What are the 5 countries in the Olympics?
Five countries have been represented at all Summer Olympic Games – Greece, Great Britain, France, Switzerland, and Australia, though not always as part of official teams….Participating Countries.
|Afghanistan||The Gambia||North Macedonia|
|Bulgaria||Korea, North (PDR of Korea)||Singapore|
|Burkina Faso||Korea, South||Slovakia|
What cities were in the 2012 Olympics?
On 18 May 2004, the IOC announced the cities accepted as candidates:
- Paris — scored 8.5 (bid details)
- Madrid — scored 8.3 (bid details)
- London — scored 7.6 (bid details)
- New York City — scored 7.5 (bid details)
- Moscow — scored 6.5 (bid details)
- Leipzig — scored 6.0.
- Rio de Janeiro — scored 5.1.
- Istanbul — scored 4.8.
Who won the Beijing Olympics?
Michael Phelps of the United States won his seventh gold medal of the Beijing Games in the 100-metre butterfly event to tie Mark Spitz’s Olympic record. Phelps won the race by 0.01 second.
What city was a US candidate for the 2012 Summer Olympics?
Paris (FRA), New York (USA), Moscow (RUS), London (GBR), and Madrid (ESP)* were accepted by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board in Lausanne as Candidate Cities to host the Games of the XXX Olympiad in 2012.
How many National Olympic Committees are there in Asia?
The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) is a governing body of sports in Asia, currently with 45 member National Olympic Committees.
How many sports are in the Asian Games?
The first round of changes commenced with the 2014 Asian Games when the number of events was recommended to be restricted to 35 with 28 Olympic sports and up to a maximum of seven non-Olympic sports.
When do the Olympics start in London 2012?
The 2012 Summer Olympics in London begin tomorrow (July 27), and it wouldn’t be an Olympic opening ceremony without the Parade of Nations. But how many countries are there in the games, and is everyone included? Read on for an exclusive guide to the roster of Olympic Nations….
Who are the countries that are in the Olympics?
The five continental associations representing the world’s Olympic Nations. Gold: Pan-American Sports Organization; Green: European Olympic Committees; Black: Olympic Council of Asia; Red: Oceania National Olympic Committees; Blue: Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa; Gray: non-member country or territory.