From the first participation under the Croatian flag in 1992 through the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Croatia's athletes have won a total of 27 medals; they have won 17 medals at Summer Olympic Games (Games of the Olympiad) and 10 at Olympic Winter Games.

From the first participation under the Croatian flag in 1992 through the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Croatia's athletes have won a total of 28 medals; they have won 17 medals at Summer Olympic Games (Games of the Olympiad) and 11 at Olympic Winter Games.

Of 17 medals at the Games of the Olympiad or Summer Olympic Games, 3 have been gold (2 in handball and one in weight lifting), six silver (athletics, basketball, gymnastics, rowing, swimming, water polo) and eight bronze (three in tennis, one in rowing, shooting and weight lifting, and two in taekwondo).

Of 11 medals at the Olympic Winter Games, six have been won by Janica Kostelic in alpine skiing (four gold and two silver medals), four silver medals by her brother Ivica Kostelic, also in alpine skiing and one bronze medal by biathlon athlete Jakov Fak.