San Marino Become the Smallest Country Winning Medal in Olympic

The European country of San Marino became the smallest country in the history of the Olympics to win a medal.

According to foreign media, Alessandra Perley, a female athlete from San Marino, won a bronze medal in the shooting competition at the Tokyo Olympics.

Alessandra Pearly, 33, is one of five athletes from her country to compete in the 2020 Olympics for the first time ever to win an Olympic medal for her country. San Marino first competed in the 1960 Rome Olympics.

San Marino has become the smallest country to win any medal in Olympic history after winning a bronze medal in the female shooter.

 San Marino, with a population of only 34,000, is one of the smallest countries in the world.

Surrounded by Italy on all sides, the small country has a total area of ​​only 13 km, but it also has the distinction of being the world's oldest democratic state.

It should be noted that Bermuda is the smallest country in the world to win a gold medal in the history of the Olympics, which recently won a gold medal in the women's triathlon.

Bermuda has a population of about 62,000. Earlier, Bermuda boxer Clarence Hill won a bronze medal in the men's 81kg heavyweight division at the 1976 Montreal Olympics.

 In addition to Bermuda, the Philippines also won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics yesterday, its first gold medal in Olympic history.


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