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What three countries have competed in every modern Olympic games?

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2015-07-17 17:54:31
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Australia, Switzerland, France, Great Britain and Greece have been represented at all Summer Olympics. France, Great Britain and Switzerland are the only countries to participate at every Winter Olympics.

So three countries have been to every Olympics in the modern era - France, Great Britain and Switzerland.

Australia, Switzerland, France, Great Britain and Greece have been represented at all Summer Olympics. France, Great Britain and Switzerland are the only countries to participate at every Winter Olympics.

So three countries have been to every Olympics in the modern era - France, Great Britain and Switzerland.

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