Malta competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
The Maltese contingent was led by flag bearer Laurie Pace and by Louis Borg, Chef-de-Mission at the Montijuc Olympic Stadium in Barcelona. 172 countries took part in what were probably the best Games ever organized.
Malta took part in Athletics, Shooting, Judo, and Boardsailing.
The Maltese contingent included:
MOC Officials: Magistrate Dr. Gino Camilleri – President, Mr. Bertie Muscat – Secretary General, Mr. Louis Borg – Chef de Mission, Mr. Joseph Cassar – Ass. Chef de Mission, Mr. Philip Vassallo – MOC Official
The Athletes and Officials:
Athletics: Deirdre Caruana 100m and 200m; Carol Galea – 800m, 1500; Mr. Joe Bajada – official. Shooting: Horace Micallef 30th place out of 54 nations; Mr. Robert Mikoulenko – official. Judo: Laurie Pace – eliminated in first round; Jason Trevisan – eliminated in first round, Mr. Alex Bezzina – official, Mr. Angelo Beltracchini – coach. Board Sailing: Jean Paul Fleri Soler – 33rd place out of 44 competitors; Nigel Rausi – reserve and pacer; Mr. Benny Grech – official
Mr. Bertie Muscat was awarded the Olympic Award by H. E. Juan Antonio Samaranch for his long years of continuous service to the Olympic Movement