There were 33 sports played during 2004 olympics.
The Winter Olympics have competitions for sports that are considered 'cold weather sports' .... sports that can only be done on snow or ice. These sports include skiing, speed skating, and ski jumping. The Summer Olympics have competitions for sports that are considered 'warm weather sports'. These sports include athletics (track and field), marathon, and equestrian. There are Winter Olympics and Summer Olympics because you can play different sports in different seasons.
dan haggerty didnt play the professional sports but he considered to play the world olympic games by the majority of the athletes didnt get the chance to play the normal olympics instead of the professional sports.
They invented the Olympics.
They played the high jump and other sports
they play football aka soccer, baseball, and the Olympics
It is called the special olympics.
They play each other in the special olympics.
It may not be the funnest thing, but Greece invented the Olympics. They invented many different sports included in the Olympics.
Yes Basketball is an Olympic sport.
Every country must play sports, since there were 204 of them at the recent Olympics, which is more countries than my atlas lists!
Same sports as usa but American football is stricly American they usually play soccer and hockey and are known most in the winter Olympics for curling
The thing that encourages people to play sports is mostly because the Olympics have inspired them and they want to be like them an become an Olympian.that is why
I believe you could! But it would be hard because you would have to train for both sports.
If you meant the first, it was me lol.
The people in greece in the olympics play foot races, throwing, javelin throwing, long jump,combat sports, wrestling, and pankration.
Its one of the few sports you can play in the pool, and is in the Olympics.
No if they are curretly in the Olympics
I believe he won a Gold medal in the 94 Redneck Olympics Chauncey...
31 sports at the Beijing Olympics 31 sports at the Beijing Olympics