you can compete in as many as you want but it is very hard to compete in two different events because it means that you train for two different sports so that means others competing in one will be able to train more than someone that is doing a lot of different sports. that is why you never see a swimmer competing in running or a weightlifter competing in rowing
Hi, Paul Narracott became the first Australian to compete at both the Summer and Winter Olympics: he had competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics in athletics, and participated in bobsleigh in 1992. Hope it helps!
The Summer Olympics has more events.
Yes, you can compete in consecutive Olympic games.
The sports that Australia did not compete in at the 2008 Summer Olympics were handball and baseball.
There are 300 events in the Olympics.
There are 29 different events in the summer Olympics and 15 events in the winter Olympics.
Yes, during the Summer events in the summer Olympics
Men can participate in 26 events for the summer Olympics.
The only sport the US does not compete in at any Summer Olympics (including 2008 and the upcoming 2012) is handball.
There are winter Olympics so people with winter sports interest can compete in the games. eg. Skiing, figure skating. Summer Olympics so people with summer sports can compete in the games. Gymnastics, swimming...ect.
It started in greece and there are 301 events in the summer olympics
Women first competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris.
You must be 16 to compete as a gymnast in the Olympics.
1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
Shawn Johnson competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Italy first competed in the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
In the Summer Olympics there are 301 events.
1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm. The equestrian events of the 1956 Summer Olympics were held in Stockholm.
There are 302 events in the 2012 summer Olympics
Winter and Summer events differ greatly.