Zimbabwe at the Olympics
|Zimbabwe at the Olympic Games|
|Other related appearances|
|Rhodesia (1928, 1960, and 1964)|
Zimbabwe first participated at the Olympic Games under that name in 1980, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then. Previously, Rhodesia had participated in the Games on three occasions since 1928. The nation has never participated in the Winter Olympic Games.
Zimbabwean athletes have won a total of eight medals: the surprise gold medal by the Zimbabwe women's national field hockey team in 1980, and seven medals by swimmer Kirsty Coventry, three in 2004 and four in 2008.
|1 ! Gold||1980 Moscow||Field hockey||Women's competition|
|1 ! Gold||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2004 Athens||Swimming||Women's 200-metre backstroke|
|2 ! Silver||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2004 Athens||Swimming||Women's 100-metre backstroke|
|3 ! Bronze||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2004 Athens||Swimming||Women's 200-metre individual medley|
|2 ! Silver||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2008 Beijing||Swimming||Women's 400-metre individual medley|
|2 ! Silver||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2008 Beijing||Swimming||Women's 100-metre backstroke|
|2 ! Silver||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2008 Beijing||Swimming||Women's 200-metre individual medley|
|1 ! Gold||Coventry, KirstyKirsty Coventry||2008 Beijing||Swimming||Women's 200-metre backstroke|
Medals by Games
|1984 Los Angeles||0||0||0||0|
Medals by sport
- "Olympic Medal Winners". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved 2007-12-19.
- "Zimbabwe Olympic Committee". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved 2011-06-14.