Mongolia's first Olympic champion came in judo at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games when Naidangiin TUVSHINBAYAR won the men's half heavyweight title.
Mongolia celebrated their second gold medal only a few days later when Enkhbatyn BADAR-UUGAN won the men's bantamweight boxing on the final day of competition.
Mongolia first appeared at the Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck and were represented later that year by a team of 21 in five sports at the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games.
Mongolia's wrestlers have provided most of the country's medals.
Jigjidiin MONKHBAT took silver in freestyle middleweight on the same day as three other wrestlers claimed bronze. They were Mongolia's first medals at the Olympic Games.
The first Mongolian woman to win an Olympic medal was pistol shooter Dorzshsurer MUNKHBAYAR at the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games.
Bugd Nairamdakh Mongol
Anthem: Year of Induction
Music Bilegin DAMDINSUREN and Luvsanjamts MURJORJ,*words by Tsendin DAMDINSUREN.
Official NOC name
IOC recognition date
NOC President's name
Dr Demchigjav ZAGDSUREN
NOC General Secretary's name
Mr Jugder OTGONTSAGAAN
IOC Member's Name
Mr Shagdarjav MAGVAN (Honorary)
Year of first appearance in an Olympic Games
Number of appearances in Olympic Games
12, including London 2012
Summary of Olympic Games Appearances
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|Wrestling - Freestyle||0||4||4||8|
|Medals per year|