A brief glimpse into the past

Portugal U19 4-3 Italy U19 (AET): Pedro Correia snatches dramatic winner in Euro final
Portugal U19 4-3 Italy U19 (AET): Pedro Correia snatches dramatic winner in Euro final

Substitute Pedro Correia scored a dramatic extra-time winner as Portugal won the UEFA European U19 Championship with a 4-3 victory over Italy in Finland.



Team, Place & City Details

Czech Republic at the 1996 Summer Olympics
Czech Republic at the 1996 Summer Olympics

The Czech Republic competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. It was the first Summer Games since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, and so the Czech Republic and Slovakia competed as independent teams.

Czech Republic at the 1998 Winter Olympics
Czech Republic at the 1998 Winter Olympics

The Czech Republic competed at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. The medal hopes were set on ice hockey team and Kateřina Neumannová in cross-country skiing.

Czech Republic at the 1994 Winter Olympics
Czech Republic at the 1994 Winter Olympics

The Czech Republic competed at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. It was the first Winter Games since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, and so the Czech Republic and Slovakia competed as independent teams.

Czech Republic at the 1996 Summer Paralympics
Czech Republic at the 1996 Summer Paralympics

43 athletes from Czech Republic competed at the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta, United States.

Czech Republic at the 1998 Winter Paralympics
Czech Republic at the 1998 Winter Paralympics

Czech Republic competed at the 1998 Winter Paralympics in Nagano, Japan. 6 competitors from Czech Republic won 7 medals including 3 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze and finished 13th in the medal table.

Czech Republic at the 1994 Winter Paralympics
Czech Republic at the 1994 Winter Paralympics

Czech Republic competed at the 1994 Winter Paralympics in Lillehammer, Norway. 6 competitors from Czech Republic won a single bronze medal and finished joint 22nd and last in the medal table with Belgium, Estonia and Liechtenstein.

Portugal at the 1984 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. A delegation of thirty eight competitors participated in eleven sports, bringing home a total of three medals – a feat only repeated 20 years later, in Athens – including Portugal's first ever Olympic gold medal, through Carlos Lopes in the marathon.

Portugal at the 1988 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1988 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea. A dodadinal delegation of sixty four competitors participated in a new record number of fourteen sports.

Portugal at the 1992 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1992 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. 90 competitors, 68 men and 22 women, took part in 71 events in 14 sports.These Olympics saw Portugal listing the biggest share of competitors in the athletics, but also debuting in the tennis and badminton events, recently elevated to Olympic sports, as with the women's judo.

Portugal at the 1996 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1996 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. A delegation with a record number of 107 competitors participated in 79 events in 18 sports.

Portugal at the 1976 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1976 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada. A delegation of nineteen competitors participated in six sports, conquering, for the first time, two silver medals in one Olympiad and one olympic medal in the athletics.

Portugal at the 1960 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1960 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. A delegation of sixty five competitors participated in a record number of eleven sports, with the Star sailing team winning an Olympic silver medal, the second in Portugal's history.

Portugal at the 1952 Summer Olympics
Portugal at the 1952 Summer Olympics

Portugal competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. A delegation of 71 competitors, 68 men and 3 women, took part in 45 events in 10 sports.