14 nations participated in the first olympic games held in 1896.
14 nations participated in 1896 olympics.
Greece, Great Britain and Australia.
The 1st modern olympic games were held in Athens, Greece in 1896. 14 teams participated in 43 events.
Explanation: The first modern Olympic Games were held in 1896 in Athens. A Frenchman, Pierre de Coubertin initiated the revival of these ancient games. Only 14 countries participated and approximately 241 male athletes competed.
The first Olympic Games were he Summer Olympics of 1896. They were held in Athens, Greece and 14 countries participated. These countries were: Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britian, Greece, Hungary, Sweden, Switzerland, United States, and Italy
I think the earliest that China was in the olympic games was in 1956. go search wikipedia for it and scroll down to the list of participating countries. Australia was involved in the very first of the modern Olympic games in 1896 (although this is a debatable point). They have participated in every Olympics since, one of only a couple of countries to do so.
The first modern Olympic games were held in 1896.
1896, Athens - the first edition of the modern Olympic games
1896 was the first time the United States participated in the Olympics, which was a Summer Olympics. The first Winter Olympics the U.S. participated in was in 1924.