how many countries were expected to send athletes to the olympics.
The Olympics qualification times is usually used as an indicator of the number of athletes to send to the Olympics.
It depends on the qualifications and world rankings.Usually china and USA send in maximum athletes. India has 81
USA 645 athletes send to the 2008 Beijing olympics.
Poland typically has many athletes at the Summer Olympics. In the most recent Olympics (2012), Poland sent 218 athletes and won a total of 10 medals.
the Philippines sent 15 athletes.
Chile took twenty-seven athletes to the 2008 Olympics, held in Beijing, China, and achieved a single silver medal, courtesy of Fernando GonzÃ¡lez in the men's single's tennis - an event in which he had won a gold and bronze at the previous olympics, in Athens.
they have sent over 100 people to the Olympics in 2010
Canada will send 277 athletes in 24 sports. Canada did not send a team in handball or field hockey.
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Zero. The International Olympic Committee did not allow Germany to compete in the 1948 Olympics.
Canada's team had 277 competitors.
Canada will send 277 athletes in 24 sports. Canada did not send a team in handball or field hockey
328 ... 270 men and 58 women.
Their site said they planned on sending 267 athletes but not sure what final count was for the 2004 team.
529Answer #2US sent 539 athletes to compete at the 2012 Olympics. According to the official London Olympics web site.
You can bet North Korea and Myanmar will not send athletes to the Olympics.
The Soviet Union sent 420 athletes to the Summer Games in Helsinki and none to the Winter Games in Oslo.
The USOC sent a total of 530 athletes to the Games, 261 men and 269 women, to compete in 25 sports.
It varied with the country from as little as two for 11 countries to the 530 for the USA