For all of the countries to do all the sports in the Olympics there has to be a certain amount of them in the team. However it is possible for a country to participate in all of the sports. Some of the countries this year only have a couple of players so no. All of the countries in the Olympics do not do all sports.
not ALL sports are in the Olympic Games
The Olympics consists of various sports. Athletes that go to the Olympics are the best of the best. They compete with athletes from other countries.
Every country must play sports, since there were 204 of them at the recent Olympics, which is more countries than my atlas lists!
There are 29 sports in the Summer Olympics (although only 26 sports will be at the 2012 Olympics). There are 15 sports in the Winter Olympics (all 15 were held at the 2010 Olympics).
Ridiculous question, The Olympics host a variety of sports of which all countries are able to field athletes in. The sports are chosen based upon world delegates chosing these sports to be played at the Olympics.
Of course; they wouldn't be sports otherwise.
There are 28 countries that patricipate in the Olympics All the countries who pay tax to the Olympics compete in the games..
There aren't enough room for the stadium. That's also why only big countries can participate.
McDonald Bailey does all kind of sports like running and other sports/Olympics......
People who compete in the Olympics play all kinds of sports against other countries to try and win gold medals. This is like a huge competition.
Yes, of course. Many women from many countries take part in all sports.
31 sports at the Beijing Olympics 31 sports at the Beijing Olympics
Ghana, for a start.
The Olympics are done in order to let the countries around the world display their best athletes in the sports that they are trained in. It gives the citizens of those countries a chance to watch, and cheer on their home countries in various events.
in all the countries
all of them
all sports cant be part of the olympics because the host city will need bigger place and more stadiums and grounds to play all the sports. some sports are really long for ex: cricket these games are very long.
yes, if you have ever watched the Olympics then you would see that almost ever country participates in at least one event
All European countries with the exception of Vatican City compete in the Olympics.
The Olympics has taken place for one hundred years and new countries have joined and new sports have been accepted.
Yes. For example, North Korea sports teams. Plus, just look at the Olympics and all those internation business doing endoresements and tourism.
They will all take part in the stadium!! No new sports thi
Internationally, not many countries have football or baseball which is why sometimes most common sports like swimming and gymnastics are very competitive and therefore that's the reason the IOC doesn't allow sports sometimes.
all of them