National Olympic Committee of Mozambique
Rue Mateus Sansoa Muthemba 397
Caixa Postal
1404 Maputo
+(258) 823 635203
Anibal Manave
Secretary General
Penalva Cezar

The Republic of Mozambique joined the Commonwealth in 1995, a former Portuguese territory they made their debut in the 1998 Commonwealth Games which were held in Kuala Lumpur.

This south-east African nation took gold and silver on their debut in Kuala Lumpur via the women's 800m track final. The legendary Maria Mutola claiming the first prize in Malaysia, a feat she repeated in the 2002 Manchester Games (pictured). At the Melbourne Games in 2006 she took a bronze in the same event. At the 2014 Games in Glasgow Mozambique matched their inaugural medal haul in KL, this time winning two medals in T12 Women’s para-athletics (Silver) and 60k Women’s Boxing.

Established in 1979, the Mozambique National Olympic Committee is responsible for the country's participation at the Commonwealth Games and in the Commonwealth Youth Games.


Games Entered Gold Silver Bronze Total
Glasgow 2014 - 1 1 2
Delhi 2010 - - - -
Melbourne 2006 - - 1 1
Manchester 2002 1 - - 1
Kuala Lumpur 1998 1 1 - 2
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