Rome, ItalySquaw Valley, United States
Rome has hosted the Olympic Games only once. That was in 1960.
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.
Italy has hosted three Olympic Games: Summer Olympics: 1960 - Rome Winter Olympics: 1956 - Cortina d'Ampezzo, 2006 - Turin
Italy won 36 medals (13 gold, 10 silver, 13 bronze) when the 1960 Summer Games were hosted in Rome.
The US has hosted the Winter Olympics the most times with four: Lake Placid, New York (1932 & 1980); Squaw Valley, California (1960); Salt Lake City, Utah (2002).
It was Rome, Italy.
The Olympic Games were held in Rome, Italy, in 1960. They were also scheduled to be held in Rome in 1908, but Italy lacked the organisation and infrastructure to host the Games. It was then decided the games would be moved to London.
CBS aired the first televised Summer Olympic games in 1960. The answer is 1960.
Athens, Greece, hosted the 1896 Summer Olympics, which was the first official olympic games. Paris, France, hosted the 1924 Summer Olympics. Berlin, Germany, hosted the 1936 Summer Olympics. Rome, Italy, hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics. Tokyo, Japan, hosted the 1964 Summer Olympics. Montreal, Canada, hosted the 1976 Summer Olympics. Seoul, South Korea, hosted the 1988 Summer Olympics. Barcelona, Spain, hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics. Atlanta, United States, hosted the 1996 Summer Olympics. Beijing, China, hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics.
1960. The Rome Olympic Games.
India was the first olympic hockey champion since1928 AD to 1960 AD
the first aboriginal Australian to participate in the olympic games was Kevin coombes in 1960, but he was a paralympian. (:
This question is flawed. 6 US cities have hosted a total of 8 Olympic Games. Summer Games have been held in Saint Louis Missouri (1904), Los Angeles California(1932 and 1984), and Atlanta Georgia (1996) Winter Games have been held in Lake Placid, New York (1932 and 1980), Squaw Valley, California (1960) and Salt Lake City, Utah (2002)
Yankee Stadium hosted the All-Star game four times. The games were in 1939, 1960, 1977 and 2008.
That is the United States who has hosted the Winter Games four times: 1) 1932 - Lake Placid 2) 1960 - Squaw Valley 3) 1980 - Lake Placid 4) 2002 - Salt Lake City