Swimming was first included in the Olympics in 1896, but has only been open to women since 1912. Hope this helps.
Swimming is in included in the Summer Olympics.
AUSTRIA was the first country to win the Olympics in swimming.
Swimming was first included in the Commonwealth Games program at the first Edition in 1930.
the swimming olympics have been sense the first olympics
for the 2000 till now we had to do a swimming position in order and the first one to do all of them first won the swimming part of the olympics
Swimming was included to the Olympics because there was a lot of people who had talent in swimming. So they wanted to include it to the Olympic game
The first Olympics were in 1896. They were held in Athens, Greece.
it was first played at the 1924 Summer Olympics at Paris as a "simple game" but it was officially included in the 1964 Summer Olympics
It has been there since the first Olympics.
As far as the modern Olympics go, swimming events have been a part since the first modern Games in 1896.
No, swimming was first introduced in 1896 for men in Athens, Greece. Women's swimming was introduced in 1912 at the games in Stockholm, Sweden.
running, swimming,weight lifting
1896 (first Olympics)
No. The 2010 Olympics are Winter Olympics and have no swimming events.
1896 was supposedly when swimming began in the Olympics!
Women first started swimming in the Olympics in 1912.
Cycling has been competed at the Olympics since the first Modern Olympics in Athens in 1896.
USA came first Australia came second
His first Olympics were in Sydney in 2000.
In the modern Olympics, that was 1896.
They didn't do swimming in the ancient Olympics.
Some of the sports that are included in the Summer Olympics are tennis, diving, boxing, and archery. Swimming, basketball, and table tennis are also included.
Sprinting has always been included in the Olympic games