Nigeria finished in 74th position as the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, were concluded on Sunday.
The country only won two medals at the competition: a bronze and a silver.
Ese Brume won the bronze for Nigeria in long jump, whil Blessing Obodururu secured the silver medal in wrestling.
Brume recorded a 6.97 metres jump in the final of the event at this Games.
Oborududu had to settle for the silver medal in the women’s freestyle 68kg event on Tuesday in the wrestling competition in Tokyo.
The medal was Nigeria’s first one ever in the wrestling sport since the country’s first-ever appearance at the Olympics in 1952.
After Kipchoge’s marathon win for Kenya, the United States scored victories in volleyball, track cycling and basketball to top the medals tally with 39 golds, just one ahead of China.
The 339th and final gold medal went to Serbia’s men’s water polo team, capping a Games that were in stark danger of cancellation after they became the first postponed Olympics last year.
Thirty-three sports have been contested across 16 days in largely empty stadiums, with fans barred over coronavirus risks and athletes living in strict biosecure conditions.