Aside from any poliical issues, both Puerto Rico and Guam have National Olympic Committees and are therefore formally invited to to participate in the Olympic games. It doesn't actually matter if they are classified as a "Commonwealth associated with the United States". As long as they have and hold formal IOC recognition they can send competitors.
Puerto Ricans are US citizens (with no US voting rights), but are instead self governing since 1952.
Puerto Rico has been participating in the Olympics since 1948 in London.
Puerto Rico even sent a very small delegation to the 1980 Olympics in Moscow despite US boycott.
Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States of America with Commonwealth status. Puerto Rico is not a commonwealth country.
The United States.
the United States
The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico- but it is not a country. It is part of the US- as you noted, it is a Commonwealth.
No, it is a commonwealth of the United States.
He was from the commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
No, Puerto Rico is not an independent nation or country. It is a territory of the United States organized as the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico with its own elected Governor and legislature.
Puerto Rico is a commonwealth in the United States, but it may soon be the 51st state.