|Founded||5 de Novembro de 1921|
|President||Jorge António de Campos Vieira|
Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo (FPAtletismo), is the governing body for the sport of athletics in Portugal.
The Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo was founded on 5 November 1921, under the name "Federação Portuguesa de Sports Atléticos". It is headquartered in Linda-a-Velha, Oeiras. It's an independent sports governing body, of public interest, non-profit, ruled by their own code.
The Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo (FPAtletismo) organizes the Portuguese Indoor and Outdoor Athletics Championships. It has 21 regional associations, promoting and directing the practice of athletics, in men's and women's. In according with the International Association of Athletics Federations in which is a member, it also organizes doping tests in official competitions, as outside them, so it can detect doping in athletics.
In the Olympic Games, Portugal has won 10 medals at Athletics, including the country's only 4 gold medals.
Portugal's kits are currently supplied by Puma.
|Silver||Carlos Lopes||1976 Montreal||Men's 10000 metres|
|Gold||Carlos Lopes||1984 Los Angeles||Men's marathon|
|Bronze||António Leitão||1984 Los Angeles||Men's 5000 metres|
|Bronze||Rosa Mota||1984 Los Angeles||Women's marathon|
|Gold||Rosa Mota||1988 Seoul||Women's marathon|
|Gold||Fernanda Ribeiro||1996 Atlanta||Women's 10000 metres|
|Bronze||Fernanda Ribeiro||2000 Sydney||Women's 10000 metres|
|Silver||Francis Obikwelu||2004 Athens||Men's 100 metres|
|Bronze||Rui Silva||2004 Athens||Men's 1500 metres|
|Gold||Nelson Évora||2008 Beijing||Men's triple jump|