The distance is 110m rather than 100m because they wanted men to be able to run it whilst fitting 3 steps in-between the hurdles without changing the number of hurdles in the race from 10. 10 hurdles in the race is consistent with all the hurdle events, so they increased the distance to make the men's race more fluid, as mens' strides are typically longer than womens'.
No. One reason might be that the "meter" didn't exist; distances were measured in "stadia".
Most of the ancient Olympic games were martial or "warlike" in nature; the javelin, the discus, the shot-put, the hammer-toss, the run.
None. The Olympic Games were held at Olympia in southern Greece.
The Ancient Olympic Games were held every four years, a tradition that continues in the modern era.
they played in the Olympic Games
Ondina Valla in 80 meter hurdles at the 1936 Games in Berlin.
No, there was only olympic games for men in ancient olympic history
No, the olympic games started in Ancient Greece
it was in ancient olympic
The played the olympic games, every 4 years that is how the Olympics started from the wonderful Greeks!
The Ancient Olympic Games were dedicated to Zeus, the God of Gods.
running long jump hurdles and shammy faces
They played in the Olympic games in honor of Zeus the mighty god. tHEY CANT ALWAYS GO TO THE OLYMPICS STUPID.