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What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

How did the athletes prepare for the ancient olympic games

What other events were included in the ancient olympic games after the first ancient olympic games

Who ended the ancient olympic games

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Q: What sport was the first olympic event in 776 b.c.?
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What big event happened in 776 BC?

first olympic games


What events were played in the Olympics in 776 BC?

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Who was the first person to score in rugby in the summer Olympics in 776 BC?

No one as the games at that time did not have rugby as a sport. The first formalisation of rugby did not occur until 1870 and first played as an Olympic event in 1888


When did the pentathlon become an Olympic event?

13 years after 776 bc


Which country held the first event of the Olympic Games?

The first Olympic Game recorded was held in Olympia, Greece in 776 B.C. It was a 220 yard foot race. The modern Olympic Games were held in Anthens, Greece in 1896.


When and where did the first Olympics games begin?

The first Olympic games were held in Olympia, Greece in 776 BC.


What was the name of the first olympic game in 776 bc?

The ancient olympic game.


What is the history of track?

The ancient Olympic Games began in the year 776 BC. The marathon was not an event of the ancient Olympic Games. This is a modern event that started in 1896.


When First olympic games were held?

776 BC


When did the Olympic Games first take place?

In 1896 for modern, 776 BCE for ancient.


Why did they have the first Olympic game in 776 BCE?

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In what year was the first olympic games held at?

776 b.C.