You can be as young as 13 to participate in the Olympics but you must register a year before because the Olympics are so important and they take a LONG time to get ready for. If you don't believe me then research Sarah Willson a 13 year old Olympic Gymnastic! To answer your question, however, then yes you can be 15 to join the Olympics with the right qualifications.
Because in those times only young men could compete and they were usually naked
An athlete must be or turn 16 years old during the olympic year to qualify, although chinease althletes ( some) this year are suspected to be as young as 12. Beijing is thought to be falsifiying their documents to allow 4 young gymnasts to participate.
I don't believe there are age restrictions; if you can qualify you can compete. You would have to be a unique talent to compete against the young dynamos that make it to the Olympic games.
they can run fast compare 2 old guys
it will get young people involved and get excited
it wont apparently!im 13 and trying to do an essay on how the olympics have affected britian, and nothing for kids has come up! :@
It will inspire them to get involved.
Chariots of Fire.
because people want some kids or young people to see how important or how good is sport
Ask your teacher brah
You can be as young as you wan t but hte only one good enough to medal contend is Thomas Daley of Great Britain. He does diving.
The athletes of the ancient Olympics were young Greek men.
good influence of movies on young people
They can suffocate young children and also harm the environment.
they kill people so it is not a good idea to start young kids on them