Over their four appearances, Rhodesians won a total of 21 gold medals, 18 silver and 15 bronze. As one of two Rhodesians at the 1960 Games, Margaret Harriman won her country's first two gold medals, in archery. She won two more in archery four years later, along with a gold in dartchery, in the mixed pairs' open, with George Mann. Lynette Gilchrist won five gold medals in 1964: one in club throw, one in javelin and three in swimming. Leslie Manson-Bishop also took two gold medals in swimming that year. In 1968, all Rhodesia's gold medals came from swimming, with Jacequeline Thompson (one), Sandra Coppard (two), Leslie Manson-Bishop (two) and Andrew James Scott (one). This was also the case in 1972, when Sandra James won two gold and Scott took one, all in swimming. James and Scott went on to compete for Zimbabwe, winning a number of silver and bronze medals in 1980.