Women were allowed to compete in the Olympics starting with the 1900 Olympic Games in Paris.
no women did not compete in the modern olympics
Women were able to compete in the 1900 Olympic Games.
Yes, women were allowed to compete at the first Commonwealth Games.
Women were first allowed to compete in the Olympic Games in Paris in 1900. Women were allowed to compete in tennis, as well as golf.
yes, women have been allowed to compete since 2000
the women first were aloud to compete in the Olympics in 1896
Men and women compete together in equestrian events, mixed doubles (tennis, badminton, table tennis).
Men and women do compete against one another in Olympic equestrian and sailing events.
Women were first allowed to compete in the 1900 Olympics in Paris. There were 19 women out of a total of 1,225 athletes.