The word "modern" distinguishes the games since 1896 from the ancient Greek Olympic games from 776 BC.
There are two Olympics games, summer and winter, referring to the season of year the games are held in and the sports contested therein.
The modern Summer Olympic Games was started in 1896. There have been 28 Summer Olympic Games held. The modern Winter Olympic Games were started in 1924. There have been 20 Winter Olympic Games held.
The first Modern Summer Olympic Games took place in 1896, in Athens, Greece.
The Summer Modern Olympic Games occur every four years since 1896. The Winter Modern Olympic Games also occur every four years since 1924. So, since there were Summer Olympic Games in 2008, there will be Winter Olympic Games in 2010, and more Summer Olympic Games in 2012.
Yes. The Olympic Games include the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. Summer Olympic Games is said to separate it from the Winter Olympic Games.
The summer Olympics and winter Olympics are held every four years.
The modern Olympic Games was initiated by Pierre de Coubertin, who was from France. In 1894, he set up the IOC or International Olympic Committee in Paris. The first summer Olympic games was held in 1896 while the winter Olympic games was held in 1924.
The United States has won the most medals at the Summer Olympics in the history of the Modern Olympic Games.
Yes, its participation at the modern Olympic Games began since 1928, and has hosted the Summer Olympic Games once, in 1968.
The "International Olympic Committee" (IOC) organizes the modern Olympic Games and the Youth Olympic Games, held in Summer and Winter, every four years.
Summer Olympic Games was created in 1896.
1896 was the year of the first modern olympic games (summer) and was held in Athens, Greece
The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens between April 6 and April 15, 1896.