because some sports are world wide (more popular than others)
For all of the countries to do all the sports in the Olympics there has to be a certain amount of them in the team. However it is possible for a country to participate in all of the sports. Some of the countries this year only have a couple of players so no. All of the countries in the Olympics do not do all sports.
ching chong sports but they have to use a big ball cuz they can barely see it...haha
They are developed countries that are industrialized.
SPorts became international when the Greeks first starting holding the Olympics, and pretty soon other countries around Greece wanted to participate, and sports such as hockey and basketball that were developed in western countries (CAnada and USA) started to to broaden across the world
developed countries in the world
india & chine are developing country where as us and uk are developed country
for being so friendly, economically developed and one of the world leading countries in sports, entertainment, education and tourism.
Less Developed Countries
The less developed countries don't have the same kinds of medical access to help them deal with diseases, which means that exporting health problems from developed countries to less developed countries could have devastating effects on the less developed countries.
Developed countries are countries that have lots of money and jobs
Developed countries in Asia are: Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore