1996 Summer Olympics
According to the International Olympic Committee website, the Olympics are held every four years to respect the origins of the Ancient Olympics which were held every four years.An Olympiad is four years in length and this is the length of time chosen to be between the Olympics in both the modern and ancient eras. Although an IOC-sanctioned event was held in 1906 (but the IOC do not widely regarded this event as an Olympics) and the idea to hold events in the gap between Olympics was dropped).Answered before by Dlmick
The Summer Olympics were held in 1908 and 1948 in London. London is also scheduled to hold the 2012 Summer Games. == ==
The Olympics are determined by the National Olympic Committee every year.
Capacity varies - most stadiums hold 66,000 to 70,000.
No. Ancient Greece was the home of the Olympics. Rome did finally host the Olympic Games in 1960.
to find the next champion or ruler
On average, the stadiums in England hold 36362 people.
There are several stadiums in London England that can have an attendance of more than 50K. Wembley Stadium and Olympic Stadium are two stadiums in London that can hold that many people.
stadiums didn't exist in 1920. Hitler was alive.
The ancient Greeks organized the ancient Olympics as a dedication to god Zeus. The event was held in the Olympia plains in Greece.
What structure in ancient Greece could hold 14000 people
Yes they did hold the Olympics :)
No, Malta is to small to hold the Olympics.
It depends on the stadium. Some MLB stadiums can hold up to 50,000 people at a time, such as Giants or Yankees stadium. Some stadiums are very small, such as the Houston Astro's field, which can only hold just over 25,000 people.I would say the average amount of people a baseball field can hold is around 35,000 people.