Sports promoted fitness and stamina and a desire to achieve greatness, and so were of social benefit. They were held in Greek cities as a part of religious festivals to honour the gods. Some were much more widely attended than others, gaining inter-city repute throughout the Greek world, and came to deliver financial and prestige benefits. The most prominent were the Olympic Games at Olympia in honour of Zeus, others were the Isthmian Games, Nemean Games, Pythian Games.
The Greeks had a strong passion for sports, and aside from their differences sports brought the Greeks together.
Greek architechture was impelled by the country's love for sports and theatre, the columns were made to accomodate the same.
It is said that men are fitter and stronger and therefore better at sports butwomen do have football teams and they swim, run, and do all the olympic events. They don't do rugby.
Greeks did not play sports.
Ancient Greeks had sports such as running, wrestling, throwing a discus or javelin, and boxing.
a large amount of people participate in in NCAA sports.
Sports are encouraged through relating sports to health improvement.
Many Greeks became sailors and traded with other people.
no he did not do any sports
people participate in different sports because they want to get better at it or they want to play it for fun
The Greeks play soccer.
SPorts became international when the Greeks first starting holding the Olympics, and pretty soon other countries around Greece wanted to participate, and sports such as hockey and basketball that were developed in western countries (CAnada and USA) started to to broaden across the world
ethnic minorities can participate in any sports that choose to participate in
the main reason people participate in sports is to either get fit, socialize, something to do and to have fun!
they invented the Olympic game :)
it is a pyramid describing how people participate in sports. Simplez.
yes they did
i was raised by squirrels