Yes. Women are allowed in the Modern Olympic Games, both as participants, and as spectators. Women were banned from the Ancient Olympic Games held in Greece, (both as participating athletes and as spectators), but, women are certainly allowed in the Modern Olympic Games.
No, there was only olympic games for men in ancient olympic history
Beacuse women were not aloud to strip naked
the women first were aloud to compete in the Olympics in 1896
Women were not allowed to compete in ancient Olympic games.
yes you are but only class c
In the ancient Olympic games women were not allowed to compete, but now they are.
when were women first allowed to watch the Olympic games
women were not permitted to attend the ancient olympic games
how are women represented on the council that makes decisions about Olympic games?"
Back in Acient Greece women were not allowed in the olympic games only men.
Women in early Greece were not allowed to take part in their olympic games.
becauseI'm not exactly sure but i know that the women weren't aloud in the Olympics neither were they aloud to watch the Olympics in the audience.the Olympics were considered a man sport back then like football but in Greek times
Women were not allowed to attend the ancient Olympic games.....
girls were allowed in the olympic games in Paris in 1900
no they were not allowed to take part in the olympic games until 1900
Women were allowed in the ancient Olympic games only when the owned a horse who participated in the race . Otherwise they were not allowed.
Women started competing in the Olympic Games in the Games of the II Olympiad, which took place in Paris 1900
all women and if they came to the Olympic games they might t get there heads cut off but if they are lucky they will go to jail
in 1900 at the Paris games
no women werent aloud to vote
The men did not wear any clothes. Because of this, the married women were not aloud to come watch the Olympics If they did, they would be put to death. Single women could attend though.