There is a four year interval between each Summer Olympics. 4 years.
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.
No. The time between each seasons Games is 4 yrs, but their are 2 yrs between each Games. 2004 - Summer - Athens, Greece 2006 - Winter - Turin, Italy 2008 - Summer - Beijing, China 2010 - Winter - Vancouver, Canada 2012 - Summer - London, England 2014 - Winter - Sochi, Russia
4 years are between each olympic games .
Because each Olympics (summer or winter) happen every four years. These are alternated so that an Olympics happens every two years
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.
There are 2 years between each commonwealth games.
The summer and winter games used to be held the same year, every four years. The IOC decided to let the winter and summer games be stand alone events and alternate them every two years (still leaving 4 years between each summer games and each winter games). The choice was either to have 2 years between winter games or 6 years between games. In some sports, 6 years can be the entire length of an athletes career, so that would eliminate some athletes from ever having the opportunity to compete in the games. It also wouldn't hurt the bottom line to hold more games instead of less games.
the winter Olympics occurs every 4 years, 2 years after each summer Olympics.