Figure Skating pairs where a male and female compete together on the same 'team'. Equestrian where males and females compete against each other in the same event. what about mixed pairs Badminton
Equestrian Sports, but not Triatholon ¿where did you take this information? men are faster in the 3 parts of the competition; in London Olimpiads for example, the first place in the triatholon for men had a time of 1:46:25, the 35º place had a time of 1:50:36, the 50º place had a time of 1:53:02,and the last place 54º had a time of 1:54:30. Now, in the same competition for women, the first place had a time of 1:59:48, the 35º place had 2:04:48, the 50º place had 2:10:01 and the last place 52º had 2:12:09.
In equestrianism, teams may contain both men and women. Also, men and women compete against each other in individual equestrian events.
In badminton, there is a mixed doubles event.
In figure skating, the pairs and ice dancing events are two person events with one woman and one man.
In sailing, the skiff and multihull events are two person events that may have two women, two men, or one women and one man.
Men and women do compete against one another in Olympic equestrian and sailing events.
Show jumping is, AFAIK, the only event where men and women compete on equal term. There are also some mixed events; for example, badmington and table tennis.
Equestrian is one of them
12 sports are sared by men and women
equestrian and sailing teams
There are a bunch of them - the 2008 Women's Olympic Swim Team. See the related link for a picture of them with their medals.
The same way all other sports do: by qualification.
Yeah, they have regular volleyball and team volleyball.
The men's team is called the Kookaburras. The women's team is called the Hockeyroos.
show jumping or maybe dressage, something to do with horses
Yes, Houdini actually tried out for an Olympic team.
Karate is not one of the Olympic sports. Taekwondo is an Olympic sport and the US is participating.