Badminton became an official Olympic sport 1992 in Barcelona.
In Berlin, since 1936, with demonstration events in 1904 and 1924.
No it was not, but it was featured in the Olympic games demonstration programme in 1924
1988 - Taekwondo Olympic debut as a demonstration sport, Seoul, South Korea 1992 - Taekwondo was again a demonstration sport, Barcelona, Spain 1996 - Taekwondo held status of an Exhibition sport, Atlanta, Georgia, USA 2000 - First time Taekwondo was a Full Medal sport, Sydney, Australia
1. Olympic Games - 2004 Athens 1500m Demonstration Race - 5th 2. Olympic Games - 2000 Sydney 1500m Demonstration Race - 4th
Taekwondo became an official sport in the Olympic games in 2000 Sydney Olympics. In the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the taekwondo demonstration team demonstrated taekwondo and that's when taekwondo became a serious consideration for adding to the Olympics.
Taekwondo made its debut as a demonstration sport at the Seoul, Korea Summer Olympic Games in 1988. It was again a demonstration sport in Barcelona, Spain in 1992. In 1994, the IOC announced that Taekwondo would be added as a full Medal sport in 2000. In 1996, the Summer Games were held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, but Taekwondo was not included due to rules about demonstration sports. Taekwondo was a full medal sport for the first time in Sydney, Australia at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games.
The Olympic demonstration sports can be found by using the link to the Wikipedia article on Olympic Sports.
Yes, it debuted as an official Olympic sport during the 1992 Barcelona Olympic games. Both baseball and softball have been eliminated as an Olympic game after the 2008 Games in Beijing. There will be no baseball or softball at the 2012 Games. There is a possibility they could make a come back at the 2016 Games but that has not been decided yet.
The Olympic summer games were held in Barcelona.