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North Korea at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games

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Host City: Sydney, Australia (September 13, 2000 to October 1, 2000)
Opening Ceremony: September 15, 2000
Closing Ceremony: October 1, 2000

Events for North Korea: 34 in 10 sports
Participants for North Korea: 31 (14 men and 17 women)
Youngest Participant for North Korea: Jo Yong-Hui (17 years, 331 days)
Oldest Participant for North Korea: Kim Myong-Hwa (33 years, 150 days)
Most Medals for North Korea (Athlete): 4 athletes with 1 medal

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31 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Ri Song-Hui Female 21 Weightlifting 1 1
2 Kang Yong-Gyun Male 26 Wrestling 1 1
3 Kim Un-Chol Male 20 Boxing 1 1
4 Kye Sun-Hui Female 21 Judo 1 1
5 Cha Hyon-Hyang Female 20 Judo
6 Choe Hyong-Gil Male 24 Diving
7 Choe Myong-Hwa Female 24 Diving
8 Choe Ok-Sil Female 26 Archery
9 Choe Son-Yong Female 19 Synchronized Swimming
10 Choe Song-Hui Female 20 Diving
11 Chon Chol-Ho Male 31 Weightlifting
12 Ham Bong-Sil Female 26 Athletics
13 Im Yong-Su Male 20 Weightlifting
14 Ji Kyong-Sun Female 24 Judo
15 Jin Ju-Dong Male 28 Wrestling
16 Jo Yong-Hui Female 17 Synchronized Swimming
17 Jo Yong-Son Male 30 Wrestling
18 Jong Yong-Ok Female 19 Athletics
19 Kil Jae-Son Male 25 Athletics
20 Kim Chang-Ok Female 25 Athletics
21 Kim Jong-Chol Male 28 Athletics
22 Kim Jung-Won Male 27 Athletics
23 Kim Myong-Hwa Female 33 Shooting
24 Kim Yong-Ok Female 24 Weightlifting
25 Kwak Ok-Chol Male 27 Judo
26 Mok Un-Ju Female 19 Gymnastics
27 Pae Gil-Su Male 28 Gymnastics
28 Pak Yong-Ryong Male 19 Diving
29 Ri Ok-Rim Female 22 Diving
30 Ri Yong-Sam Male 28 Wrestling
31 Son Un-Hui Female 18 Gymnastics

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