Women were not allow to compete at the first Olympic in 1896.
In 1896, in Athens Greece, the heats of the 100 metres were the first Olympic event to be conducted, and the winner of the first heat, Francis Lane, can thus be considered the first Olympic winner. Women were not allowed to compete at the 1896 Summer Olympics. In 1900, in Paris France, Charlotte Cooper was the first woman to become Olympic champion after winning the women's singles tennis competition. 
Women were first allowed to participate in the 1900 Olympic Games in Paris and Charlotte Cooper was the first woman gold medalist, winning the ladies singles event in tennis.
A woman named Neroli Fairhall was the first papaplegic to compete alongside ablebodied athletes in 1984. She was an archer from New Zealand.
While only men were allowed o compete, all could watch even the ancient olympics. Who was first woman can't be determined.
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everyone is allowed to compete but in the early 1900's woman were not allowed to compete
Gillian Sheen was the first and only British woman to win a gold medal in Olympic fencing. She did it in 1956, at the age of 28, in the Individual Women's Foil event.
That was the 1900 Games in Paris. 1900 was the only year croquet was an Olympic event.
Croquet, Tennis, and Golf were the first events women competed at in the 1900 Games in Paris. The first event that a woman won a gold medal in was tennis.
i think woman couldn't