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There were no Summer Olympics held in the year 2009.
Summer Olympic Sports- Beach Volleyball, Track and Field, and different swimming events. Winter Olympic Sports- Hockey, Figure Skating, and Bobsledding
Six. Three in Winter island (Frostown, Polastraits and Icepeak) where you do olympic events and three in Dream Island (Sparkleton, Cubyrinth and Blizland) where you do Dream events.
Switzerland, Great Britain and Greece
there are 301 events in the olympic games including the women E.G.mens hockey.womens hockey posted by hevar
The three olympic snowboarding events are: snowboard cross, halfpipe, and parallel giant slalom.
England along with Switzerland and France are the only three countries to have participated in every summer and winter Olympic games. English athletes have won 780 medals in summer and 22 medals in winter Olympics games.
An Olympic event containing three events is called a "Triathlon."
The Summer Olympic Games or the Games of the Olympiad are an international multi-sport event, occurring every four years, organized by the International Olympic Committee. Medals are awarded in each event, with gold medals for first place, silver for second and bronze for third, a tradition that started in 1904. The Winter Olympics were also created due to the success of the summer Olympics.The games have expanded from a 42-event competition with fewer than 250 male athletes to a 300-event sporting tradition with over 10,000 competitors from 205 nations. Organizers for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing expected approximately 10,500 athletes to take part in the 302 events on the program for the games.The United States has hosted four Summer Olympics Games, more than any other nation. The United Kingdom will have hosted three Summer Olympics Games when they return to the British capital in 2012, all of them have been (and will be) in London, making it the first city to hold the Summer Olympic Games three times. Australia, France, Germany and Greece have all hosted the Summer Olympic Games twice. Other countries that have hosted the summer Olympics are Belgium, Canada, Finland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, the Soviet Union and Sweden. China hosted the Summer Olympics for the first time in Beijing in 2008. In the 2016 Summer Olympics, Rio de Janeiro will host the first Summer Games in South America. Four cities have hosted two Summer Olympic Games: Los Angeles, London, Paris and Athens. Stockholm, Sweden, has hosted events at two Summer Olympic Games, having hosted the games in 1912 and the equestrian events at the 1956 Summer Olympics-which they are usually listed as jointly hosting. Events at the summer Olympics have also been held in Hong Kong and the Netherlands (both represented by their own NOCs), with the equestrian events at the 2008 Summer Olympics being held in Hong Kong and two sailing races at the 1920 Summer Olympics being held in the Netherlands.Five countries - Greece, Great Britain, France, Switzerland, and Australia (although twice along with New Zealand as Australasia) - have been represented at all Summer Olympic Games. The only country to have won at least one gold medal at every Summer Olympic Games is Great Britain, ranging from one gold in 1904, 1952 and 1996 to fifty-six golds in 1908.
Italy has hosted the Olympic games three times in total. 1956 Winter Olympic Games: Cortina d' Ampezzo - Italy. 1960 Summer Olympic Games: Rome - Italy. 2006 Winter Oly,pic Games: Turin - Italy.
All three current equestrian events (eventing, jumping, dressage) debuted as medal events at the 1912 Games in Stockholm.
The 1992 Barcelona Olympics were the first in three decades to be held without a boycott.
Fiji first participated in the Olympics at the 1956 Summer Games in Melbourne. Since then, Fiji has competed in all Summer Games except 1964 and 1980. Fiji has also competed in three Winter Olympics (1988, 1994, 2002). Fiji has never won an Olympic medal.
Three - Summer games in Montreal in 1976, Winter Games in Calgary in 1988, and the 2010 Winter games are scheduled to be hosted by Vancouver.
Three. Dawn Fraser competed in the 1956, 1960, and 1964 Summer Olympic Games.
Dawn Fraser participated in the 100 meter freestyle, 400 meter freestyle, and 4x100 meter freestyle relay events in the 1956, 1960, and 1964 Summer Olympic Games. She won 8 medals (4 gold and 4 silver) and was the first swimmer in Olympic history to win gold in the same event (100 meter freestyle) in three consecutive Olympics.
Fraser has won all 3 olympic games.
Karch Kiraly. Karch won gold in indoor volleyball at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Games and in beach volleyball at the 1996 Summer Games.
Burundi sent a team of three athletes to compete in athletics and swimming at the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing.
As of the 2008 Games, Guinea-Bissau has competed in three Summer Games (1996, 2000, 2004) and has not won an Olympic medal.
Yes this is true. The London 2012 Olympic Games is the first Olympic Games to allow female boxers to participate. They are eligible to participate in three events:Flyweight (51kg)Lightweight (60kg)Middleweight (75kg)
Olga Korbut was the Russian that dazzled crowds at the summer Munich Olympic Games of 1972. Korbut won three gold medals. She also competed in the 1976 Olympics.
"American Sheila Taormina is poised to become the first athlete in history to compete at the Olympic Games in three different events." source: http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/modern-pentathlon/story/2008/06/06/f-olympics-modernpentathlon-american.html Taormina competed in the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta as a member of the 4x200 meter freestyle relay team that won gold. At the 2000 Games and 2004 Games, she competed in women's triathlon. And at the 2008 Games, she qualified for modern pentathlon. She is the first athlete in the history of the Olympics to compete in three different disciplines.