Yes, you can compete in consecutive Olympic games.
It varies but, 10,568 competed at the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games and about 2,800 athletes are expected to compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
80 countries and 2 territories participated in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada. More countries compete in the Summer Olympics than Winter.
In the ancient Olympic games women were not allowed to compete, but now they are.
According to the United States Olympic Committee, the US sent 613 athletes to compete in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens and 211 athletes to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin.
I will say that Steven Bradbury's gold in Salt Lake in 2002 was the first winter Olympic Games gold medal for Australia
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Yes. The Olympic Games include the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. Summer Olympic Games is said to separate it from the Winter Olympic Games.
You had to be 7 or older to compete in the Ancient Greek Olympic games
Winter Olympic Games was created in 1924.
The olympic games are a bunch of compotitions that the best athletes all over the world get to compete in. There are summer Olympics and winter Olympics. Also the Olympics started in Greece.
That was the 1992 Winter Games in Albertville where she won the gold medal in ladies singles figure skating.
Viktor Balck (not Black) was a member of the International Olympic Committee at the time the Olympic Winter Games were first held in 1924, but he did not compete as an athlete.
No they cannot be paid if they compete in the Olympic games, they are amateurs until they are paid professionally, then they can no longer compete in the Olympic games.
The winter olympic games are important because I said they are.
The winter olympic games started Feb the 12
Women were not allow to compete at the first Olympic in 1896.
No they can not
Through the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Australia has never sent an athlete to compete in ski jumping.