All but three.
people compete in different types of sports to win them stupid games.
The Youth Olympics is for teenagers between the ages 14 to 18. They will compete on a limited number of sports (28 competitive sports during the inaugural YOG). On the other hand, the Olympics are for adults. They will compete on a full scale.
There is no specific sports allowed and not allowed to compete in the games. The selection is based on the current populairity of the games
gymnastics, swimming, 100m sprint and cycling
Everything except that no Russian teams qualified for the sports of field hockey or football for these Games and they entered all the other 24 sports.
Athletics, Swimming, and I think Archery. I'm not sure
In the ancient Olympic games women were not allowed to compete, but now they are.
776 B.C. were the first Olympic games where athletes all over the world would compete.
South Korea sent 245 athletes who competed in 22 of the 26 different sports.
Comité Olímpico Mexicano sent a total of 102 athletes to the Games, 64 men and 38 women, to compete in 23 of the 26 sports. They did not compete in Basketball, Field Hockey, or Handball
Modern Olympic games consist of a total of 35 different sports. These sports are further divided into 400 events for which sportsmen compete.
You had to be 7 or older to compete in the Ancient Greek Olympic games
No they cannot be paid if they compete in the Olympic games, they are amateurs until they are paid professionally, then they can no longer compete in the Olympic games.
The Russian Olympic Committee sent a total of 436 athletes to the Games, 208 men and 228 women, to compete in 24 sports.
Canada sent a total of 281 athletes to the Games to compete in 24 sports.
they competed in 16 sports.....find out what they are in the medal board 2012 Olympic games... i don't have time..........
Canada planned to send 331 ahtletes to compete in the 2008 olympic games
The five continents are Asia, Africa, Europe, U.S.A., Australia who will compete in the Olympic Games, 2012.
Women were not allow to compete at the first Olympic in 1896.
Saint Lucia sent 4 athletes to compete in athletics and swimming to the 2008 Games in Beijing.