Yes, Iran has an athlete in some sport at the Olympics in London. You can visit the Olympic site in London, the names of the athletes and the sports they see.
Three countries made their first Olympic appearance at the 2008 Games in Beijing: Marshall Islands, Tuvalu, and Montenegro
204 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) or countries took part in the 2012 London Olympics. There names and the number of athletes can be found at the related
The 1936 summer Olympics were held in Berlin Germany. The total number of participating countries was 49 and almost 3963 athletes participated of which only 331 were women.
The games in Athens will have three more NOC's competing than Sydney: Afghanistan, Kiribati, and Timor-Leste
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204 countries or Participating National Olympic Committees were in the Olympics and 79 had athletes that won at least one medal. The names of the countries followed by number of athletes can be found in the related link forParticipants
Wenlock & Mandevilletheir names are wenlock and mandeville
Wenlock & Mandeville
Wenlock and Mandeville!
There are over 10,000 of them one source has reported the figure at 10,490
The 2012 Olympics are not being held in Beijing.
names of countries that participated in the Beijing olyiumpics games 2008
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China UK France USA
32 nations are playing. For names of teams, search on google.
Wenlock, named after the Shropshire town, and Mandeville after the hospital are the 2012 London Olympics mascots.
The only Olympic word that I know of (other than the names of participating countries) is gymnastics.
There are 4 people from Swaziland who are in the Olympics. Luke Hall is a Swimmer who is participating in the swimming event. He will be swimming the 50m Freestyle on Aug 14th Temalangeni Dlamini is in the Olympics as well. She is in Athletics running the 400m. Senele Dlamini is a swimmer who swam on the 15th Isaiah Msibi also participated in the Olympics in Athletics
34 Venue - City of Coventry Stadium, Millennium Stadium, Olympic Stadium, Wembley Stadium
204 countries or NOCs were at the Olympic with from 541 for GB to only 2 for 11 countries. There names and number of athletes are listed in the related link
There are no countries with only three letters in their names, but there are 3-letter codes that are used for various purposes. For example, the United Nations has 3-letter country codes and so does the Olympics. For more information about their codes visit the Related Links.
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