No, women were not allowed to enter the olympics.
No women were allowed to watch the Olympics because they were not considered citizens.
Women were allowed in the Olympics but only for the equestrian events. They were only allowed to ride the horses.
No, women were not allowed in the original olympics
They were first allowed to ride in the Olympics in 1952
the second modern olympics
nude men competed in the Olympics back then and married women were not allowed to go to the Olympics
Women are allowed at both the winter and summer Olympics
yes they were
no women were not aloud to compete in the Olympics.
Women were not allowed to compete in the ancient Olympics, under penalty of death. Married women were not allowed to attend, also under penalty of death. Unmarried women were allowed to attend, as it was thought that the Olympics were a good place for young maidens to meet their future husbands.
Nothing was worn in the Olympics, that's why women weren't allowed to go to the Olympics!(only men were allowed to go to the Olympics)
It was in 1900 when women were allowed to participate in the Olympics. The 1900 Summer Olympics were held in Paris, France.
only men were allowed to take part in the Olympics and in case women snug into the Olympics they were all naked!
They were allowed to take part in the year 1900