GamesEdit
Medals by summer sportEdit
Leading in that sport
Medals by winter sportEdit
List of medalistsEdit
|Gold||Francisco Fernández Ochoa||1972 Sapporo||Alpine skiing||Men's slalom|
|Bronze||Blanca Fernández Ochoa||1992 Albertville||Alpine skiing||Women's slalom|
|Bronze||Regino Hernández||2018 Pyeongchang||Snowboarding||Men’s snowboard cross|
|Bronze||Javier Fernández||2018 Pyeongchang||Figure skating||Men’s singles|