Peru at the Olympics is a history which includes 20 games in 15 countries and 300+ athletes. Since 1900, the Peru has contributed to the growth of the "Olympic Movement".
The International Olympic Committee's official abbreviation for Peru is PER.
The Peru National Olympic Committee was formed in 1924. It was recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1936.
Peru's team first competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris.
Since 1936, the nation has been in all but one Summer Olympic Games. Peru was in the Winter Olympic Games in 2010.
|| Edwin Vásquez
|| 1948 London
|| Men's 50 metre pistol
|| Francisco Boza
|| 1984 Los Angeles
|| National volleyball team
Luisa Cervera, Denisse Fajardo, Miriam Gallardo, Rosa García, Alejandra de la Guerra, Sonia Heredia, Katherine Horny, Natalia Málaga, Gabriela Pérez del Solar, Cecilia Tait, Gina Torrealva, Cenaida Uribe
| 1988 Seoul
|| Women's competition
|| Juan Giha
|| 1992 Barcelona