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Macedonia at the 1996 Summer Olympics

Macedonia at the Olympic Games

Flag of the Republic of Macedonia
IOC code  MKD
NOC Macedonian Olympic Committee
Website (Macedonian)
At the Atlanta
Competitors 11 (8 men and 3 women) in 4 sports
Flag bearer Vladimir Bogoevski
Medals Gold
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games
Other related appearances
Yugoslavia (1920–1988)
Independent Olympic Participants (1992)

The Atlanta, United States. Officially under the name of "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. It was the first appearance of the nation at the Olympic Games after it seceded from Yugoslavia in 1991.


  • Results by event 1
    • Canoeing 1.1
    • Shooting 1.2
    • Swimming 1.3
    • Wrestling 1.4
  • References 2

Results by event


Men's slalom K-1

  • Lazar Popovski
    • 158.30 (Run 1: 159.53, 0 points, Run 2: 158.30, 0 points, 29th place)

Men's slalom C-1

  • Nenad Trpovski
    • 316.19 (Run 1: 191.19, 125 points, Run 2: Did not finish, 30th place)

Women's slalom K-1

  • Ana Ugrinovska
    • 346.93 (Run 1: 261.93, 85 points, Run 2: 218.17, 265 points, 29th place)


Men's 10 metre air rifle

  • Darko Naseski
    • Qualification: 580 points (36th place, did not advance)


Men's 100 metre butterfly

Men's 200 metre butterfly

Men's 400 metre individual medley

Women's 400 metre freestyle

Women's 800 metre freestyle

Women's 200 metre butterfly

Women's 400 metre individual medley


Men's freestyle 48 kg:

Men's freestyle 57 kg:

Men's freestyle 74 kg:


  1. ^ Officially under the provisional appellation "former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia", short "FYR Macedonia"
  • Official Olympic Reports
  • sports-reference
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