Countries do not "host" the Olympic Games. Cities are selected as hosts of the Games.
1896- Athens, Greece
1900- Paris, France
1904- St. Louis, United States
1908- London, England
1912- Stockhom, Sweden
1920- Antwerp, Belgium
1924- Paris, France
1928- Amsterdam, Netherlands
1932- Los Angeles, United States
1936- Berlin, Germany
1948- London, England
1952- Helsinki, Finland
1956- Melbourne, Australia
1960- Rome, Italy
1964- Tokyo, Japan
1968- Mexico City, Mexico
1972- Munich, Germany
1976- Montreal, Canada
1980- Moscow, Russia
1984- Los Angeles, United States
1988- Seoul, South Korea
1992- Barcelona, Spain
1996- Atlanta, United States
2000- Sydney, Australia
2004- Athens, Greece
2008- Beijing, China
2012- London, England
2016- Rio De Janerio, Brazil
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Since 1918 is not divisible by 4, there was no Summer Olympics held in this year.
Yes, its participation at the modern Olympic Games began since 1928, and has hosted the Summer Olympic Games once, in 1968.
Ethiopia first participated in the Summer Olympics in 1956 and has been to every Summer Olympics, except the 1976 Summer Olympics, since then.
Except for the 1960 Summer Olympics, Jamaica has participated in every Summer Olympics since 1948.
Only 80 countries participated at the 1980 Moscow Olympics, 66 nations (including USA) boycotted in protest of the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet troops.It was the lowest total of countries attended since the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, which had only 72 countries participating.
Yes, Egypt has been in the Summer Olympics since 1912.
Yes, table tennis has been a Summer Olympic sport since 1988. It was introduced during the Seoul Olympics and is dominated by Asian countries.
The USA has not boycotted an Olympics since 1980 when the Soviet Union hosted in protest of the soviet's invasion of Afghanistan
The only countries that have been to all Summer Olympics are Australia, Great Britain, France, Switzerland and Greece. Since the first Winter Olympics in 1924 only Switzerland, France and Great Britain have take part in each Winter Games. So three nations have competed at all Summer and Winter Olympics - Switzerland, France and Great Britain.
Jamaica first participated in the Summer Olympics in 1948 and has participated in every Summer Olympics since then.
The network station NBC has not always broadcast the Olympics. However they have held the broadcast rights for the Summer Olympics since 1988 and for the Winter Olympics since 2002.
How many times has the summer olympics been held in London?
Archery was a sport at the 2016 summer Olympics. Artistic gymnastics has been a Summer Olympic event since the 1928 Olympics. Alpine skiing is a Winter Olympics sport.
Same as the 2008 Olympics, and the 2004 Olympics, and the Olympics before that. and every other 4 years since the Olympics started.
Ice hockey has been a part of the Olympics since 1920. In 1924, it was moved from the Summer Olympics to the Winter Olympics.
The French have been in every Olympics summer and winter since 1896.
Yes, Singapore has competed in every Summer Olympics, except for 1980, since 1948.
The Winter Olympics is held every four years, just like the Summer Olympics. Since 1988 they have been held two years after the previous Summer Olympics date. Prior to that time, they were held in the same year as the Summer Olympics was held.
Canada has been competing in the Olympics since 1900. Canada has been competing in both the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics.
The Olympics are every 4 years, but since we have the season of summer & winter Olympics it is more like every 2 years for the Olympics.
1) Melbourne - 1956 2) Mexico City - 1968 3) Munich - 1972 4) Montreal - 1976 5) Moscow - 1980
It's debut in the Summer Olympics was in 1900 at the Games in Paris . Soccer has been introduced to olympics since ancient times.
At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London the Philippine's is represented by 11 athletes who are competing in 8 sports, making it the smallest Philippine delegation to the Summer Olympics since 1936.
Yes, table tennis has been competed in the Olympics since the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul.