The number varies from each country and combines for an average of 50 with 15 countries having over 200 and the USA and GB with over 500
Some countries have only a Athlete and others like the USA have 530 see related link
There do not have the same number in each country
The answer is 12 - as usual, double the number of rings in the logo (of which each half-ring represents a single competitor). The number of rings, and hence competitors, doubles at each Olympics. This means at the 2012 London Olympics there will be a total of 45 competitors.
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well it depends on how many athletes that each country take x
It varied with the country from as little as two for 11 countries to the 530 for the USA
No one 'wins' the Olympics. There are dozens of different events that competitors participate in and each individual event has a winner.
During the pre Olympics , each athalete must do well and qualify to reach the Olympics from each country.
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The olympics are held in different places to give each country a chance to shine their cultural colors, the are chosen by each country voting what country should present the olympics first.