France at the Olympics
|France at the Olympic Games|
France has competed in every modern Olympic Games, although its participation at the 1904 Games is questionable, with Albert Corey's appearance being credited by different sources to either the United States or France. However the IOC as the final arbiter has determined that his affiliation was to the United States of America.
French athletes have won 671 medals at the Summer Olympic Games, with fencing and cycling as the top medal-producing sports. France has won an additional 109 medals at the Winter Olympic Games, mostly in alpine skiing.
France has hosted the Games on five occasions.
|1900 Summer Olympics||Paris||14 May – 28 October||24||997||95|
|1924 Winter Olympics||Chamonix||25 January – 4 February||16||258||16|
|1924 Summer Olympics||Paris||4 May – 27 July||44||3,089||126|
|1968 Winter Olympics||Grenoble||6 – 18 February||37||1,158||35|
|1992 Winter Olympics||Albertville||8 – 23 February||64||1,801||57|
- *Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.
Medals by Summer Games
Medals by Winter Games
Medals by summer sport
|Tug of war||0||1||0||1|
Medals by winter sport
|Cross country skiing||0||1||1||2|
- List of flag bearers for France at the Olympics
- Category:Olympic competitors for France
- France at the Paralympics
- List of Olympic female gymnasts for France