Georgia at the 1996 Summer Olympics

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Georgia at the Olympic Games

Flag of Georgia
IOC code  GEO
NOC Georgian National Olympic Committee
Website www.geonoc.org.ge (Georgian) (English)
At the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta
Competitors 34 (27 men, 7 women) in 13 sports
Flag bearer Giorgi K'andelak'i
Medals
Rank: 68
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
2
Total
2
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games
Other related appearances
Russian Empire (1900–1912)
Soviet Union (1952–1988)
Unified Team (1992)

Georgia competed in the Summer Olympic Games as an independent nation for the first time at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. Previously, Georgian athletes competed for the Unified Team at the 1992 Summer Olympics. 34 competitors, 27 men and 7 women, took part in 39 events in 13 sports.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Bronze[edit]

Archery[edit]

In its debut Olympic archery competition, Georgia sent only Unified Team-era veteran archer and quarterfinalist Khatouna Kurivichvili. In Atlanta, she was defeated in the first round.

Women's Individual Competition:

Athletics[edit]

Women's Shot Put

  • Qualification — 17.69m (→ did not advance)

Boxing[edit]

Men's Lightweight (60 kg)

Men's Light Welterweight (63,5 kg)

Men's Welterweight (67 kg)

Men's Middleweight (75 kg)

Men's Heavyweight (91 kg)

Diving[edit]

Women's 3m Springboard

  • Preliminary lane

— 191.49 (→ did not advance, 28th place)

Fencing[edit]

One male fencer represented Georgia in 1996.

Men's sabre

Gymnastics[edit]

Judo[edit]

Men's extra-lightweight (60 kg)

Men's half-lightweight (65 kg)

Men's lightweight (71 kg)

Men's half-middleweight (78 kg)

Men's middleweight (86 kg)

Men's half-heavyweight (95 kg)

Men's heavyweight (+95 kg)

Modern pentathlon[edit]

Men's Individual Competition

Rhythmic gymnastics[edit]

Sailing[edit]

Shooting[edit]

Weightlifting[edit]

Men's Light-Heavyweight

  • Final — 160.0 + 200.0 = 360.0 (→ 9th place)

Wrestling[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Georgia at the 1996 Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-02-11.