Yes, many times. Many medals.
They can compete in the Olympics 1-2 times usually. Your body gets too weak by the time you reach above 25 to be good enough for Olympics compared to the other younger girls that are waiting to go.
Because in those times only young men could compete and they were usually naked
i think because they will have to wear short things
The athletes competing in the Olympics have first to be chosen to be part of their national team. You start local and if you get into your national team and your times there are above a 'world' set threshold, your national team can compete in the Olympics with you in it.
1992 and 1996...you know..when the Magnificent Seven won the Gold in Atlanta? great times..loved that team...
Neroli competed in one Olympics, the 1984 Games in Los Angeles where she finished 35th in women's individual archery. She was the first paraplegic to compete at the Olympics.
To compete in any olympic event at the olympic games you have to be 13 years old and have the achieved the set standards or quailyfying times.
She competed 4 times in the winter games (1992, 1994, 1998, 2002).
In ancient times, no. But in today's world, definitely. There are events for women to compete in in ALL olympic events, from hockey to pole-jumping.