Trinidad and Tobago competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004. This was the nation's sixteenth appearance at the Summer Olympics as an independent nation, although it had previously appeared in four editions as part of the British colony and the West Indies Federation. Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee sent a total of nineteen athletes to the Games, ten men and nine women, to compete only in track and field (the largest by sport), shooting, swimming, and taekwondo, which made its Olympic debut; the nation's team size was relatively similar to the record in Sydney four years earlier.

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  • Trinidad and Tobago competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004. This was the nation's sixteenth appearance at the Summer Olympics as an independent nation, although it had previously appeared in four editions as part of the British colony and the West Indies Federation. Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee sent a total of nineteen athletes to the Games, ten men and nine women, to compete only in track and field (the largest by sport), shooting, swimming, and taekwondo, which made its Olympic debut; the nation's team size was relatively similar to the record in Sydney four years earlier. Eight athletes from the Trinidad and Tobago team had previously competed in Sydney, including swimmer and double Pan American Games champion George Bovell, sprinters Ato Modibo, who later married to Caymanian athlete Cydonie Mothersille, and Ato Boldon, who became the most decorated athlete for Trinidad and Tobago with a staggering record of four Olympic medals. Because of his repeated successes and being the most sophisticated athlete of the team as a four-time Olympian, Boldon reprised his role to carry the Trinidad and Tobago flag in the opening ceremony for the second time. Trinidad and Tobago left Athens with a remarkable historic milestone from George Bovell, being the nation's first ever swimmer to win an Olympic bronze medal in the men's 200 m individual medley. (en)
  • Trinidad und Tobago nahm an den Olympischen Sommerspielen 2004 in Athen, Griechenland mit einer Delegation von 19 Sportlern (zehn Männer und neun Frauen) teil. (de)
  • Trinidad y Tobago estuvo representada en los Juegos Olímpicos de Atenas 2004 por un total de 19 deportistas que compitieron en 4 deportes. El portador de la bandera en la ceremonia de apertura fue el atleta Ato Boldon. (es)
  • La Trinité-et-Tobago participe aux Jeux olympiques d'été de 2004 à Athènes. Il s'agit de leur 14e participation à des Jeux d'été. La délégation hongroise, composée de 19 athlètes, termine soixante-et-onzième du classement par nations avec 1 médailles (1 en bronze). (fr)
  • Trinidad e Tobago partecipò ai Giochi della XXVIII Olimpiade, svoltisi ad Atene, Grecia, dal 13 al 29 agosto 2004, con una delegazione di 19 atleti impegnati in quattro discipline. (it)
  • Trinidad en Tobago nam deel aan de Olympische Zomerspelen 2004 in Athene, Griekenland. Bij de vorige editie werd zilver en brons gewonnen, dit keer alleen één keer brons. (nl)
  • Trinidad e Tobago competiu nos Jogos Olímpicos de Verão de 2004, em Atenas, na Grécia. (pt)
  • Trynidad i Tobago na XXVIII Letnich Igrzyskach Olimpijskich w Atenach reprezentowało 19 sportowców (9 kobiet i 10 mężczyzn) w 4 dyscyplinach. Był to 15 start mieszkańców Trynidadu i Tobago na letnich igrzyskach olimpijskich. (pl)
  • 2004年夏季奥林匹克运动会特立尼达和多巴哥代表团的IOC代码为TRI,在2004年夏季奥林匹克运动会上共获得1块铜牌。 (zh)
  • Тринидад и Тобаго принимали участие в Летних Олимпийских играх 2004 года в Афинах (Греция) в пятнадцатый раз за свою историю и завоевали одну бронзовую медаль. Сборную страны представляло 19 спортсменов, в том числе 9 женщин. (ru)
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  • Trinidad und Tobago nahm an den Olympischen Sommerspielen 2004 in Athen, Griechenland mit einer Delegation von 19 Sportlern (zehn Männer und neun Frauen) teil. (de)
  • Trinidad y Tobago estuvo representada en los Juegos Olímpicos de Atenas 2004 por un total de 19 deportistas que compitieron en 4 deportes. El portador de la bandera en la ceremonia de apertura fue el atleta Ato Boldon. (es)
  • La Trinité-et-Tobago participe aux Jeux olympiques d'été de 2004 à Athènes. Il s'agit de leur 14e participation à des Jeux d'été. La délégation hongroise, composée de 19 athlètes, termine soixante-et-onzième du classement par nations avec 1 médailles (1 en bronze). (fr)
  • Trinidad e Tobago partecipò ai Giochi della XXVIII Olimpiade, svoltisi ad Atene, Grecia, dal 13 al 29 agosto 2004, con una delegazione di 19 atleti impegnati in quattro discipline. (it)
  • Trinidad en Tobago nam deel aan de Olympische Zomerspelen 2004 in Athene, Griekenland. Bij de vorige editie werd zilver en brons gewonnen, dit keer alleen één keer brons. (nl)
  • Trinidad e Tobago competiu nos Jogos Olímpicos de Verão de 2004, em Atenas, na Grécia. (pt)
  • Trynidad i Tobago na XXVIII Letnich Igrzyskach Olimpijskich w Atenach reprezentowało 19 sportowców (9 kobiet i 10 mężczyzn) w 4 dyscyplinach. Był to 15 start mieszkańców Trynidadu i Tobago na letnich igrzyskach olimpijskich. (pl)
  • 2004年夏季奥林匹克运动会特立尼达和多巴哥代表团的IOC代码为TRI,在2004年夏季奥林匹克运动会上共获得1块铜牌。 (zh)
  • Тринидад и Тобаго принимали участие в Летних Олимпийских играх 2004 года в Афинах (Греция) в пятнадцатый раз за свою историю и завоевали одну бронзовую медаль. Сборную страны представляло 19 спортсменов, в том числе 9 женщин. (ru)
  • Trinidad and Tobago competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004. This was the nation's sixteenth appearance at the Summer Olympics as an independent nation, although it had previously appeared in four editions as part of the British colony and the West Indies Federation. Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee sent a total of nineteen athletes to the Games, ten men and nine women, to compete only in track and field (the largest by sport), shooting, swimming, and taekwondo, which made its Olympic debut; the nation's team size was relatively similar to the record in Sydney four years earlier. (en)
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  • Trinidad and Tobago at the 2004 Summer Olympics (en)
  • Olympische Sommerspiele 2004/Teilnehmer (Trinidad und Tobago) (de)
  • Trinidad y Tobago en los Juegos Olímpicos de Atenas 2004 (es)
  • Trinité-et-Tobago aux Jeux olympiques d'été de 2004 (fr)
  • Trinidad e Tobago ai Giochi della XXVIII Olimpiade (it)
  • Trinidad en Tobago op de Olympische Zomerspelen 2004 (nl)
  • Trynidad i Tobago na Letnich Igrzyskach Olimpijskich 2004 (pl)
  • Trinidad e Tobago nos Jogos Olímpicos de Verão de 2004 (pt)
  • Тринидад и Тобаго на летних Олимпийских играх 2004 (ru)
  • 2004年夏季奥林匹克运动会特立尼达和多巴哥代表团 (zh)
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