Mongolia

History

Mongolia made its first Summer Olympic appearance in 1964 and has competed ever since, with the exception of 1984 where it participated in the Soviet Union boycott. The nation typically competes with at least 20 athletes, but in 2016 it sent over 40 athletes. The sports Mongolia typically competes in are archery, athletics, boxing, judo, shooting and wrestling.

Mongolia won its first medal in 1968 and has won at least one medal in all subsequent Olympics with the exception of 2000. In total the nation has won 26 medals across 4 sports; nine in wrestling, eight in judo, seven in boxing and two in shooting. The most successful athlete is judoka Naidangiin Tuvshinbayar whom won a gold medal in 2008 and a silver medal in 2012 in the men’s -100kg event. In 2016 Mongolia won two medals.

Qualified Quotas

Archery

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Individual Baatarkhuyagiin Otgonbold

Athletics

Women’s Events

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s Marathon Bayartsogtyn Munkhzaya

Basketball

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s 3×3 Qualified Via Rankings

Shooting

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s 10m Air Rifle Oyuunbatyn Yesugen
Women’s 25m Pistol Otryadyn Gundegmaa
Men’s 10m Air Pistol Enkhtaivany Davaakhuu
Women’s 10m Air Pistol Tsolmonbaatar Anudari
Mixed Team 10m Air Pistol Eligible to compete

Wrestling

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Freestyle -65kg Tomor-Ochiryn Tulga
Women’s Freestyle -68kg Soronzonboldyn Battsetseg