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.
Rules for individual sports are made by the governing body of that sport. The rules may be adapted for the Olympic format by the Olympic committee. Rules directly relevant to the Olympics are also decided by the IOC, the International Olympic Committee.
not ALL sports are in the Olympic Games
Why does cricket have rules? All sports have rules. That's the nature of sports. They have rules, or they can't work.
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).
McDonald Bailey does all kind of sports like running and other sports/Olympics......
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.
Unless there are rules in sports, it will be 'Free for All' which is not at all desirable. Lot of rules have been enacted in sports to make it harder to win, rather than short cut way to achieve success.
31 sports at the Beijing Olympics 31 sports at the Beijing Olympics
all of them
The ancient Olympics influence the modern day Olympics because they are still in our lives. We wouldn't have all the sports we have today if it wasn't for the ancient times.
They will all take part in the stadium!! No new sports thi
The fencing rules in the Olympics do not differ from the rules of normal fencing.
all of them.
If your referring to the Ancient Olympics then it was the Pankration. It was a blend of wrestling and boxing. Rules outlawed only biting and gouging an opponent's eyes, nose, or mouth with fingernails. Attacks such as kicking an opponent in the belly, which are against the rules in modern sports, were perfectly legal.
The Winter Olympics have competitions for sports that are considered 'cold weather sports' .... sports that can only be done on snow or ice. These sports include skiing, speed skating, and ski jumping. The Summer Olympics have competitions for sports that are considered 'warm weather sports'. These sports include athletics (track and field), marathon, and equestrian. There are Winter Olympics and Summer Olympics because you can play different sports in different seasons.
Yes , cause the Olympics cover oneself with all sport in the world
No Albania does not have the money to be able to build all the sports facilities to hold an Olympics.
There are no separate five rules for Olympics. However, for each sport, there are rules.
16 years old is the age limit for all sports in the Olympics which includes Badminton which is featured as a sport in the Olympics.
there are lots of rules in the modern olympics
There aren't any special rules for "Canadian Olympics", it's the same rules as for any olympics. Check ou the link in the related question about olympic rules