They could be luck to participate in the para olympics.
It all depends on if you qualify for that many events. You cannot compete in a swimming event in the olympics unless you qualify. So yeah it would be a great thing to do because you could would have more opportunies to achieve a medal.
the first olympic event was runnigAncient Olympic Games: The ancient Olympics were rather different from the modern Games. There were fewer events, and only free men who spoke Greek could compete, instead of athletes from any country.* Boxing * Equestrian events ** Chariot racing ** Riding * Pankration * Pentathlon ** Discus ** Javelin ** Jump ** Running ** Wrestling * Running * WrestlingFirst Modern Olympics 1896:* Athletics * Cycling * Fencing * Gymnastics * Shooting * Swimming * Tennis * Weightlifting * WrestlingThe first modern Olympics were held in 1896 in Greece. The sports in this first Olympiad were track, swimming, gymnastics, shooting, wrestling, cycling, weightlifting and tennis.At the earliest known Olympics held in 776 BC, the only event was a foot race of approximately 200 meters.At the first modern Olympics held in 1896 athletics, gymnastics, tennis, wrestling, weightlifting, cycling, fencing, swimming, and shooting were competed.
Females - it was a male religious occasion and women had their own events which males could not attend.
Could it be the Olympics.
Not in all events. There were some events that had women competitors. Married women weren't allowed to spectate because the men in the Olympics were entirely nude. The penalty could be a harsh as death.
Australia's duet and team did not qualify for the Olympics. They performed in Sydney by default as the host nation, but could not swim at the Athens or Beijing Olympics because they needed higher scores at international competitions to do that.
At this stage it would be not certain as to which countries will compete. That will only become clear when the 2012 Olympics come closer. A lot can happen in the next 4 years that could determine who will attend them.Answer #2204 countries are participating in 2012 summer Olympics.
since swimming competitevly started in 1902 in the olympics, swimming has evolved not only in the equiptnent but the way abpersons body is shaped and how strong they are. but no man could ever beat this all time swimming champion since the first olympics. Jesus was the bes swimmer of them all. he swam a 3 second 100yd free event.
The pankreton was an event in the ancient Olympics. It was a combination of boxing and wrestling with few rules and could result in death.
could it be swimming? you don't cross that finishing line you just touch it.