Tonga at the 2004 Summer Olympics
|Tonga at the Olympic Games|
|At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens|
|Competitors||5 (4 men and 1 woman) in 4 sports|
|Flag bearer||Ma'afu Hawke|
|Olympic history (summary)|
Results by event
Taumoepeau fell 15 points behind eventual gold medalist Galiazzo in the first three arrows, and continued to lose ground throughout the match.
- Sifa Taumoepeau
Mueller's finish of ninth in his heat is somewhat rare, as sprint races typically have eight starters, but he still drew a positive by setting a new personal best.
- Filipo Muller
- Round 1: 11.18 s (9th in heat 8, did not advance, 73rd overall) (Personal Best)
- Ana Po'Uhila
- Qualification: 15.33 m (18th in Group B, did not advance, 32nd overall)
Tonga, and Oceania as a whole (outside Australia and New Zealand) had only ever won one Olympic medal, and it came in Boxing in the Atlanta Olympics.Paea Wolfgramme surprised everyone when he beat one of the tournament favourites, the Cuban Super heavyweight Champion. In Athens, Tonga sent one boxer to try to duplicate this performance, but he lost his first match.
- Akapei Latu
- President: Hon. David Tevita Tupou
- Secretary General: Sitiveni Takaetali Finau
Chef De Mission Takitoa Taumoepeau Team Doctor Doctor Lisimoni Kami
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