In the earliest Olympics, the Greek athletes competed for prizes such as tax breaks, huge monetary prizes, and crowns of olive branches. Most of the rewards received in the past are the ancient equivalent of today's medals and bouquet of flowers.
In the ancient Greek Olympics the athletes won olive wreath crowns.
Any Greek that deserved to win and could/did compete in the olympics. Sorry I don't know much about the greek olympics. One person who won was remaro carne
No country can "win" the Olympics.
Barcelona won the Olympics in 1992.
you would win fame, every Greek would know you and you might even be called a God!
they won gold in the three day eventing in the Olympics
we won the 2010 winter olympics
1936 he won and was the first to win four gold medals in a single Olympics
Lindsey Vonn won in the olympics.
Countries do not win at the olympics.
He has not won Gold in the Olympics yet, but is hoping to at the London 2012 Olympics in August.
Mia Hamm won gold at the 1996 and 2004 Summer Olympics. She also won silver at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
The first winners of the Olympics won an olive wreaths or crowns.
Australia has never won the Ice Hockey Olympics.
The judges decided who had won.
Michael Phelps won events from the 2004 Summer Olympics to the @016 Olympics, after which he retired.
in the 2008 Olympics they won 1 silver and 1 bronz in the 2008 Olympics they won 1 silver and 1 bronz
Canada won the most events, hence it won the Olympics. Canada was third for overall medal accumulation.
She won medals in 1984, 1988, 1992, and 1996 Olympics.
Number of medals won at the Beijing Olympics: 41 medals
It is not possible to win an Olympics , but one country can do very well and dominate.
China won 88 medals in the 2012 Olympics.
No, they weren't even allowed to enter.
Norway has won the most medals in the last winter Olympics it has won 263 in there hostory.
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