National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus

March 22, 1991 – the NOC Belarus establishment as the Charter was ratified, Vladimir Ryzhenkov became elected President of the NOC Belarus.

March 9, 1992 - the NOC Belarus recognition by the International Olympic Committee as a temporary member.

September 21, 1993 – the NOC Belarus official recognition by the International Olympic Committee upon the decision of the 101st IOC session in Monaco.

February 12 – 27, 1994 – participation in the XVII Olympic Winter Games Lillehammer 1994 for the first time as an independent team

33 Belarusian athletes participated in 7 sports. 

2 silver medals were won by: 

  • Igor Zhelezovsky - speed skating; 
  • Svetlana Paramygina - biathlon. 

July 19 - August 4, 1996 – participation in the Games of the XXVI Olympiad Atlanta 1996

144 Belarusian athletes participated in 21 sports. 

15 medals were won.

Gold medals: 

  • Ekaterina Khodotovich – rowing. 

Silver medals: 

  • Aleksey Medvedev - wrestling (130 kg); 
  • Aleksandr Pavlov – greco-roman wrestling (48 kg); 
  • Sergey Lishtvan – greco-roman wrestling (100 kg); 
  • Vladimir Dubrovshchik - athletics (discus throwing); 
  • Natalya Sazanovich - athletics (heptathlon); 

Igor Basinski - shooting. 

8 bronze medals by: 

  • Vasiliy Kaptyukh - athletics (discus throwing); 
  • Vitaly Scherbo - artistic gymnastics (individual championship, vault, parallel bars, horizontal bars) x4; 
  • Ellina Zvereva - athletics (discus throwing); 
  • Valery Tsilent - greco-roman wrestling (82 kg); 
  • Natalya Lavrinenko, Aleksandra Pankina, Natalya Volchek, Tamara Davydenko, Valentina Skrabatun, Yelena Mikulich,  Natalia Stasyuk, Marina Znak, Yaroslava Pavlovich - rowing. 

May 15, 1997 – the new NOC Belarus member staff was elected.

The President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko was elected the NOC Belarus President.  

February 07 – 22, 1998 – participation in the XVIII Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998

59 Belarusian athletes competed in 9 sports.

Two bronze medals were won by:

  • Dmitri Dashchinski– freestyle skiing; 
  • Aleksei Aidarov - biathlon. 

September 15 - October 1, 2000 – participation in the Games of the XXVII Olympiad Sydney 2000

134 Belarusian athletes participated in 21 sports. 

17 medals were won. 

3 gold medals by:  

  • Ekaterina Karsten - rowing;
  • Ellina Zvereva - athletics (discus throwing); 
  • Yanina Karolchik - athletics (shot put). 

3 silver medals by: 

  • Igor Basinski - shooting; 
  • Yulia Raskina – rythmic gymnastic (all-round events);
  • Tatyana Ananko, Tatyana Belan, Anna Glazkova, Irina Ilyenkova, Maria Lazuk, Olga Puzhevich -  rythmic gymnastic (in team competitions). 

11 bronze medals by: 

  • Igor Astapkovich - athletics (hammer throwing); 
  • Igor Basinski - shooting;
  • Dmitry Debelka – greco-roman wrestling (130 kg);
  • Pavel Dovgal - modern pentathlon; 
  • Lalita Yauhleuskaya - shooting;
  • Siarhei  Laurenau - weightlifting (69 kg); 
  • Anatoly Laryukov - judo (73 kg); 
  • Sergei Martynov - shooting;
  • Gennady Oleshchuk - weightlifting (62 kg);
  • Natalya Sazanovich - athletics (heptathlon); 
  • Iryna Yatchenko - athletics (discus throwing). 

March 27, 2001 - the new NOC Belarus member staff was elected.

February 08 – 24, 2002 – participation in the XIX Olympic Winter Games Salt Lake City 2002

64 Belarusian athletes participated in 9 sports. 

A single bronze medal was won by Alexei Grishin in freestyle skiing.

August 13 - 28, 2004 – participation in the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad Athens 2000

151 Belarusian athletes participated in 23 sports. 

15 medals were won. 

Gold medals by:

  • Yulia Nestsiarenka - athletics (100m);
  • Ihar Makarau – judo.

Silver medals by:

  • Hanna Batsushka – weightlifting;
  • Andrei Rybakou – weightlifting;
  • Ekaterina Karsten - rowing;
  • Viktar Zuyev - boxing;
  • Magomed Aripgadjiev – boxing.

Bronze medals by:

  • Sergei Martynov - shooting;
  • Tatsiana Stukalava – weightlifting;
  • Natallia Tsylinskaya - cycling;
  • Viachaslau Makaranka - greco-roman wrestling;
  • Natallia Helakh and Yuliya Bichyk - rowing;
  • Raman Piatrushenka and Vadzim Makhneu   - canoeing;
  • Vadim Devyatovskiy - athletics (hammer throwing);
  • Nadzeya  Ostapchuk - athletics (shot put).

November 25, 2004 - the new NOC Belarus member staff was elected.

February 10-26, 2006 – participation in the XX Olympic Winter Games 2006

28 Belarusian athletes participated in 7 sports.

The only silver medal was won by Dmitri Dashchinski (freestyle skiing).

August 08-24, 2008 – participation in the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Beijing 2008

181 Belarusian athletes participated in 26 sports. 

13 medals were won. 

22 Belarusian athletes became Olympic medalists.

Gold medals by: 

  • Andrei Aramnau -weightlifting;
  • Andrei and Aliaksandr Bahdanovich - canoe sprint;
  • Raman Piatrushenka, Vadzim Makhneu, Aliaksei Abalmasau, Arthur Litvinchuk - K-4.

Silver medals by: 

  • Andrei Krauchanka - athletics (decathlon);
  • Inna Zhukova - rhythmic gymnastics;
  • Vadim Devyatovskiy - athletics (hammer throwing).

Bronze medals by: 

  • Michail Siamionau - greco-roman wrestling;
  • Ekaterina Karsten - rowing;
  • Yuliya Bichyk, Natallia Helakh - rowing;
  • Murad Gaidarov - freestyle wrestling;
  • Raman Piatrushenka, Vadzim Makhneu - K-2;
  • Kseniya  Sankovich, Alina Tumilovich, Anastasia  Ivankova, Zinaida Lunina, Olesia  Babushkina, Glafira Martinovich - rhythmic gymnastics;
  • Ivan Tsikhan - athletics (hammer throw).

February 12-28, 2010 – participation in the XXI Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2010

49 Belarusian athletes participated in 6 sports.

3 medals were won.

Gold medals:

  • Aleksei Grishin - freestyle skiing.

Silver medal:

  • Sergey Novikov - biathlon.

Bronze medal:

  • Darya Domracheva - biathlon.

April 9, 2010 – the new NOC Belarus member staff was elected.

July 27 – August 12, 2012 – participation in the Games of the XXX Olympiad London 2012

173 Belarusian athletes participated in 25 sports. 

10 medals were won.

Gold medals by:

  • Sergei Martynov - shooting;
  • Viktoria Azarenka and Maxim Mirnyi - tennis (mixed doubles).

Silver medals by:

  • Aliaksandra  Herasimenia (swimming) x2;
  • Aliaksandr Bahdanovich,Andrei Bahdanovich - canoe sprint;
  • Raman Piatrushenka,Vadzim Makhneu - K-2;
  • Maryna Hancharova, Anastasia Ivankova, Nataliya Leshchyk, Aliaksandra Narkevich, Kseniya Sankovich, Alina Tumilovich - rhythmic gymnastics.

Bronze medals by:

  • Viktoria  Azarenka - tennis;
  • Maryna Pautaran, Volha Khudzenka, Nadzeya Papok, Iryna  Pamialova - K-4;
  • Liubou Charkashina - rhythmic gymnastics.

October 26, 2012 - the new NOC Belarus member staff was elected.

February 07-23 – participation in the XXII Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014

26 Belarusian athletes participated in 5 sports.

6 medals were won.

Gold medals by:

  • Darya Domracheva - biathlon x3;
  • Anton Kushnir - freestyle skiing;
  • Alla Tsuper - freestyle skiing.

A bronze medal by:

  • Nadzeya  Skardzina - biathlon.

August 05-21, 2016 – participation in the Games of the XXXI Olympiad Rio-de-Janeiro 2016

123 Belarusian athletes participated in 23 sports.

9 medals were won:

Gold medals by:

  • Uladzislau  Hancharou - trampolining.

Silver medals by:

  • Darya Naumava - weightlifting;
  • Vadzim  Straltsou - weightlifting;
  • Maryia  Mamashuk- women's wrestling;
  • Ivan Tsikhan - athletics (hummer throw).

Bronze medals by:

  • Javid  Hamzatau - greco-roman wrestling;
  • Aliaksandra  Herasimenia - swimming;
  • Marharyta  Makhneva, Nadzeya  Liapeshka, Volha  Khudzenka, Maryna Litvinchuk - kayaking;
  • Ibrahim Saidau - freestyle wrestling. 

30 May 2017 - Alexander Lukashenko was unanimously upheld and re-elected President of the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus. The hole structure and working process were exposed to reorganization. 

Throughout existance of the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus, our athletes have participated in 12 Olympic Games: 6 Winter Olympic Games and 6 Summer Olympic Games.

96 athletes have become Olympic champions and medalists.

They won 94 Olympic medals: 18 gold, 30 silver and 46 bronze medals.