Mozambique at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Mozambique At The 2004 Summer Olympics

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Mozambique at the 2004 Summer Olympics

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Mozambique competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.

Results by event


The only Olympic medalist in Mozambican history, Maria de Lurdes Mutola, was the defending champion and three-time World champion in the women's 800 metres, and while she moved through to the final fairly comfortably, in the final itself she missed out on defending her Olympic title, falling short by less than two-tenths of a second. Indeed, the race was so close that she actually finished fourth, as two other runners finished even closer to the gold medal spot. Mutola did run a seasonal best in the final, while Kurt Couto, who did not advance in the 400 metre hurdles, set a new national record in that event.

Men's 400 metre Hurdles:
  • Kurt Couto
    • Round 1: 51.18 s (7th in heat 1, did not advance, 31st overall) (Mozambican Record)

Women's 800 metres:
  • Maria de Lurdes Mutola
    • Round 1: 2:01.50 (2nd in heat 1, Qualified, 13th overall)
    • Semifinal: 1:59.30 (1st in semifinal 3, Qualified, 7th overall)
    • Final: 1:56.51 (4th overall) (Season Best)


Neither Mozambican swimmer managed a top-50 finish in Athens.

Men's 100 metre Freestyle:

Women's 50 metre Freestyle:


  • President: Fernando Reis Ganhão
  • Secretary General: Marcelino Macome


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