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Q: How many different sports can you name which took place at the ancient olympic games?
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How are tournaments similar and different to the Olympic Games in ancient Greece?

They feature competitive sports. The sports have developed, evolved, changed and expanded.

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What ancient sports are still in the modern games olympic?

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The ancient Greeks did different games to our Olympic games

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In ancient Greece Olympia was the venue for the games which took their name after this city: The Olympic games. They were not in Athens. The modern Olympic Games are different.

4 List 5ways the Modern Olympic Games differ from the Ancient Olympic games?

Well, firstly, they were nude in the Ancient, there were no medals (different prizes), their was completely different sports (chariot racing), only Greek cities took part, not countries, and only men were allowed to take part.

What are the differences between the modern and the ancient Olympic games?

people did older sports in the older Olympic games, where people could die. also it was not on TV.

What countries took part in ancient olympics?

Ancient Olympic games were sports competitions held between different city states of Greece starting from 776 BC. These also included Athens, Heliopolis and Sparta.

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Were the ancient olympic games held in different towns?

No - Olympia in Elis.