Archery first came into the Olympic Games in the 1900's
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Archery was not a sports event in the first ancient Olympic Games in Greece. However, the games were held for over 1,000 years, so it's entirely possible that at some time archery was an Olympic sport in the past. Archery for men was an event for the first time in the modern Olympics in 1900. The first archery event for women was in 1904. However, there was no uniformity in the rules in those early Olympics and archery was dropped as an event after 1920. The international governing body for archery, the Federation Internationale de Tira l'Arc (FITA), was founded in 1931. See the related link.
100m long :)
i think the olympic games that are going to be played in Beijing are soccer archery cricked swimming and a few more
There are alot of olympic games! Here are a few: Swimming Wrestling Archery Running Gimnastics Sorry that isnt all of them :(
Table tennis, Basketball, Archery, Trampoline etc.
Wrestling, disics, and Archery
There are many martial arts in the Olympic Games. In addition to wrestling, fencing, archery, shooting, boxing and the biathelon, there is Judo and Taekwondo.
The first Olympic games were in 776BC
the first Olympic games was was in 1845
well it first began in greece and it began in sprinting