Macedonia at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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Macedonia at the Olympic Games

Flag of the Republic of Macedonia
IOC code  MKD
NOC Macedonian Olympic Committee
Website www.mok.org.mk (Macedonian)
At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney
Competitors 10 (6 men, 4 women) in 5 sports
Flag bearer Lazar Popovski
Medals
Rank: 71
Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
1
Total
1
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The Republic of Macedonia[1] competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Officially under the name of "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

Macedonia won its first ever Olympic medal on the final day of competition. Magomed Ibragimov won a bronze medal in wrestling. It was Macedonia's only medal of the 2000 Olympics.

The at-the-time president of Macedonia, Boris Trajkovski, was in Sydney during the Olympic Games and attended the Opening Ceremony.

Medalists[edit]

Medal Name Sport Event Date
 Bronze Mogamed Ibragimov Wrestling Men's freestyle 85 kg October 1

Results by event[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Men's 800 metres

Women's 1500 metres

Canoeing[edit]

Men's slalom K-1

  • Lazar Popovski
    • Qualifying: 266.60 (Run 1: 132.23, 0 points, Run 2: 130.37, 4 points, 17th place, did not advance)

Shooting[edit]

Women's 50 metre rifle three positions

  • Divna Pešić
    • Qualification: 561 points (190 Prone, 190 Standing, 181 Kneeling) (36th overall, did not advance)

Women's 10 metre air rifle

  • Divna Pešić
    • Qualification: 384 points (44th overall, did not advance)

Swimming[edit]

Men's 100 metre butterfly

Men's 200 metre butterfly

Men's 200 metre individual medley

Women's 200 metre freestyle

Women's 400 metre freestyle

Women's 800 metre freestyle

Women's 200 metre butterfly

Women's 400 metre individual medley

Wrestling[edit]

Men's freestyle 76 kg

Men's freestyle 85 kg

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Officially under the provisional appellation "former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia", short "FYR Macedonia"

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