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About Us

History

The National Olympic Committee of Tajikistan was established in 1992 for the purpose to represent the Olympic movement, agitation of the Olympic ideals, development of the sport and organizes the participation of Tajikistan National Team at the summer, winter and youth Olympic Games, regional, continental and the world championships which is organized under the auspices of International Olympic Committee, Association of the National Olympic Committees and Olympic Council of Asia. The National Olympic Committee of Tajikistan is one of 206 National Olympic Committees on January 1st 1993 recognized by the International Olympic Committee. 

Tajikistan in the olympic games

Tajikistan as an independent state had been represented for the first time in XXVI Summer Olympic Games Atlanta-1996 and athletes won 4 Olympic medals-1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze since ever.

Every Olympic Games the Founder of Peace and National Unity, the Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan Mr. Emomali Rahmon encourages athletes for getting worthy sport achievements. In this regard, he had started being President of the National Olympic Committee of Tajikistan since 2009 that this is a precious gift for athletes.  The Leader of the Nation, Mr. Emomali Rahmon participated in the Summer Olympic Games Beijing-2008, Winter Olympic Games Sochi-2014 and Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Ashgabat-2017 directly.

ATLANTA (USA)-1996

Athletes:

1. Boqiev Rustam, Judo

2. Dadaboev Gulsara, Athletics

3. Dgvareli Rasul, Greco-Roman Wrestling

4. Nazriev Khairullo, Judo

5. Orin Sergey, Recreational Diving

6. Rahimov Saidahtam, Judo

7. Shlemova Nataliya, Free Diving

8. Hasanov Khurshed, Boxing


SYDNEY (Australia)   2000

Athletes:

1.       Dadaboeva Gulsara, Athletics

2.       Zabavski Sergey, Athletics

3.       Izmaylova Katherine, Swimming

4.       Orypov Farhod, Swimming


ATHENA (Greece)  2004

Athletes:

1.       Abdusalomov Yusuf, Freestyle Wrestling

2.       Aliev Shamil, Freestyle Wrestling

3.       Babikov Sergey, Shooting

4.       Dadaboev Gulsara, Athletics

5.       Dostiev Sherali, Boxing

6.       Nabieva Nargis, Archery

7.       Nazarov Dilshod

8.       Ivanovo Natalya, Freestyle Wrestling


BEIJING (China) 2008

Athletes:

1.       Abdusalomov Usuf, Freestyle Wrestling

2.       Arslonkulov Nematullo, Judo

3.       Babikov Sergey, Shooting

4.       Bozorov Sherali, Judo

5.       Bokiev Rasul, Judo

6.       Dostiev Sharali, Boxing

7.       Izmaylova Ekaterina, Swimming

8.       Kamoliddinova Albina, Archery

9.       Koryakin Vitali, Freestyle Wrestling

10.   Qurbonov Jahon, Boxing

11.   Mityaeva Galina, Athletics

12.   Nazarov Dilshod, Athletics

13.   Sangov Nizom, Weightlifting

14.   Chingizov Alisher, Swimming

15.   Yunusov Anvar, Boxing


LONDON (Great Britain) 2012

Athletes:

1.       Abdusalomov Usuf, Freestyle Wrestling

2.       Babikov Sergey, Shooting

3.       Bokiev Rasul, Judo

4.       Gulov Alisher, Taekwondo

5.       Izmaylovo Ekaterina, Swimming

6.       Iskandari Rustam, Freestyle Wrestling

7.       Qurbonov Jahon, Boxing

8.       Nazarov Dilshod, Athletics

9.       Nazarov Sobirjohn, Boxing

10.   Nematov Farhod, Taekwondo

11.   Noev Nikolay, Freestyle Wrestling

12.   Ovcharenko Vladislav, Athletics

13.   Sobirov Parviz, Judo

14.   Chorieva Mavzuna, Boxing

15.   Yunusov Anvar, Boxing

16.   Yusufov Zelimkhon, Freestyle Wrestling


RIO DE JANEIRO (Brazil) 2016

Athletes:

1.       Abdurahmonov Muhammadmurod, Judo

2.       Qurbonov Olim, Swimming

3.       Nazarov Dilshod, Athletics

4.       Pronzhenko Kristina, Athletics

5.       Ustopiriyon Komronshoh,

6.       Tyurina Anastasia, Swimming

7.       Unusov Anvar, Boxing  

Tajikistans athletes attend Winter Olympic Games since 2002. Andrey Drigin represented this country in three Winter Olympic Games- Turin 2002, Lake Placid 2006, Vancouver 2010 and Alisher Qudratov attended Winter Olympic Games Sochi-2014.

