Honduras

History

Honduras made its first Summer Olympic appearance in 1968. They would miss the next Olympics and return in 1976. In 1980 they participated in the United States led boycott. After competing in 1984 the nation has appeared in all subsequent Olympics. The Honduras team size varies depending on whether or not the football team qualifies. Other sports Honduras typically competes in are athletics, boxing, judo and swimming. The nation has yet to win its first medal.

Qualified Quotas

Athletics

Men’s Events

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s 100m Melique Garcia

Football

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Men’s Tournament Alex Guity
Denil Maldonado
Wesly Decas
Carlos Melendez
Cristopher Melendez
Jonathan Nunez
Alejandro Reyes
Edwin Rodriguez
Juan Carlos Obregon
Rigoberto Rivas
Darixon Vuelto
Michael Perello
Luis Palma
Joseph Rosales
Kervin Arriaga
Jose Antonio Garcia
Jose Pinto
Enrique Facusse
Douglas Martinez
Carlos Argueta
Jorge Alvarez
Jorge Benguche
Wesly Decas
Jose Garcia
Alex Guity
Denil Maldonado
Douglas Martinez
Carlos Melendez
Cristopher Melendez
Brayan Moya
Jonathan Nunez
Luis Palma
Michael Perello
Carlos Pineda
Jose Pinto
Jose Reyes
Rigoberto Rivas
Edwin Rodriguez
Samuel Elvir*
Juan Obregon*
Elvin Oliva*
Bryan Ramos*

* Reserve Athlete

Judo

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s -63kg Tripartite Invitation Cergia David

Taekwondo

Event Qualifying Athletes Selected Athletes
Women’s +67kg Tripartite Invitation Keila Avila