i realy only know one that is not demostrated still in the winter Olympics and that is women's ski jumping
None ... demonstration sports were eliminated from the Olympics in 1992.
An Olympics 'demonstration sport' was an event that was not played/competed to win medals but played/competed in the hopes of the event gaining popularity and possibly being added to the Olympics as a medal sport sometime in the future.Demonstration sports were discontinued in the Olympics after the 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona.Demonstration sports that eventually became medal sports include baseball, taekwondo, and badminton. Baseball was a demonstration sport in four Olympics (1912, 1936, 1964, 1988) before becoming a medal sport in 1992. Badminton was a demonstration sport in 1972 and 1988 before becoming a medal sport in 1992.Other demonstration sports that did not become medal sports include water skiing (1972), bowling (1988), and roller hockey (1992).
Volleyball was brought to the Summer Olympics in 1964 at the Tokyo Games, where it was played as an American sports demonstration event.
From the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris until the 1992, demonstration sports were played at both the Winter and Summer Olympics. These were chosen at the behest of the host. Some of the sports graduated from being a demonstration sport to being a medal-proper sport such as badminton, judo and taekwondo. From 1996 the Olympic Games had grown too much that there were no longer the resources available to accommodate the demonstration sports.
The history of Olympic volleyball was started back in 1964, the summer Olympics in Tokyo where volleyball was played as part of an American sports demonstration event.
Extreme sports never entered the Olympics that's why they invented the X games
None - the winter Olympics were never held in Athens. The summer Olympics have been held there several times, though.
The baseball is not in the Olympics because it is a demonstration sport. Baseball was dropped from the Olympics in 2005 by the International Olympic Committee.
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In 1900 it became a demonstration sport in the Olympics, but it became a medal sport in 1908.
In 1900 it became a demonstration sport in the olympics, but they began winning medals for it in 1908.
The 2012 Olympic Game features 26 sports and a total of 39 disciplines however cheerleading is not one of the sports. Netball is being drafted as a possible demonstration sport at the 2012 Olympic Game in other words the probability of cheerleading to be the demonstration sport is very low. Cheerleading is not even a sport that recognized by Association of the IOC Recognized International Sports Federations (ARISF) so it is a rumor. CHEELEADING IS A SPORT
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.
The Tokyo Olympics in 1964 were the first, although volleyball was played as a demonstration sport in the Olympics as early as 1924.
In the 1964 Olympics, baseball was a demonstration sport. The United States played one game versus Japan.Basketball, soccer, water polo, field hockey and volleyball were the other round ball sports played during the 1964 Olympics.
because some sports are team sports and the olympics are when you have 1 or 2 winners
There is a lot more than 10 sports played at the Olympics, in fact, there are about 380 sports in the summer and winter Olympics combined.
Basketball was a demonstration sport at the 1904 Olympics in St. Louis. The first Olympics where medals were awarded was the 1936 Games in Berlin.
The Olympic demonstration sports can be found by using the link to the Wikipedia article on Olympic Sports.
That's an impossible question, as there's no fixed number of sports. There are plenty of local sports and competitions all over the place that'll never get into the Olympics.
There will be 300 events in 26 sports at the 2012 Olympics.
28 sports (games) are in the Olympics