|Angola at the|
|NOC||Angolan Olympic Committee|
Angola has competed in nine Summer Olympic Games. They have not yet won an Olympic medal and never complete the Winter Olympic Games until its debut. The best positions of the nation, 7th in 1996 and 8th in 2016, were both achieved by Angola women's national handball team.
Angola sent at the Summer Olympics 2016 the most athletes (26) and competed in the most events (7) out of all the countries in Central Africa. They did not win a medal however. Angola's youngest athlete in 2016 was Leite Hermenegildo, who was 16. Leite competed in Athletics. Angola's oldest athlete was Joao Paulo de Leiria E Silva who was 52 and competed in Shooting.
Medals by Summer Games
|1984 Los Angeles||did not participate|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||25||0||0||0||0||–|
|2024 Paris||Future event|
|2028 Los Angeles|
|1980 Moscow||Fernando Lopes||Swimming|
|1988 Seoul||João N'Tyamba (??)||Athletics|
|1992 Barcelona||Jean-Jacques Conceição||Basketball|
|1996 Atlanta||Palmira Barbosa||Handball|
|2000 Sydney||Nádia Cruz||Swimming|
|2004 Athens||Ângelo Victoriano||Basketball|
|2008 Beijing||João N'Tyamba||Athletics|
|2012 London||Antónia Moreira||Judo|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||Luísa Kiala||Handball|
|2020 Tokyo||Natália Bernardo & Matias Montinho||Handball (Bernardo) & Sailing (Montinho)|
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