there will be 12 sports in the summer olympics.
Summer Olympics - sports that are practiced during the summer months, such as swimming and basketball. Winter Olympics - sports practiced during winter months, such as skiing and snowboarding. Paralympics - in which the contenders have disablities
The Winter Olympics have competitions for sports that are considered 'cold weather sports' .... sports that can only be done on snow or ice. These sports include skiing, speed skating, and ski jumping. The Summer Olympics have competitions for sports that are considered 'warm weather sports'. These sports include athletics (track and field), marathon, and equestrian. There are Winter Olympics and Summer Olympics because you can play different sports in different seasons.
Sydney hosted the Summer Olympic Games in 2000.The Olympics in Sydney was during the year 2000.
Tennis and diving are both part of the Summer Olympics. Tennis was a part of the first modern Olympics during the summer of 1896. It was taken out of the Olympics in 1922 and restored to the Summer Olympics in 1988. Diving became a Summer Olympic sport in 1904.
Yes, table tennis has been a Summer Olympic sport since 1988. It was introduced during the Seoul Olympics and is dominated by Asian countries.
During the 1996 Olympics, Muhammad Ali received a replacement gold medal from the 1960 Olympics since he had lost his.
Yes, during the Summer events in the summer Olympics
The Olympic Oath for athletes was first taken at the 1920 Games in Antwerp and the Olympic Oath for judges was first taken at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
During the Summer Olympic games, several water sports include swimming, diving and water polo. There is also canoeing and kayaking in the Olympics.
the events were Cycling Athletics Fencing Gymastics Weightlifting Swimming Tennis Shooting
The Summer Olympic Games of 1992 were held in Barcelona, Spain and in 1996 they were held in Atlanta, Georgia. 2 Summer Olympics ... 1992 in Barcelona and 1996 in Atlanta 3 Winter Olympics ... 1992 in Albertville, 1994 in Lillehammer, 1998 in Nagano