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The summer Olympics are more popular because of the different types of sport. In the summer, there are more people watching because pf the hot and warm environment, although the winter Olympics are still very good.

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What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

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Q: What is more popular the summer or winter Olympics?
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What is more popular winter or summer Olympics?

The summer Olympics are more popular than the Winter ones only because more countries participate, especially the ones that do not have winter like the ones in Africa


Are there more events in the Summer Olympics or the Winter Olympics?

The Summer Olympics has more events.


Which has more viewers the Summer or Winter Olympics?

The summer Olympics has more viewers


Does the summer or winter Olympics have more events?

Spring Olympics


What is the difference between the Summer Olympic Games and the Winter Olympic Games?

What's the difference between the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics? The events! The Winter Olympics mostly include sports enjoyed in snow and ice or winter sports such as hockey, speed skating, snowboarding and many more. The Summer Olympic has a similar format to the Winter Olympics, but it is hosted in the summer time with mostly outdoor and indoor sports such as track & field, swimming, basketball and many more. The Summer Olympics is generally more popular and welcomed because of the "commonness" or popularity of the sports in it.


Where are the Olympics held for 2010?

Winter Olympics are in Vancouver. No more summer Olympics until 2012.


What are the 5 Olympics summer games?

There are many more than five games in both the winter and summer Olympics.


What country won the most medals at the last Summer Olympics?

the united states have won more medals at the summer and winter Olympics than any other country to take place in the summer and winter Olympics.


On average does the US win more medals at the Winter or the Summer Olympics?

US gets more medals in the winter than the summer. they got 25 in the summer and they 32 medals so far in the winter.


Every how many years are the Olympics?

The Olympics are every 4 years, but since we have the season of summer & winter Olympics it is more like every 2 years for the Olympics.


When was the last Olympic held?

The last Olympics was the Sochi 2014 Olympics, which was held from February 6-23, 2014.The Summer Olympics are held every four years and the Winter Olympics are held every four years. However, there is an Olympics held every other year because the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics are held two years apart in alternating even-numbered years.The last Olympic games held were the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy and the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Click on the '2006 Winter Olympics' and the '2008 Summer Olympics' links on this page to learn more about them.


Was winter Olympics ever held at two year interval?

Yes, in 1992 and 1994. Up to 1992, the Winter Olympics and Summer Olympics were held in the same year. The International Olympic Committee decided to split the Winter and Summer Games by two years in the hopes of getting more attention for the Games since they would be held two years apart instead of in the same year. To do this, they scheduled the Winter Olympics for 1994, two years after the 1992 Winter Olympics and kept the Summer Olympics scheduled for 1996, four years after the 1992 Summer Olympics. 1992 and 1994 is the only time the Winter Olympics were held two years apart.

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