Women in early Greece were not allowed to take part in their olympic games.
In which Olympic did women first take part?
no they were not allowed to take part in the olympic games until 1900
No women, no slaves were alowed to take part in the ancient Olympic Games.
Ice hockey first became a part of the Olympic games in 1920 at the summer Olympics. It was transformed permanently to the winter Olympic games in 1924.
Women first competed in the modern Olympics in 1900 in sailing, tennis, croquet, golf and equestrian events.
14 nations participated in the first olympic games held in 1896.
Women were allowed to compete in the Olympics starting with the 1900 Olympic Games in Paris.
they first taken part in 1942
No. Even during the first modern Olympic Games in Athens 1896, women did not participate. The first time women competed was the 1900 Paris Games (lawn tennis, golf, croquet, and mixed crew sailing).
nerly evrybody men and women
No, they had their own religious ceremonies.
as it stands 48590 women have taken part
No. Men only in Ancient times.
lots of people who are famous take part in the Olympic games.
Women first competed at the 1900 Paris Games. Women were allowed to compete in lawn tennis and golf, though there were three French women competing in croquet and there was at least one woman sailor as part of mixed crews. It is commonly believed that first woman to win an Olympic event was England's Charlotte Cooper, who won the tennis singles title, however Swiss sailor Hélène de Pourtalès won a gold medal as part of a team in sailing earlier than this.
93 countries took part
Gymnastics were part of the Olympics as early as 1896, men were the athlete for women were not allowed to compete at the time. Men's gymnastics were popular enough to become a game in the Olympics. In 1928 were the women's first try at Olympic gymnastics. The first women's gymnastics were in Amsterdam.
There are 246 taking part in the olympic
The Olympic games were in honour of Zeus
No, swimming is only in the Summer Olympic Games