Bermuda

History

Bermuda made its first Summer Olympic Games appearance in 1936 and has competed ever since, with the exception of 1980 where it participated in the United States-led boycott. The British Overseas Territory generally sends a small team to compete featuring in such sports as athletics, equestrian, sailing, swimming and more recently, triathlon. Bermuda won its first and only medal at the 1976 Olympics where boxer Clarence Hill won bronze in the men’s heavyweight event.

Qualified Quotas

None as of yet.