No, Malta is to small to hold the Olympics.
they didn't win the Olympics
Nagano held the Winter Olympics in 1998.
Sapporo, Japan wsa the first Asian city to host the Winter Olympics. It was held in 1972.
nepal is to poor and small to hold olympics - may be in ditant futrue - when it rich
No Albania does not have the money to be able to build all the sports facilities to hold an Olympics.
Yes, Japan hosted the Olympics three times. Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics in 1964, Sapporo hosted the Winter Olympics in 1972, and Nagano hosted the Winter Olympics in 1998. Tokyo is scheduled to host the Summer Olympics again in 2020.
In the Tokyo,Japan 1964 Games. There was no Judo competitions in the 68' Olympics but there has been ever since then.
Summer: 1964 in Tokyo Winter: 1972 in Sapporo, 1998 in Nagano
South Korea was the second unique Asian country to hold the Olympics in 1988. (Japan had held both the Winter and the Summer Olympics before then)
The first Winter Olympics ever held were in Chamonix, France in the year 1924.
Yes in 1964 for summer and in 1972 and 1998 for winter.
Japan. The Winter Olympics have only ever been in one Asian country, Japan. That is until 2018 when Pyeongchang, South Korea hosts.
Yes, 3 times: 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano
1998 Winter Olympics were held in Japan.
Japan has held the Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 1964 and the Winter Olympics in 1972 in Sapporo and in 1998 in Nagano i found this on...web-japan.org/factsheet/pdf/OLYMPICS
The 2020 Olympics will be held in Tokyo, Japan.
In the history of the Olympics, Japan has won a total of 435 medals.
They hold them every four years (same as the Winter Olympics).
Summer in 1964 in Tokyo. Winter in 1972 in Sapporo and 1998 in Nagano.
The National Olympic Committee determines where to hold the Olympics every four years.
Japan has competed in the Olympics since 1912 so that's 100 years exactly :)
Tokyo, Japan.The 1964 summer Olympics took place in Tokyo, Japan.