The Summer Olympics are held 4 years apart, The Winter Olympics are held 4 years apart, They alternate every 2 years. The Special Olympics are held immediatly after the regular Olympics
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No, there was just one every 4 years
They didn't. The Winter Olympics are still held every four years, but as of 1994 Winter Olympic years are midway between Summer Olympic years. Before 1994, the Winter Olympics and Summer Olympics were held in the same years. The only Winter Olympics that were two years apart were the 1992 Games and the 1994 Games.
the Winter Olympics are 4 years apart, the next winter Olympics will be in Russia in 2014
The Olympics are every 2 years. But there Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics which are four years apart. The last Summer Olympics were in 2008 and the next on is July 27, 2012 which makes it 4 years for each season.
The Olympics are held every four years because the Ancient Games held at Olympia in Greece, were held every four years. The time in between the Ancient Games was called the Olympiad and was used for dating purposes!
Every four years. This applies for both the summer and winter Olympic games. The summer and winter Olympics are held two years apart from each other.
Well, considering that the very first ancient Olympics began in 776 BC and ended in AD 394, that would mean the ancient Olympics were attended every four years (like today's Olympics) until 1170 years had passed. If these games went uninterrupted over that period of time, then there should have been around/exactly 292 ancient Olympic games held.
the ancient Olympics games were held once in 4 years. the time period was called as Olympiads & was only held in Olympia in Greece
The first ancient Olympics were held in Athens Greece and it was held every four years.
The played the olympic games, every 4 years that is how the Olympics started from the wonderful Greeks!