The athlete's oath is an oath they take during the Olympics. It is a promise of upholding integrity as an athlete, such as not doping or taking drugs.
THEY DO TAKE PART IN THE OLYMPICS BUT NOT ALL OF THEM.A lot of them take part in baseball.
Women can take part in the olympics.
no south Korea does not take part in the Olympics.
You must be turning sixteen the year of the Olympics. So even if you were only fifteen during the Olympics you could still participate so long as you are turning sixteen that same year.
only men were allowed to take part in the Olympics and in case women snug into the Olympics they were all naked!
Germany and Japan were not allowed to take part in the 1948 Summer Olympics.
There are 10000 people who take part in the Olympics and nobody gets a medal. THERE FAKE! DO NOT take part in any Olympics!!
yes, they always take part in every summer olympics
Freestyle skier Britteny Cox of Australia who was 15 years, 138 days old when she competed in women's moguls. She finished 23rd.
only romans and greeks were abliged to take part in the ancient olympics
Yes, seeing as 200 countries take part in the Olympics, all countries in Europe take part and Lithuania is in Europe. Also it took part every previous year.
In which Olympic did women first take part?
No, women were not allowed in the original olympics
It depends on the sport on which you are playing for. Many professional sporting leagues have drug screening tests, to see if any player is taking any banned substance. Yet, I know that the Olympic Committee peforms full drug tests for every athlete that will take part in that respective Olympics. If an athlete tests postive, they will not be allowed to compete
No, Tom took part in the 2008 Olympics also. He was one of the youngest to take part being only 14-years-old.
Many of the them
The Summer Olympics in Montreal.
NO, every country can take part in the Olympics
over 200 athletes take part in this year
Yes, Italy is participating in the Olympics 2010