At the 2008 Games:
Men Only: Baseball, Boxing
Women Only: Gymnastics - Rhythmic, Softball, Syncronized Swimming
46 teams of men, but only 39 women.
All sports are unisexual.
In general men and women can both compete in various Olympic sports. However, tennis, golf, and croquet are for women only.
At the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing, sports that only men participated in were baseball and boxing. Baseball has been discontinued in Olympic competition and starting in 2012, there will be women's boxing competition. At the 2012 Summer Games in London, there will be no men only sports. why
There are 302 events, but only 28 sports (eg. In rowing there is single sculls men, double sculls women, coxless 4 men etc.)
Ski jumping. I think thats the last mens only sport in the Olympics
There were 216 Americans in the 2010 Olympics, consisting of 123 men and 93 women in a total of 15 sports.
Men sports (races).
In the Summer Olympics, Boxing has been for men only but is scheduled for the 2012 games in London. In the Winter Olympics, Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined (which includes ski jumping) are for men only.
11 (7 men, 4 women) in 8 sports
Of course not! All sports are avaliable to men and women anywhere. It was many many years ago when only men could take part in sports, we could say around Ancient Greek times.
ESPN's website offers coverage of at least 35 different sports depending on what is in season. Sports are further broken down by professional and college level, men's and women's sports, and Olympics sports.
36 athletes in 9 sports (13 men, 23 women)
In the original Greek Olympics only men from the city states that made up Greece were aloud to compete in the Olympics!
Men's and women's ski-cross.