The first Youth Olympic Games had been taken place in 2010 which Tajikistans young athletes won 2 medals: 1 silver, 1 bronze.

Tajikistan National Olympic Team in the Youth Summer Olympic Games Singapore:

1.       Abdukodir Barotov, Hummer Throwing

2.       Bahodur Qodirov, Freestyle Wrestling

3.       Kristina Zayniddinova, Archery

4.       Shukrona Sharipova, Taekwondo

5.       Siyovush Zuhurov,Boxing

6.       Davron Atabaev, Athletics


Tajikistan National Olympic Team in the II Summer Youth Olympic Games Nanjing-2014 (China):

1.       Yokubov Firuz, Freestyle Wrestling (Weight 100 kg)

2.       Okhunov Tohirjohn, Greco-Roman Wrestling (Weight 85 kg)

3.       Isoev Ravzatullo, Greco-Roman Wrestling (Weight 42 kg)

4.       Nazarov Mehrangez, Athletics (1500 m)

5.       Farukhi Salim, Judo (Weight 81 kg)

6.       Zamirova Anisa, Archery

7.       Karina Klimik, Swimming

8.       Shermatov Jafar, Shooting from weapon 


ASIAN GAMES

Asia Summer Games are organized by Olympic Council of Asia every four years among athletes from all over Asia since 1951. Asian Games program includes following sports:

Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Canoeing, Cricket, Cycling, Diving, Equestrian, Fencing, Field hockey, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Handball, Judo, Kabaddi, Karate, Modern, pentathlon, Rowing, Rugby union, Sailing, Sepaktakraw, Shooting, Soft tennis, Squash, Swimming, Synchronized swimming, Table tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball, Water polo, Weightlifting, Wrestling, Wushu

Tajikistans athletes attend Asia Summer Games since 1994 and they won 21 medals until 2018.

Tajikistan National Team won 2 bronze medals in Asian Summer Games Hiroshima-1994:

Khairullo Nazriev, Judo (Weight 86 kg) and Isroil Ismoilov, Karate-do (Weight-80 kg)

Tajikistans athletes acquired 6 medals: 2 silver and 4 bronze during the Asian Summer Games Busan-2002 (South Korea)

Silver medals:

Lydia Karamchakova- Freestyle Wrestling (Weight 48 kg)

Yusuf Abdusalomov-Freestyle Wrestling (Weight 74 kg)

Bronze medals:

Shamil Aliev- Freestyle Wrestling, (Weight 84 kg)

Abdusalom Hasanov-Boxing (54 kg)

Mehroj Umarov- Boxing (48 kg)

Isroil Ismoilov-Karate-do, (75 kg)

Tajikistans athletes for the first time won gold medals of the Asian Games in Doha-2006 (Qatar). They won 4 medals: 2 gold and 2 bronze.  

Gold medals:

Dilshod Nazarov-Hummer Thrower (result 74,43 m)

Jahon Qurbonov, Boxing (Weight 81 kg)

Bronze medals:

Rasul Bokiev-Judo (Weight 73 kg)

Shokirjohn Rajabov-Taekwondo (84 kg)

Tajiks athletes won 4 Asian Games medals: 1 gold and 3 bronze in Guangzhou-2010 (China).

Gold medal:

Dilshod Nazarov, Hummer Thrower (result 76,44 m)

Bronze medals:

Rasul Bokiev-Judo  (Weight 73 kg)

Murodali Tuychiev-Greco-Roman Wrestling (Weight 120 kg)

Jahon Qurbonov-Boxing (Weight 91 kg)

Tajikistans athletes acquired 5 medals of Asian Games: 1gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze in Incheon-2014 (South Korea). Based on number of medals Tajikistan took 23rd place in the list of Asian countries.

Gold Medal:

Dilshod Nazarov-Hummer Thrower

Silver medal:

Zelimkhon Yusufov-Freestyle Wrestling (Weight 65 kg)

Bronze medals:

Farhod Negmatov, Taekwondo (Weight 80 kg)

Alisher Gulov, Taekwondo (Weight +87 kg)

Mohru Halimova-Taekwondo (+73 kg)