You had to be 7 years of age or older to compete in the Ancient Greek Olympics.
we did not compete naked but they did and we did not have to stop wars to be in them and women were not aloud to be in the greek Olympics or even see them
Countries do not compete in the Olympics. Athletes form countries compete. The Greek team is probably not finalized yet.
In the original Greek Olympics only men from the city states that made up Greece were aloud to compete in the Olympics!
You must be 16 to compete in gymnastics in the Olympics.
Any Greek that deserved to win and could/did compete in the olympics. Sorry I don't know much about the greek olympics. One person who won was remaro carne
the youngest age you can enter the summer Olympics is 16. The youngest age you can enter the winter Olympics is 17. i hope that helps
Women were not aloud in the Olympics because the Olympics honered a male Greek god called Zeus, although women weren't aloud to compete in these Olympics they were aloud to compete in another which honored Zeus wife instead.
You have to be 15 to compete in Olympics but any age to go to the olympic trials
There is no maximum age for competing at the Olympics - a long as you qualify for your national swimming team you can compete
Citizens of Greek city-states.Citizens of Greek city-states.
The Greek olympics where loads of citys came such as athens or sparatns to compete in events such as fighting
To compete in the junior Olympic games you have to 14 and the max age is18
You have to be 16 to compete in the Olympics as a gymnast.
There is no age limit for Track and Field. But, there is an age limit for other sports in the Olympics. For example, you must be 16 to compete in gymnastics, and you must be 18 to compete in equestrian. But there is no age limit for track and field. It is very rare you will find someone under the age of 14 or 15 in the Olympics though.
No, ladies were not allowed to compete in the ancient greek Olympics until much later then men. The first recorded Olympics were in 776BC, but women could not compete for another 500 years. Glad i could help :)
No, not in the modern Olympics - in the Anciemnt Olypics, you had to be a Greel male (and thus believe in the Greek Gods of old).
The Olympics were open to any free-born Greek man in the world, but there were separate mens' and boys' divisions.
There is no age limitation as such for participating in Olympics. Age limitations are decided by individual International Sports Federations for their sport and implemented in Olympics.
Karate is not an Olympic sport.
Similarities 1. Held every four years 2. There are many of the same events 3. They compete Differences 1. Only men could compete in ancient Olympics 2. Ancient Olympics were held to honor the ancient Greek god, Zeus 3. They didn't have ice skating, bobsledding, or the luge in ancient Olympics 4. In the ancient Olympics the men had to compete nude