A total of 48 athletes in 18 disciplines will represent Morocco at the Olympic Games scheduled for this summer (July 23-August 8) in Tokyo, the Moroccan National Olympic Committee (CNOM) said. Fifteen athletes (13 men, 2 women) will be competing in athletics, one athlete in rowing, seven athletes in boxing, two in canoe slalom, one in road cycling, one in fencing, one in golf and one athlete in weightlifting. Two athletes will be competing in Judo and one athlete in Karate.
Wrestling, Surfing, Shooting, and Triathlon, will be represented, respectively, by three athletes each, CNOP added in a press release.
Four athletes will represent the equestrian team. In swimming, two athletes will be competing, two others in taekwondo (three athletes) and two in beach volleyball.
The Moroccan delegation will also include 31 supervisors, the press release concluded.