Mixed-NOCs participation at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics

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Mixed-NOCs participation at the Youth Olympic Games
Mixed-NOC teams participated under the Olympic flag
Mixed-NOC teams participated under the Olympic flag
At the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics
in Singapore
Medals Gold
9
Silver
8
Bronze
11
Total
28

The first medal count above include those won at events where all participating teams were mixed-NOC teams, as well as those won at events where some teams were mixed-NOC and others single-NOC.

Medals Gold
1
Silver
0
Bronze
2
Total
3

The second medal count above only includes medals won by mixed-NOC teams at events where there were also teams representing individual NOCs.

Teams made up of athletes representing different National Olympic Committees (NOCs), called mixed-NOCs teams, participated in the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. These teams participated in either events composed entirely of mixed-NOCs teams, or in events which saw the participation of mixed-NOCs teams and non-mixed-NOCs teams. When a mixed-NOCs team won a medal, the Olympic flag was raised rather than a national flag; if a mixed-NOCs team won gold, the Olympic anthem would be played instead of national anthems.

Background[edit]

The concept of mixed-NOCs was newly introduced in the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics, in which athletes from different nations would compete in the same team, often representing their continent. This is in contrast to the Mixed team (IOC code: ZZX) found at early senior Olympic Games.

Medal summary[edit]

The following medal summary lists all nations whose athletes won a medal while competing for a mixed-NOCs team. If there is more than one athlete from the same nation on a medal-winning team, only one medal of that colour is credited, so therefore in this medal summary Italy are credited with only one gold rather than five for their participation in the gold-winning fencing team. The summary shows how many events at which a nation had an athlete in a medal-winning mixed-NOCs team; as an example, the United States had athletes in two gold-winning mixed-NOCs teams and athletes in two bronze-winning mixed-NOCs teams and is therefore listed with two golds and two bronzes.

A total of 63 National Olympic Committees, including hosts Singapore, had at least one athlete representing a mixed-NOCs team win a medal.

Archery pictogram.svg Archery[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team
details
 Gloria Filippi
Italy (ITA)
 Anton Karoukin
Belarus (BLR)
 Zoi Paraskevopoulou
Greece (GRE)
 Gregor Rajh
Slovenia (SLO)
 Begunhan Unsal
Turkey (TUR)
 Abdul Dayyan Jaffar
Singapore (SIN)

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' medley relay
details
Americas
 Caio dos Santos
Brazil (BRA)
 Odane Skeen
Jamaica (JAM)
 Najee Glass
United States (USA)
 Luguelin Santos
Dominican Republic (DOM)
Europe
 David Bolarinwa
Great Britain (GBR)
 Tomasz Kluczynski
Poland (POL)
 Marco Lorenzi
Italy (ITA)
 Nikita Uglov
Russia (RUS)
Oceania
 Lepani Naivalu
Fiji (FIJ)
 John Rivan
Papua New Guinea (PNG)
 Nicholas Hough
Australia (AUS)
 Raheen Williams
Australia (AUS)
Girls' medley relay
details
Americas
 Myasia Jacobs
United States (USA)
 Tynia Gaither
Bahamas (BAH)
 Rashan Brown
Bahamas (BAH)
 Robin Reynolds
United States (USA)
Africa
 Josephine Omaka
Nigeria (NGR)
 Nkiruka Florence Nwakwe
Nigeria (NGR)
 Izelle Neuhoff
South Africa (RSA)
 Bukola Abogunloko
Nigeria (NGR)
Europe
 Annie Tagoe
Great Britain (GBR)
 Anna Bongiorni
Italy (ITA)
 Sonja Mosler
Germany (GER)
 Bianca Razor
Romania (ROU)

Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team jumping
details
Europe
 Martin Fuchs
Switzerland (SUI)
 Wojciech Dahlke
Poland (POL)
 Valentina Isoardi
Italy (ITA)
 Carian Scudamore
Great Britain (GBR)
 Nicola Philippaerts
Belgium (BEL)
Australasia
 Zin Man Lai
Hong Kong (HKG)
 Jake Lambert
New Zealand (NZL)
 Zhengyang Xu
China (CHN)
 Sultan Al Tooqi
Oman (OMA)
 Thomas McDermott
Australia (AUS)
Africa
 Yara Hanssen
Zimbabwe (ZIM)
 Zakaria Hamici
Algeria (ALG)
 Abduladim Mlitan
Libya (LBA)
 Mohamed Abdalla
Egypt (EGY)
 Samantha McIntosh
South Africa (RSA)

Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team
details
Europe 1
 Yana Egoryan
Russia (RUS)
 Marco Fichera
Italy (ITA)
 Camilla Mancini
Italy (ITA)
 Leonardo Affede
Italy (ITA)
 Alberta Santuccio
Italy (ITA)
 Edoardo Luperi
Italy (ITA)
Europe 2
 Anja Musch
Germany (GER)
 Nikolaus Bodoczi
Germany (GER)
 Victoria Alekseeva
Russia (RUS)
 Richard Hubers
Germany (GER)
 Martyna Swatowska
Poland (POL)
 Tevfik Burak Babaoglu
Turkey (TUR)
Americas 1
 Celina Merza
United States (USA)
 Alexandre Lyssov
Canada (CAN)
 Allana Goldie
Canada (CAN)
 Will Spear
United States (USA)
 Katharine Holmes
United States (USA)
 Alexander Massilas
United States (USA)

Judo pictogram.svg Judo[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team
details
Essen
 Alex Garcia Mendoza
Cuba (CUB)

 Lesly Cano
Peru (PER)
 Kairat Agibayev
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
 Andrea Krisandova
Slovakia (SVK)
 Miku Tashiro
Japan (JPN)
 Pedro Rivadulla
Spain (ESP)
 Daryl Lokuku Ngambomo
DR Congo (COD)

Belgrade
 Haley Baxter
New Zealand (NZL)
 Marius Piepke
Germany (GER)
 Jennet Geldybayeva
Turkmenistan (TKM)
 Dulguun Otgonbayar
Mongolia (MGL)
 Anna Dmitrieva
Russia (RUS)
 Jeremy Saywell
Malta (MLT)
 Lola Mansour
Belgium (BEL)
 Babacar Cisse
Senegal (SEN)
Tokyo
 Gaelle Nemorin
Mauritius (MRI)
 Batuhan Efemgil
Turkey (TUR)
 Seul Bi Bae
South Korea (KOR)
 Fabio Basile
Italy (ITA)
 Kevin Fernandez
Honduras (HON)
 Rotem Shor
Israel (ISR)
 Kseniya Darchuk
Ukraine (UKR)
 Patrik Ferreira Martins
Andorra (AND)

Cairo
 Christine Huck
Austria (AUT)
 Eldin Omerovic
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)
 Neha Thakur
India (IND)
 Andrea Guillen
Costa Rica (CRC)
 Mansurkhuja Muminkhujaev
Uzbekistan (UZB)
 Barbara Matic
Croatia (CRO)
 Pedro Pineda
Venezuela (VEN)
 Ioan Visan
Romania (ROU)

Modern pentathlon pictogram.svg Modern pentathlon[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed relay
details
 Anastasiya Spas
Ukraine (UKR)
 Ilya Shugarov
Russia (RUS)
 Zhu Wenjing
China (CHN)
 Kim Dae-Beom
South Korea (KOR)
 Gulnaz Gubaydullina
Russia (RUS)
 Lukas Kontrimavičius
Lithuania (LTU)

Table tennis pictogram.svg Table tennis[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed team
details
Won by a team representing the individual NOC of  Japan (JPN) Won by a team representing the individual NOC of  South Korea (KOR)  Gu Yuting (CHN) and
 Adem Hmam (TUN)

Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' doubles
details
 Oliver Golding (GBR) and
 Jiří Veselý (CZE)
Won by a team representing the individual NOC of  Russia (RUS) Won by a team representing the individual NOC of  Slovakia (SVK)
Girls' doubles
details
Won by a team representing the individual NOC of  China (CHN) Won by a team representing the individual NOC of  Slovakia (SVK)  Tímea Babos (HUN) and
 An-Sophie Mestach (BEL)

Triathlon pictogram.svg Triathlon[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed relay
details
Europe 1
 Eszter Dudas
Hungary (HUN)
 Miguel Valente Fernandes
Portugal (POR)
 Fanny Beisaron
Israel (ISR)
 Alois Knabl
Austria (AUT)
Oceania 1
 Ellie Salthouse
Australia (AUS)
 Michael Gosman
Australia (AUS)
 Maddie Dillon
New Zealand (NZL)
 Aaron Barclay
New Zealand (NZL)
Americas 1
 Kelly Whitley
United States (USA)
 Kevin McDowell
United States (USA)
 Adriana Barraza
Mexico (MEX)
 Lautaro Diaz
Argentina (ARG)

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