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Lithuania at the 1992 Summer Olympics

Lithuania competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. It was the first Olympiad after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Lithuania was one of three ex-Soviet republics to compete individually, with Estonia and Latvia being the other two, instead of competing on the Unified Team. 47 competitors, 36 men and 11 women, took part in 31 events in 11 sports.[1]


  • Medalists 1
  • Athletics 2
  • Basketball 3
    • Men's Team Competition 3.1
  • Boxing 4
  • Canoeing 5
  • Cycling 6
  • Judo 7
  • Modern pentathlon 8
  • Rowing 9
  • Sailing 10
  • Swimming 11
  • Wrestling 12
  • References 13
  • External links 14


Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Ubartas, RomasRomas Ubartas Athletics Men's Discus Throw
 Bronze Brazdauskis, RomanasRomanas Brazdauskis
Valdemaras Chomičius
Darius Dimavičius
Gintaras Einikis
Sergėjus Jovaiša
Artūras Karnišovas
Gintaras Krapikas
Rimas Kurtinaitis
Šarūnas Marčiulionis
Alvydas Pazdrazdis
Arvydas Sabonis
Arūnas Visockas
Basketball Men's Team Competition


Athletes Event Results Place
Qualif. Final
Viktoras Meškauskas 20 km walk 1:33:24 26
Benjaminas Viluckis Hammer throw 70.54 m 20
Romas Ubartas Discus throw 66.08 m 65.12 m 1
Vaclavas Kidykas Discus throw 59.96 m 15
Athletes Event Results Place
Qualif. Final
Nijolė Medvedeva Long jump DSQ DSQ DSQ
Nelė Savickytė High jump 1.90 20
Teresė Nekrošaitė Javelin throw 58.28 18
Remigija Nazarovienė Heptathlon 6142 14


Men's Team Competition

  • Preliminary Round (Group B)
  • Defeated PR China (112:75)
  • Defeated Venezuela (87:79)
  • Defeated Puerto Rico (104:91)
  • Lost to Unified Team (80:92)
  • Defeated Australia (98:87)
  • Quarterfinals
  • Defeated Brazil (114:96)
  • Semifinals
  • Lost to United States (76:127)
  • Bronze Medal Match
  • Defeated Unified Team (82:78) → Bronze Medal
  • Team Roster


Athlete Weight 32 round 16 round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Place
Result Result Result Result Result
Vitalijus Karpačiauskas 67 kg  Andrey Piestrayev (EUN)
W 9-4
 Pepe Reilly (USA)
W 16-5
 Arkhom Chenglai (THA)
L 6-9
Did not advance 5
Leonidas Maleckis 71 kg  Salim Kbary (EGY)
W 13-6
 Robin Reid (GBR)
L 3-10
Did not advance 9
Vidas Markevičius 91 kg  Alexey Chudinov (EUN)
L 3-7
Did not advance 17
Gytis Juškevičius +91 kg -  David Anyim (KEN)
 Richard Igbineghu (NGR)
L 2-KO
Did not advance 5


Athlete Event First Round Repechage Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Artūras Vieta K1-500 m 1:41.96 3 1:41.04 2 Q 1:42.09 3 Q 1:42.34 9
K1-1000 m 3:40.81 2 Q 3:37.54 4 Q 3:46.92 9


Athlete Event Time Rank
Saulius Šarkauskas Road Race 4:35:56 23
Athlete Event Time Rank
Aiga Zagorska Road Race 2:05:03 14
Laima Zilporytė Road Race 2:05:03 18
Daiva Čepelienė Road Race 2:05:03 20
Athlete Event Qualification 16 round Repechage Querterfinals Semifinals Finals Place
Rita Razmaitė Sprint 8 Q
Ingrid Haringa
Wang Yan
 Galina Yenyukhina (EUN)
Did not advance
Aiga Zagorska Individual Pursuit 13
Did not advance 13


Men's Half-Heavyweight

Modern pentathlon

Three male pentathletes represented Lithuania in 1992.

Men's Individual

Men's Team


Men's Coxless Pairs

Men's Coxed Pairs

Women's Single Sculls

Women's Coxless Pairs


Men's Two Person Dinghy


Athletes Event Results Rank
Heats Final B Final A
Raimundas Mažuolis 50 m Freestyle 22.77 22.71 x 10
100 m Freestyle 50.17 50.13 x 10
Nerijus Beiga 100 m Breaststroke 1:05.17 x x 36
200 m Breaststroke 1:21.65 x x 31


Men's Bantamweight, Greco-Roman


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External links

  • International Olympic Committee results database
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