They used chariots.
this website is shite
There are more foot injuries in olympic athletes who go barefoot, and they have more problems with traction.
argos did have some minor advantages in the ancient Olympic games. Their athletes had a ton of muscle, and were stronger than most athletes. Their athletes were trained in the arts and sciences. However, just because they were strong does not mean that they always won the Olympic games. Their biggest rivals were Sparta and Athens. Anyways, because their athletes were strong, they could easily crush their equals, the athletes from Corinth, a seaside city-state. Also, since they were trained in the sciences and arts, they always had a complicated plan of how to win a game. So, those were basically the advantages Argos had. Even though Argos did not have many advantages in the Ancient Olympic Games, their two advantages did go a long way.
They stay in a complex called the Olympic village.
To show they have the best olympic athletes.
Each country has their own way for athlete to qualify for the Olympic Games. In the US most athletes are chosen through a competition where the top athletes are named to the Olympic Team. Those competitions are usually called the Olympic Trials. So, if you're an American and want to try out for the Olympics, find a sport, train hard, and compete in the Olympic Trials. If you win, you go to the Olympics.
The qualifications may vary depending on the sport and country. Olympic athletes are selected by their country to compete on its behalf, in their sport. They typically go through rigorous trials and intensive training. The qualifications may vary depending on the sport and country. Olympic athletes are selected by their country to compete on its behalf, in their sport. They typically go through rigorous trials and intensive training.
There were 595 athletes at the opening ceremony. But I'm unsure as to how many more there are competing that didn't go.
anyone who quilifies.