there are 334 french athletes competting in the Beijing 2008 Olympics!!
11,201 answer based on numbers used from " = How many athletes per country are competing in the 2008 Summer Olympics?" =
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10 500 athetes are ate the Beijing Olympics 2008
There are 639 athletes on the 2008 Chinese Olympic team.
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China has the most athletes with 638 competing in the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
2000 malatsin male athletes partcopated
New Zealand is sending 183 athletes to the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, its biggest team ever.
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There was only 1 athlete from the U.S.A.
There are 9 athletes for Ghana in the 2008 Olympics.
Iceland is sending athletes to the 2008 Summer Olympics to compete in Athletics, Badminton, Handball, Judo, and Swimming.
There are alot of athletes that went to the Beijing 2008 Olympics. 433 athletes went to the 2008 Olympics, which is the second most amount of Australian athletes that have gone to the Olympics Athens was first with 482 Australian athletes that went.
Over 9,000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously about 11,350
313 athletes from Great Britain will compete in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Bejing, China.
Currently (May 20, 2008), there are 233 Brazilian athletes that have qualified for the 2008 Games. Click on the 'Brazilian Athletes at the 2008 Games' link below to see a list of them and the events they will compete in.
They sent 203 athletes to the Olympics
USA 645 athletes send to the 2008 Beijing olympics.
Georgia is sending 35 athletes to compete in 10 sports at the 2008 Summer Olympics. The sports the Georgian athletes will compete in are Archery, Athletics, Swimming, Boxing, Gymnastics, Judo, Shooting, Volleyball, Weightlifting, and Wrestling.
France sent 323 athletes to the 2008 Olympics to compete in 23 sports.
According to the 2008 Olympics Opening parade stats, USA has 647 athletes so USA has the most athletes thus far of all the countries.
yes! there was the 2008 summer Olympics