Haiti

History

Haiti made its first Summer Olympic appearance in 1900 and initially made sporadic appearance. Their next appearance wouldn’t be until 1924. They would then compete in 1928, 1932 and 1960. After competing in 1972 they would compete in all subsequent Olympics with the exception of 1980 where they participated in the United States led boycott. The nation typically sends a small delegation with about 10 athletes competing in sports such as athletics, boxing and judo. Haiti’s first medal came in 1924 where a bronze medal was won in the men’s team free rifle event. Their other medal was in 1928 where Silvio Cator won silver in the men’s long jump.

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