Indonesia made its first Summer Olympic appearance in 1952 and has competed ever since, with the exception of 1964 where it boycotted the games and 1980 where it participated in the United States led boycott. The nation has been sending a delegation of at least 20 athletes since 1988 and has competed in a variety of sports with the most common ones being archery, athletics, badminton, boxing, swimming and weightlifting.

Indonesia won its first medal in 1988 and has won at least one medal since. In total the nation has won 31 medals across three sports; 19 in badminton, 11 in weightlifting and 1 medal in archery. The most successful athlete is weightlifter Eko Irawan whom won three medals; bronze in 2008 in the men’s -56kg event, bronze in 2012 in the men’s -62kg event and silver in 2016 in the men’s -62kg event. In 2016 Indonesia won three medals.

Qualified Quotas


Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Individual Riau Ega Agatha
Women’s Individual Diananda Choirunisa
Mixed Team Eligible to Compete


Men’s Events

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s 100m Lalu Muhammad Zohri


Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s 10m Air Rifle Vidya Toyyiba