The Olympics qualification times is usually used as an indicator of the number of athletes to send to the Olympics.
The IOC, International Olympic Committee draws from short straws, then they have a full, head-on pinata party to celebrate the top 13 winners.
Every country decides on its own that how many athletes it will send to olympic, first they compete before olympic and those who qulify have given chance in olympic.
the people vote
Never. The 2012 Olympic games in London were the first games "independent athletes" participated seperatly from a country.
The Olympic Games are not won by a country, individual athletes and teams win competitions.
That country would be boycotting the event.
United States and China
There are many counties with only one participant.
there will be approx 10.500 athletes
A NOC is a National Olympic Committee. Basically what they do is they represent a country, and it is up to them to decide which athletes participate in the Olympic games from the country. They also nominate their cities for candidates for future Olympic game venues.
Yes, Mexican athletes are representing their country in a number of sports.
The Olympic games are about bringing the best athletes from around the world to compete in events. Athletes compete for the chance to win the gold medal.
The Vatican is a small country and nearly all the residents of the country (about 800) are employees of the Vatican and not athletes.