The Olympic Games have not been held in Africa.
Africa has not yet held an Olympic Games.
No, the Olympic Games have never been hosted in Africa. The 2016 games in Rio de Janario will be the first time they will have been held in South America.
The Olympic Summer Games have been held in Europe, Asia, North America, and Australia. The 2016 games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will be the first held in South America. Neither Africa nor Antarctica has yet hosted the Olympic games. The Olympic Winter Games have been held in Europe, Asia, and North America.
There are never been a summer olympic held in africa.
No city in Africa has ever held the Summer Olympic Games.
The only competing continent that has not hosted a Summer Olympics Games is Africa. There have been Olympics held in Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia. There was also no African city that had hosted the FIFA World Cup until 2010, so a future African venue for the Olympics is not impossible. The only continent not represented in the Olympics is Antarctica, which has only scientists as permanent residents, and is by treaty an international scientific preserve.
The 1988 Winter Games were held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and the 1988 Summer Games were held in Seoul, South Korea.
the Olympic games are being held in Brazil in 2016.
The Olympic Games have never been held in Africa, neither the continents of South America and Antarctica. Other regions to have not hosted the Olympics include the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, and Southeast Asia.
Most places have never hosted the Olympic Games, but perhaps the most important are the whole of Africa and the whole of South America.
No. The Olympic Games have also never been held in South America although the Olympics considers the continents of North America and South America as 'The Americas'. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the four finalists to hold the 2016 Summer Games, along with Chicago, Madrid, and Tokyo.