What year did tennis become an Olympic event?
Tennis became an Olympic event the year of 1896
Snowboarding became an Olympic event in 1998.
Luge as been an Olympic event since 1964.
It became an Olympic sport in1964.
Table Tennis became an Olympic sport in 1988 at Seoul, when Yoo Nam Kyu won the gold medal for men's singles.
Tennis became an Olympic sport in 1826. After being discontinued in 1924 it was brought back in 1988.When did tennis become an Olympic event How can tennis have beeen introduced into the Olympics as a sport in 1826 if it was only invented in 1873 by Major Walter Clopton Wingfield and patented as 'Lawn Tennis' (originally called 'Sphairistike' , acient greek) in 1874! or when the first modern Olympics was only introduced again in 1896… Read More
Women first started swimming in the Olympics in 1912.
Steffi Graf completed what has become known as the "Golden Slam" by claiming the 1988 olympic gold in Seoul, South Korea to go with her victories in all four of the tennis majors of that year.
Women's windsurfing debuted at the 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona.
Beach volleyball debuted in 1996 during the Atlanta Games.
Bobsled debuted at the 1924 Games in Chamonix. Only one event, the four man, was competed and the team from Switzerland won the gold medal.
In 1928, but then it was not contested again until 1948. After 1948, it was not contested again until 2002, and since then it has been played in every Olympic after 2002.
it became a Olympic sport in 1963
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The trampoline became an Olympic event in 2000. There is no first women in the trampoline event. The link below has who what won medals in what year.
The ancient Olympic Games began in the year 776 BC. The marathon was not an event of the ancient Olympic Games. This is a modern event that started in 1896.
Show jumping is, AFAIK, the only event where men and women compete on equal term. There are also some mixed events; for example, badmington and table tennis.
Fencing has been an Olympic event since the modern Games began in 1896.
It was a leap year.It was also a Summer Olympic Year
The Summer Olympic Games
The men's high jump was first seen in the 1896 Athens Olympics. The women's high jump would come along at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics.
Australian Open - Tennis
Trampoline became an Olympic sport in the year 2000 in Sydney, Australia. Gymnasts do acrobatic activities using the trampoline. The schools have removed the trampoline from physical education classes at the same time due to injuries and the insurance cost.
Mens hockey became an olympic sport in 1920
In year 1900 in Paris, 11 women participated in lawn tennis and golf.
a skeleton racer i a racer that competes in a winter Olympic event every year
1904 was the last year it was an Olympic event. In 2016 it will again be one.
Beach volleyball had its Olympic debut at the 1996 Atlanta Games.
Diving debuted at the 1904 Games in St. Louis. There was one event, men's springboard, and was won by George Sheldon of the United States. Men's platform was added at the 1908 Games in London. Women began competing in diving at the 1912 Games in Stockholm.
Women first competed in the Olympic Games in 1900. Charlotte Cooper became the first female Olympic Champion. She won the tennis singles.
Softball's first year as an Olympic sport was 1996. Unfortunately, softball is being dropped as an Olympic sport after the 2008 Games in Beijing.
1900 paris summer olympics.
The modern Olympics started in 1896 in Athens, Greece and Gymnastics was an event there.
The year was actually 1924. Tennis was dropped from the Olympic programme after 1924 amid turmoil over such issues as where to draw the line between amateurism and professionalism, and it didn't return as a medal sport until 1988.
That was the 1900 Games in Paris. 1900 was the only year croquet was an Olympic event.
1998 Nagano Winter Games
Men first played handball at the 1936 Games in Berlin. The event was then removed from the Olympics until the 1972 Games in Munich and has been competed in every Olympics since. Women first played handball at the 1976 Games in Montreal and the event has been competed in every Olympics since.
The high jump has been an olympic event officially for over 100 years at the Olympic Games, and will continue to be held annually every year during the Olympic, including this year's games in Beijing, China.
Although it was already gaining popularity in the 1980s, it was only in the 1999 Winter Games in Nagano, Japan that it became a part of the quadrennial event. Snowboarding's first year in the Olympics was in 1998 at Nagano, Japan. it came to the Olympics in 1898 feb 28
Women's bobsledding became an official event in 2002. The men's bobsledding event was started officially in the 1932 Olympics.
At the 1952 Oslo Olympics, Eigil Nansen lit the first-ever Winter Olympics cauldron.
There are lots, but the main two would be the Summer Olympic Games and the European Soccer Championships.
Field hockey debuted at the 1908 Games in London.
Swimming became an Olympic sport in the 1896 Summer Olympics. It was hosted in Athens, Greece, and 241 athletes took part in the games.
The Grand Slam of tennis is considered to be any of the 4 Grand Slam championships (Wimbledon, Roland Garros, Australian Open and US Open). A Year Slam is when you win the 4 in the same year. A surface Slam is when you win at least one championship in all of the surfaces. A carrer slam is when you win the 4 grand Slams throughout your career although not in the same year. An Olympic… Read More
Baseball is an Olympic event, the first game is Aug. 13. This is the last year for softball and baseball unless the Olympic committee makes a change, they voted to drop it after this year. Some think that the committee thinks baseball is so heavily dominated by the US, they want to drop it and that the committee thinks softball is women's baseball so they should drop it also.
Figure skating has been an Olympic sport since the first Winter Olympics in 1924. Figure skating became part of the Olympics in the year 1908.
Women were allowed to complete in Olympic swimming starting in 1912. That year, the Australian swimmer Fanny Durack, became the first female to win olympic gold in 100-yard freestyle swimming.
OMG! 11.88seconds is an AMAZING time for a 12 year old. Work on that and you could become a olympic sprinter