Q: How far is it when you row in the Olympics?

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London...so far(2012 olympics)

So far, China I believe has won the most Gold, but US has most medals.

China - 47 so far United States - 54 so far Germany - 18 so far. Stay Tuned...... This count changes by the hour......

The United States. They have the most medals by far, most of them being gold.

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take the coin on the far right on the bottom row and put it on the far right of the second row then take the far left of the bottom row and put it on the far left of the second row then take the top coin and put it underneath the bottom row in the middle

i am one of the best players at this game (10 in the world) the best way to hit far is to hit as low as you can. i thing the max you can get is 11k but that is near impossible to get 3 times in a row.

Bottom row.

No country has ever hosted the Winter Olympics three times in a row.

the Winter Olympics are 4 years apart, the next winter Olympics will be in Russia in 2014

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4 Years...

So far they have lasted up to now because now we have the Olympics.

I don't know who you mean by they but the distance that Olympians row is 2000m or 2kms At a lower level you can row either 1000m, 1500m or 2000m

On the first box, the total number is 15. the bottom left of the number is 4, the middle of the middle row is 5, and the top right of the top row is 6. On the second box, the total number is 34. the top row on the far right corner is 4, top middle row on the middle left is 6, the bottom middle row on the middle right is 11, and the bottom row on the far left is 13. On the third box, the total is 42. The top row on the far right corner is 6, top middle row on the middle left is 8, the bottom middle row on the middle right is 13, and the bottom row on the far left corner is 15. You will not use the numbers 1, or 2. Hope that helps. :)

So far they have lasted up to now because now we have the Olympics.