Women were not allowed to compete in ancient Olympic games.
Yes. Women are allowed in the Modern Olympic Games, both as participants, and as spectators. Women were banned from the Ancient Olympic Games held in Greece, (both as participating athletes and as spectators), but, women are certainly allowed in the Modern Olympic Games.
Fencer Britta Heidemann of Germany has competed in two Olympic Games, the 2004 Games in Athens and the 2008 Games in Beijing. She has won two medals, a gold in women's individual Épée at the 2008 Games and a silver in women's team Épée at the 2004 Games.
In the ancient Olympic games women were not allowed to compete, but now they are.
when were women first allowed to watch the Olympic games
women were not permitted to attend the ancient olympic games
24.06 seconds by Britta Steffen of Germany at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
how are women represented on the council that makes decisions about Olympic games?"
Back in Acient Greece women were not allowed in the olympic games only men.
Women in early Greece were not allowed to take part in their olympic games.
Amewu Mensah represented Germany in women's high jump at the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney. She finished 8th.
Women were not allowed to attend the ancient Olympic games.....
girls were allowed in the olympic games in Paris in 1900
No, there was only olympic games for men in ancient olympic history
Women started competing in the Olympic Games in the Games of the II Olympiad, which took place in Paris 1900
all women and if they came to the Olympic games they might t get there heads cut off but if they are lucky they will go to jail
no they were not allowed to take part in the olympic games until 1900
Women weren't allowed to compete in the olympic games because Olympia was dedicated to Zeus. Women weren't citizens and only citizens could attend.
Women were not permitted to watch the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece
men competed in the first Olympic games women didn't have the rights.
The men's Olympic record for the men's 2 kg weighted discus is 69.89 metres by Virgilijus Alekna of Lithuania in the 2004 Games in Athens. The women's Olympic record for the women's 1 kg discus is 72.30 meters held by Martina Hellmann of Germany in the 1988 Games in Seoul.
no, women were not allowed to watch the greek olympic games.
The 1900 Olympics were the first modern Olympic Games to be open to women.