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Hi, Paul Narracott became the first Australian to compete at both the Summer and Winter Olympics: he had competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics in athletics, and participated in bobsleigh in 1992. Hope it helps!

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What does the word Olympic mean

What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

How did the athletes prepare for the ancient olympic games

What other events were included in the ancient olympic games after the first ancient olympic games

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Who is the oldest person to compete in the Olympics for Australia?

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When were women finally allowed to compete in bobsled?

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Who was the youngest person to compete in the Olympics for Australia?

Ronnie Steragte at the age of 9 years 312 days on rings.


Who is the oldest person to ever compete in the Olympics?

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How many people in US compete in the Olympics?

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Did Apolo Anton Ohno's father die?

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Who is the tallest person to compete in the Olympics?

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Who was the first disabled person to compete in summer Olympics?

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Who won the most medals in the winter Olympics?

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How old does a person have to be to participate in the Olympics?

The International Federation of Gymnastics has a requirement of an athlete turning 16 years old in the Olympic year to compete. Figure skating has an age requirement of turning 15 by July 1 of the year before the Winter Olympics to compete. Other than that, there are no age requirements.


In the winter Olympics who has the most golds as a person?

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Who was the oldest person to represent Australia at the Olympics?

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Who won the 2008 winter Olympics?

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Who is the oldest person to ever compete in the winter Olympics?

Carl August Kronlund of Sweden. Carl was 58 years, 155 days old when he competed with the Swedish team in curling at the 1924 Winter Games in Chamonix. He and the team won a silver medal.


Who is the first person to compete in the Olympics for Latvia?

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Who was the first person to invent winter Olympics?

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Who is the Olympics?

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What person won the most medals in the 1924 winter Olympics?

Alissa Cox, from New Zealand


Who was the first person to win a gold medal in the winter Olympics and what was the date?

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How many religions will be in 2012 Olympics?

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Can a disabled person be you the Olympics?

a disabled person can be in the special Olympics but not in the real Olympics


Who is the first person to perform artistic gymnastics salto?

Olga Korbut was one of the first gymnasts to compete a back salto on the balance beam back in the 1972 Olympics.


How many people have died on the ice luge throughout the history of the Winter Olympics?

1 person.....the person from Georiga (the country) who passed the other day....poor guy