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What races do they do in the Olympics?


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Answered 2009-11-18 00:53:42

It depends upon the particular Olympics. There are summer and winter Olympics. Examples of races in the summer Olympics include competitions among the world's fastest runners and swimmers. Examples of races in the winter Olympics include competitions among the world's fastest skiers.

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