swiiming became an olympic sport in 1896
Women first started swimming in the Olympics in 1912.
I heerd it was swimming
The first ever swimming event held in the modern Olympic Games was the 100 meter freestyle on April 11, 1896. The winner was Alfred Hajos of Hungary in a time of 1:22.2.
the 1st olympic swimming pool was in 1899.
the first olympic gold medal in swimming was won by Alfred Hajos of Hungary in 1:22:20 for the 100m freestyle. the first olympic gold medal in swimming was won by Alfred Hajos of Hungary in 1:22:20 for the 100m freestyle. the first olympic gold medal in swimming was won by Alfred Hajos of Hungary in 1:22:20 for the 100m freestyle.
At the Modern Olympics, the first winner of a swimming event was Alfréd Hajós of Hungary in men's 100 meter freestyle at the 1896 Games in Athens.
When was swimming first an event? well it was in 1896 there was 100, 500, and 1200meters.
Swimming pool sports started from Britain around 1830, but first swimming pools games started in Olympic in 1896.
John Jarvis. Jarvis was Great Britain's first Olympic gold medalist in swimming, winning the men's 1000 meter event and 4000 meter event at the 1900 Games in Paris. He was also a member of Great Britain's water polo team that won gold in 1900.
swimming was first played in 1896 at the first modern Olympic games in Athens.
Women were allowed to complete in Olympic swimming starting in 1912. That year, the Australian swimmer Fanny Durack, became the first female to win olympic gold in 100-yard freestyle swimming.
Swimming began when the first human fell in water.
It was held at the first Modern Olympic Games in Athens, Greece in 1896.
Curling, but it was not yet a offical olympic event.
1896 (first Olympics)
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.
The first Olympic games began in 776BC.
In 1896, the first recorded event was the Men's Triple Jump.
The first ever American Olympic swimming medalists were Charles Daniels (silver) and Scott Leary (bronze) in men's 100 yard freestyle at the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
since the first international Olympic games in 1896 :)
well it first began in greece and it began in sprinting