The concept of the Olympic games began in Greece, and therefore Greece can be considered the first country to participate in the games.
the first aboriginal Australian to participate in the olympic games was Kevin coombes in 1960, but he was a paralympian. (:
Yes this is true. The London 2012 Olympic Games is the first Olympic Games to allow female boxers to participate. They are eligible to participate in three events:Flyweight (51kg)Lightweight (60kg)Middleweight (75kg)
1998 Winter Games in Nagano. Kenya sent one athlete to participate in the 1998 Winter Games, cross country skier Philip Boit who finished 92nd in men's 10 km.
The first Winter Olympic games were held in 1924 in Chamonix, France.
The first Olympic Games in which women participated were those of Amsterdam, in 1928.
1900 Games in Paris. Russia sent four athletes to participate in fencing and equestrian events. No medals were won.
Women were first allowed to participate in the modern Olympic games at the 1900 Paris games.
The first Olympic Games were held in Greece.