|Angola at the Paralympic Games|
Angola first competed at the Summer Paralympic Games in 1996, and has competed in every edition of the Summer Paralympics since then. The country has never participated in the Winter Paralympic Games.
Angola's first Paralympic medals came in 2004, when Jose Armando Sayovo took three gold medals in the men's 100m, 200m and 400m sprints in the T11 disability category. Armando competed again at the 2008 Summer Paralympics, and won his country's only medals of the Games - three silvers.
List of medalists 
|Gold||Jose Armando Sayovo||2004 Athens||Athletics||100m T11|
|Gold||Jose Armando Sayovo||2004 Athens||Athletics||200m T11|
|Gold||Jose Armando Sayovo||2004 Athens||Athletics||400m T11|
|Silver||Jose Armando Sayovo||2008 Beijing||Athletics||100m T11|
|Silver||Jose Armando Sayovo||2008 Beijing||Athletics||200m T11|
|Silver||Jose Armando Sayovo||2008 Beijing||Athletics||400m T11|
- Angola at the Paralympics on paralympic.org
- List of medallists for Angola, official website of the 2008 Paralympics
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