HomeMajor Games Participation and Medals Tally

From 1984 - 2016
SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

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Los Angeles

1984

Seoul

1988

Barcelona

1992

Atlanta

1996

Sydney

2000

Athens

2004

Beijing

2008

London

2012

Rio de Janeiro

2016

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2012 Maryam Yusuf

won Bahrain’s first Gold medal in the Women’s 1,500 metres.
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2016 Ruth Jebet

won the Gold medal in the Women’s 3,000 metres Steeplechase, and
Eunice Kirwa won Bahrain’s first Silver medal in the Women’s Marathon. Bahrain fielded its largest delegation to date with 35 athletes, comprising 21 men and 14 women.

From 1985- 2011
PAN ARAB GAMES

2011 - Best performance to date, with 38 medals (12 Gold, 12 Silver and 14 Bronze)
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Morocco

1985

Syria

1992

Lebanon

1997

Jordan

1999

Algeria

2004

Egypt

2007

Qatar

2011

From 1982 -2018
ASIAN GAMES

2018 - Best performance to date, with 26 medals (12 Gold, 7 Silver and 7 Bronze).
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India

1982

South Korea

1986

China

1990

Japan

1994

Thailand

1998

South Korea

2002

Qatar

2006

China

2010

South Korea

2014

Indonesia

2018

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