australia competed in the olympics in 1996
Australia has competed at every Summer Olympics and all Winter Olympics except 1924, 1928, 1932, and 1948.
The first Olympics that Lauren Mitchell competed in was the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Australia has been in every summer Olympics and some of the winter Olympics.
New Zealand has competed in 23 Summer Olympics, the first being in 1908 combining their athletes with Australia's and competing under the name Australasia. New Zealand has competed in 13 Winter Olympics, the first being in 1952.
I think that Jamaica first competed in the Olympics in 1948. I think that Jamaica first competed in the Olympics in 1948.
Australia's FIRST OLYMPIAN, Edwin FLACK (1874-1935) COMPETED in Athens in 1896. ( Wikipedia ).
Ancient Greeks competed in the first olympics.
Australia has competed in all of the modern Olympics and won two Gold Medals in the first of the modern Olympics, the 1896 Athens Olympic Games.
America first competed in the Modern Olympics at the 1896 Games in Athens.
Women competed at the Olympic Games for the first time at the 1900 Paris Olympics.
The first time women competed in the Olympics was 1900 in Paris, and the competitive event was croquet.
They firsr competed in 1956
Australia has competed in every games of the modern olympaid, so we participated in the 1896 games, as for first sport at first games I dont know...
37 athletes from Australia have competed
That was the 1920 Games in Antwerp when Australia and New Zealand first competed as separate nations.
This is her first Olympics
The US first competed in the 1896 Olympics in Athens.
if you are talking about the first ancient Olympics then the answer is yes, if you are taling about the first modern Olympics then the answer is no, athletes from 14 nations competed, including, USA, Great Britain, France, Germany and Australia
19 women competed in three sports (golf, croquet, tennis) at the 1900 Games in Paris, the first Olympics where women competed.
That was the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.