the first olympic athletes wore tunics made from Silk
They wore the olympic gear such as : Trainers, Shorts and t-shirt.
Athletes wore clothing emblazoned with official sponsors' logos such as Adidas, Reebok, Nike and Puma - the Games was fully commercialised. At the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992, futuristic style body suits were first introduced to show off the superfit bodies of the athletes.
hi my name is daisy and the answer is for girls trainers shorts and t- shirts
nothing (They competed in the nude.)
What they wear depends on what events they are competing in. Most athletes wear modern athletic attire that can include warm up suits, shorts and tanks.
In the early days of the Olympic games only men took part it was very common for athletes too be naked.
They competed naked.
Olympic athletes have long since formed an opinion about their equiptment, and their tastes vary widely. However, most athletes wear clothes with "moisture transport" which wicks perspiration from the skin to the air so that you stay drier. This also cuts down on odor.
The original Olympic athletes competed completely in the nude. Some athletes wore a thin leather strap as a penis restraint called a kynodesme.
i think they were naked
They competed naked
The judges will wear a royal purple robe.
The brand varies depending on the athlete but there ar a lot of olympic athleates that wear the Nike Zoom. The main focus when deciding on shoes for sprint running should be a shoe that is light weight and comfortable.
Soccer athletes are quite lightly in comparison to other games of similar physical nature. They only wear their kits - shirts and shorts, boots and shin pads.
Michael Jordan did not compete in the 96 olympic games. He was retired from basketball at this time.
Nothing, they were in the nude.
They will wear a "Uniform", the 2010 Vancouver games uniform was designed by Burton...
Nothing - they competed naked.
Depends on when in history you think the first athletes appeared. In ancient Greece nude and oiled up was the most common sports dress.
Hard to say. The first Nike shoes were distributed to athletes that were competing in the US Olympic Track & Field Trials in 1972. Since those trials were in Eugene, Oregon, and Steve Prefontaine was one of those athletes (and went to the Summer Olympics in the 5000 meters), then we can assume that it wasn't just him that wore Nikes. He was however the first major track athlete to actively endorse and use them.