Swimming has been part of the Modern Olympics since they began in 1896. There were four events in 1896, the 100 meter freestyle, 500 meter freestyle, 1200 meter freestyle, and Sailors 100 meter freestyle (this event was open only to sailors in the Greek Royal Navy).
Women first started swimming in the Olympics in 1912.
Olympics is not a person , it is an event held every 2 years in different countries in Olympics there are games like for winter there is skiing, skating , snowboarding and summer is swimming, gymnastics also one year its summer and the year after the year after that its in winter
it miss the Olympics in 1990
Women's bobsledding became an official event in 2002. The men's bobsledding event was started officially in the 1932 Olympics.
Swimming became an Olympic sport in the 1896 Summer Olympics. It was hosted in Athens, Greece, and 241 athletes took part in the games.
It started in 1964
Michael Phelps won the olympics this year... /sarcasm.
You are supposed to be 15 if you are turning 16 the year of the Olympics you are eligible
I could be wrong, but I think 1896, the fastest time was 13.0 seconds.
Swimming was first included in the Olympics in 1896, but has only been open to women since 1912. Hope this helps.