In the first thirteen Olympic games, there was only one event and that was the sprint. The sprint event was about one hundred and eight meters in length. Then later Pentathlon was added and it had different events. There was discus, javelin, jumping, running, and wrestling. After a while, they added Equestrian events and that included chariot racing and riding. The Ancient Olympics did have lots of events. They had two major events Equestrian and Pentathlon events
The first event of the Ancient Olympics was the stade race, a foot race of approximately 192 meters run at the first Ancient Games in 776 BC. The first event of the Modern Olympics was a heat in the 100 meter dash run on April 6, 1896.
Curling, but it was not yet a offical olympic event.
The trampoline became an Olympic event in 2000. There is no first women in the trampoline event. The link below has who what won medals in what year.
swiiming became an olympic sport in 1896
In 1896, the first recorded event was the Men's Triple Jump.
since the first international Olympic games in 1896 :)
Yes it is a Olympic event :)
The Triple Jump
yes swimming is an olympic event
1896 Olympics, the first one.
first olympic games
In the modern Olympics, that was 1896.
The first Olympic champion in recorded history was a naked runner, Coroebus (a cook from Elis), who won the only event the stade.
The only event included in the first Olympic games was the "stade", a run of about 192 meters. hope that helped!
what was the only athletic event at the first ancient olympic games?
No. Tug of War was an Olympic event from 1900 to 1920.