The first Summer Olympic games had only nine events. Today there are over 25 events in the Summer Olympics. Some of those events include polo, swimming, diving, track, and volleyball.
Diving events at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing are scheduled over eight days ... August 10-13, August 17, August 19, August 21, and August 23.
The Summer Olympics has more events.
Diving events at the Olympics are held at 3 meters (springboard) and 10 meters (platform).
There are 300 events in the Olympics.
There are 29 different events in the summer Olympics and 15 events in the winter Olympics.
Men can participate in 26 events for the summer Olympics.
Yes, during the Summer events in the summer Olympics
It started in greece and there are 301 events in the summer olympics
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Diving events at the Olympics are at 3 meters (springboard) and 10 meters (platform).
Diving events will be at the Aquatics Centre within the Olympic Park
7.Of the 8 diving events at the 2008 Summer Games, the only one China did not win was men's platform which was won by Matt Mitcham of Australia.
There are 302 events in the 2012 summer Olympics
In the Summer Olympics there are 301 events.
Athletes because they had 47 events with a Gold medal for each and then the Aquatics with 46 events. Aquatics includes Diving , Swimming, Water Polo, and Synchronized Swimming
track events, swimming/diving, cycling, gymnastics and field events
1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm. The equestrian events of the 1956 Summer Olympics were held in Stockholm.
The summer events!
Winter and Summer events differ greatly.
There are 42 events and they can be found at 2008 Beijing Olympics official website.
The summer and winter olympics are meets that are held every 4 years. Although during the meet there are events that take place. e.g (track and field events and swimming events in the summer olympics and skiing or snowboarding in the winter olympics)
Yes it is including the recently added Women's Boxing Events for the 2012 Summer Olympics
the IOC has decided to put a limit on the number of sports, as well as events and athletes, in the Summer Olympics in order not to increase them from the 28 sports, 300 events and 10,000 athletes of the 2000 Summer Olympics.