The first women's ice hockey event was at the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano.
They were allowed to take part in the year 1900
1998 Games in Nagano. The 1998 Games were also the first to hold competition in women's ice hockey.
No, she was not on the 2004 New Zealand women's field hockey team.
Women began playing hockey because hockey is an incredibly enjoyable game to play.
NBA players first Olympics was the 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona and NHL players first Olympics was the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano.
because they should know how to spell "allowed" first before being allowed to play in the games..
Checking in hockey is not allowed at all in women's leagues or in leagues where children play. In men's leagues, checking is generally allowed as long as the players are not checking from behind, charging, or throwing another player into the boards.
The first recorded organized women's hockey game was in 1892. But my guess is they always let women play ice hockey.
At this time the women's ice hockey competition has not completed. Canadian ice hockey player Carla MacLeod was a member of the 2006 Canadian Olympic team that won the gold medal. She is also a member of the 2010 Canadian women's hockey team that will play in the Olympics.