Lebanon at the Olympics
|Lebanon at the|
|NOC||Lebanese Olympic Committee|
Lebanon's first appearance in the Olympics was in 1936 when a "delegation of officials" attended the Summer Olympics in Berlin. Following the formation of the Lebanese Olympic Committee in 1947, Lebanon participated for the first time at the Olympic Games in 1948, and has sent athletes to compete in all but one Summer Olympic Games since then. Lebanon was one of three nations to boycott the 1956 Games in protest of the British and French involvement in the Suez Crisis. Lebanon has also participated in most Winter Olympic Games since 1948, missing only the 1994 and 1998 Winter Games.
Lebanon also participated at the 1st Youth Olympic Games 2010 in Singapore.
Medals by Games
Medals by sport
List of medalists
|Silver||Zakaria Chihab||1952 Helsinki||Wrestling||Men's Greco-Roman bantamweight|
|Bronze||Khalil Taha||1952 Helsinki||Wrestling||Men's Greco-Roman welterweight|
|Silver||Mohamed Traboulsi||1972 Munich||Weightlifting||Men's 75 kg|
|Bronze||Hassan Bechara||1980 Moscow||Wrestling||Men's Greco-Roman +100 kg|
- List of flag bearers for Lebanon at the Olympics
- Sport in Lebanon
- Category:Olympic competitors for Lebanon
- Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan By Britannica Educational Publishing