How old do you have to be enter the swimming Olympics?
You are supposed to be 15 if you are turning 16 the year of the Olympics you are eligible
18 years and over
To enter the Olympics you have to be ate lest 16 years old
Yes, Australia enters the Olympics (winter and summer) and is considered a powerhouse in swimming events in particular.
you have to be 14 to enter your self in the Olympics.
You have to be at least 20 years old to enter the Olympics. Women could not watch or participate in the Greek Olympics.
I think it's 14.
15. His first Olympics was the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney.
You must be 16 to compete as a gymnast in the Olympics.
you have to be 15 or older to play basketball in the olympics
16 years old... but swimming and diving you can be 15 years old, and up.
You must be 16 or turning 16 the year of Olympics to compete in them.
No. The 2010 Olympics are Winter Olympics and have no swimming events.
1896 was supposedly when swimming began in the Olympics!
They didn't do swimming in the ancient Olympics.
Ages were the only categories in the ancient Olympics. By the time boys were 10 years old, they already had years of athletic training.
what are the rules for the swimming in the olympics 2012 london
There are a few events that take place in the swimming pool at the Olympics * Swimming * Diving * Synchronised Swimming * Water Polo
swimming has appeared at every modern Olympics, which started in 1896. Womens swimming was introduced to the Olympics in 1912.
I have no clue I just looked at this page for the answer. lol :)
The Olympics started in 776 BC but I'm not sure when swimming was introduced!!!?????
the swimming olympics have been sense the first olympics
AUSTRIA was the first country to win the Olympics in swimming.
you have to be born before 776 B.C so VERY OLD just do the math...:)
There are only two types of swimming: speed and synchronized. Both are in the Olympics.
swimming is part of the summer olympics. Can't quite understand what you're asking for
Swimming has been held at every Olympic games since 1896. Open water swimming was added in the 2008 Olympics.
The minimum age to participate in the Olympics is 15, and you have to be turning 16 that very year. the minimum age is 13 .but that is very rare You have to be over 18 to be in the Olympics.
No, you cannot hurt your child by swimming. You may not want to enter the Olympics and train super hard, but a leisurely swim is just fine. In fact, your sore back and body will appreciate the relaxation of WATER!
for the 2000 till now we had to do a swimming position in order and the first one to do all of them first won the swimming part of the olympics
I don't know what Olympics you're thinking of, but swimming is in the summer Olympics
its in the summer Olympics but not the winter Olympics
He started when he was 7. He competed in his first Olympics at 15 years of age with the 5th Place finish in the 200 m butterfly in the 2000 Olympics.
Dara Torres is like 40 or something years old and one a silver medal in the 50 free at the Olympics this year... this is like her 4th Olympics or something like that
Swimming or diving
he like his swimming classes and wanted to take it further and he did and he made it into the olympics. he like his swimming classes and wanted to take it further and he did and he made it into the olympics.
Swimming was first included in the Olympics in 1896, but has only been open to women since 1912.
There is no maximum age for competing at the Olympics - a long as you qualify for your national swimming team you can compete
Swimming is in included in the Summer Olympics.
Certainly; there is even a swimming competition in the Olympics.
As far as the modern Olympics go, swimming events have been a part since the first modern Games in 1896.
It has been there since the first Olympics.
it miss the Olympics in 1990
There were no Olympics in 2003.
Dawn Fraser (born 1937) was 31 years old when she retired from swimming. After winning a third Gold Medal at the 1964 Olympics, she was banned over an unrelated incident, and was reinstated too late to qualify for the 1968 Olympics.
The longest swimming event for men in the Olympics is the 1500 meter freestyle and for women is the 800 meter freestyle.
Swimming was first included in the Olympics in 1896, but has only been open to women since 1912. Hope this helps.
He says that he has stopped and that he will not be in the 2016 Olympic games. Sadly he is going to stop swimming in the Olympics when he is 30. He said at the winter Olympics that 2012 olympis will be his last Olympics because he will be 27, and he doesn't want to swim at the Olympics after he 30. :(
No it was not. It was added to the Olympics in 1984.
Dana Torres, who at 40 years old continued to compete and win medals in swimming at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
Greece is always the first to enter. The country that is hosting the Olympics is the last to enter