The Olympic games are held every 2 years. The summer and winter Olympic games alternate every 2 years, so it will be 4 years in between each summer games and likewise for the winter games.
There is an Olympic games every two years. But it alternates between summer and winter Olympics.
Ever since the olympic games were every 4 years, so were the olympic winter games, and they probably started out in different years so they will always be that way.
Summer Olympics in every 4 years; in between there are the winter Games
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 Olympic Winter Games are held every four years in the year between Summer Olympic Games, in a year divisible by two. As 2017 is not divisible by 2 there were no Winter Olympics in 2017
The Winter and Summer Games were held on the same year until 1992. At that time the Winter Games split from the Summer Games, and were begun to be held on alternating even years. The first Winter Olympic Games to be held on this new schedule was in 1994 in Lillehammer, Norway. That is why there was only a two year gap between 1992 and 1994.
28. The first modern Olympics was in Athens in 1896 and the first Winter Olympics was in Chamonix (France) in 1924.
The Summer Olympic games are held every 4 years, in years evenly divisible by 4. The Winter Olympic Games are also held every 4 years, offset by 2 years from the Summer Games. So there is a two-year interval between any given Summer Olympics and the preceding or following Winter Games. The change to the schedule of the modern Olympics was made in 1994, so there were Winter Olympics in both 1992 and 1994. Previously they were held the same year as the Summer Olympics, beginning in 1924.
The Olympics are held every four years. However the Summer and Winter Olympics are not held in the same year. There is a two year gap between the Summer and Winter Olympics. There are Summer Olympic games in 2012 and 2016 and 2020 and every four years after that. There are Winter Olympics games in 2014, 2018, 2022 and every four years after that.
The summer Olympic Games, like the winter Olympic Games, are held every four years.
There is an Olympic Games every two years, alternating between Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics.
how many years between the olympic games
The Summer Modern Olympic Games occur every four years since 1896. The Winter Modern Olympic Games also occur every four years since 1924. So, since there were Summer Olympic Games in 2008, there will be Winter Olympic Games in 2010, and more Summer Olympic Games in 2012.
No, the winter and summer olympic games are each held every four years.
There are both summer Olympic games and winter Olympic games. Both of which are held four years apart with a two year interval between the summer games and the winter games. So for example, if the last summer Olympics were held in 2004, then the next olympic games will be held this summer, 2008.The Summer and Winter Olympic Games were held every four years and until 1992 they were both held in the same year. Since then they have been separated by a two year gap.
No, the Summer Olympic games are held every four years. The Winter Olympics are also every four years, but on alternate even number years so there is a two year break between each set of games.
One, the Summer Olympics. There is one Olympic Games played every two years. The Winter Olympic will occur in 2010, the Summer Games again in 2012, the Winter Games again in 2014.
The International Olympic Committee voted in 1986 to alternate Olympic games every two years starting with the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer.
The 1984 Winter Games in Sarajevo.
Every $ years.
The first Winter Olympic games were held in 1924. Today they are held every four years, alternating with the Summer Olympics.