At Beijing 2008 there were 302 events played in 28 sports. The sports were: * Archery with 4 events * Athletics with 47 events * Badmiton with 5 events * Baseball with 1 event * Basketball with 2 events * Boxing with 11 events * Canoeing with 16 events * Cycling with 18 events * Diving with 8 events * Equestrian with 6 events * Fencing with 10 events * Feild Hockey with 2 events * Soccer (Football) with 2 events * Gymnastics with 18 events * Handball with 2 events * Judo with 14 events * Modern Pentathalon with 2 events * Rowing with 14 events * Sailing with 11 events * Shooting with 15 events * Softball with 1 event * Swimming with 34 events * Syncronised Swimming with 2 events * Table Tennis with 4 events * Taekwondo with 8 events * Tennis with 4 events * Triatholon with 2 events * Volleyball with 4 events * Water Polo with 2 events * Weightlifting with 15 events * Wrestling with 18 events
Yes , cause the Olympics cover oneself with all sport in the world
The bbc have a list and the timetable for all the events on there website bbc.co.uk under the Olympic tab
Sports are played usually on a field, court, ring, stadium, etc. All depends on what sport
All sports are unisexual.
all of them
The Olympics represent sports that have been played and are being played all over the world. Hope this helped if not that's not my problem sorry
not ALL sports are in the Olympic Games
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.
Of course; they wouldn't be sports otherwise.
There are 29 sports in the Summer Olympics (although only 26 sports will be at the 2012 Olympics). There are 15 sports in the Winter Olympics (all 15 were held at the 2010 Olympics).
McDonald Bailey does all kind of sports like running and other sports/Olympics......
Football, soccer, swimming, and Tennis. All the same kind of sports we play.
That's an impossible question, as there's no fixed number of sports. There are plenty of local sports and competitions all over the place that'll never get into the Olympics.