|Libya at the Olympic Games|
|At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens|
|Competitors||8 (6 men, 2 women) in 5 sports|
|Flag bearer||Mohamed Eshtiwi (weightlifting)|
|Olympic history (summary)|
Ruwida El Hubti finished last in the women's 400 metres, but set a new national record in the process. The top finish for a Libyan athlete came in the marathon, where El Zaidi placed 39th.
Libya's only judoka in Athens lost his first match in less than two minutes.
Neither Libyan athlete managed to progress beyond their opening heat.
Ezedin Salem lost his first round bout when the referee ended the contest, then withdrew in his repechage match.
Only one of the two Libyan weightlifters in Athens managed to complete a valid lift in both the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk. This was Mohamed Eshtiwi, who finished 16th in the 77 kg class.
Abughalia completed a Snatch of 147.5 kg, but missed three attempts at a Clean & Jerk of 180.0 kg, which would have placed him 12th overall.
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