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As of the 2008 Games, that would be Africa, South America, and Antarctica. Rio de Janeiro has been selected to host the 2016 Summer Games. That will be the first Olympics held in South America.NOTE: Continents do not host the games; countries host the games!


Click on the 'Olympic Games Host Cities' link on this page to see a list of host cities of the Olympics along with reading a short history of the ancient and modern Olympics.There is also a VERY good website: www.harveyabramsbooks.com/hostcities.html which you can go to, to find out which countries, cities AND what year they hosted the olympics!!!


London is the only city to host the games 3 times


There were no Winter Olympics in 2009. They occur every four years. Technically the games are hosted by cities, not countries. The 2010 games are in Vancouver, Canada.


At this time, Ireland has not hosted the Olympics games yet. It did however host the Special Olympics in 2003.


i think the the Olympics Will host the Summer Olympics in winter


vancouver, BC, Canada was the host of the 20th (2010) Winter Olympics.


There have been some smaller countries to host the Olympics. In 1912, Sweden (Stockholm) hosted the Games. In 1920, Belgium (Antwerp) was the host and in 1952, Finland (Helsinki) was the host. Today generally large, industrialized countries are selected to host the Olympics due to the large number of tourists expected and the construction of stadiums and venues that are needed for the athletes to compete. Click on the "Olympic Host Cities" link below to see a list of all cities and countries that have hosted the Olympic Games.


The Olympics have been held in Great Britain in 1908, 1948 and 2012. On all three occasions the games were held in London.


They bid and bid and bid towin the right to host the Olympics


The next host city of the Olympics will be Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, The cities and countries that host the Olympics are decided well in advance.


Host countries and cities are not decided so far in the future.


A host city for the 2208 Olympics has not been announced. As of 2010, only the next two host cities have been announced: London will host the Games in 2012, and Rio will host the Games in 2016.


Portugal has yet to host the Olympics games.


The host was the United Kingdom, and the games were in London...


Every four years, a country is picked to host the Olympics games. Countries in Europe have hosted these games 34 times.


Because only the more economically developed countries can afford to host the games. It takes millions upon millions of dollars to build the stadiums, fields, stands, athlete housing facilities etc. Undeveloped countries could not afford to host the olympics. As it is the debt for these countries after the games is astronomical.


They usually gather all the countries and have a vote for whichever country hosts the Summer and Winter Olympics


No. As of the 2008 Games, India has never hosted an Olympics.


In total 204 countries participated in the 2012 London Olympics. It was a hugely successful games for the host nation Great Britain who achieved their highest number of gold medals since 1908.


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The four other cities in competition with Beijing to host the 2008 Games were: Toronto, Canada Paris, France Istanbul, Turkey Osaka, Japan


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London is the only city in the United Kingdom to have ever hosted the Olympics-1908 Olympics Games-1944 Olympics Games(Cancelled due to WWII)-1948 Olympics Games-2012 Olympics Games


When the 2012 Summer Games begin, London will become the first and only city to host the Olympics three times (1908, 1948, 2012).



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