San Marino at the Olympics

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San Marino at the
Olympics
Flag of San Marino.svg
IOC code SMR
NOC Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Sammarinese
Website www.cons.sm (in Italian)
Medals
Gold
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Silver
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Bronze
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Total
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Summer appearances
Winter appearances

San Marino, following its début at the 1960 Summer Olympics, has competed in 12 Summer Olympics, and 7 Winter Olympics. The country has never won a medal.

Among its most successful athletes are Francesco Amici, and Emanuela Felici, who both competed in shooting at the 2004 Summer Olympics, and "missed out on places in the finals by the narrowest of margins".[1] Alessandra Perilli came closest to winning San Marino's first ever medal in the Women's Trap final at London 2012, finishing in a three-way tie for 2nd place, but was the first to miss in the shoot-off meaning she finished 4th.

Medal tables

See also

References

  1. ^ San Marino at the Olympics, The Telegraph

External links

  • "San Marino". International Olympic Committee. 
  • "San Marino". Sports-Reference.com. 
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