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Women were first allowed to compete at the Summer Olympics in Paris, but at the Summer Olympics 35 countries were still only fielding all-male delegations.
In , Bahrain sent two women competitors for the first time: Fatema Hameed Gerashi and Mariam Mohamed Hadi Al Hilli. Both athletes were from Dubai's ruling family.
By , only three countries had never sent female athletes to the Games: Brunei , Saudi Arabia , and Qatar. Brunei had taken part in only three celebrations of the Games, sending a single athlete on each occasion, but Saudi Arabia and Qatar had been competing regularly with all-male teams.
In , the International Olympic Committee announced it would "press" these countries to enable and facilitate the participation of women for the Summer Olympics in London.
Anita DeFrantz , chair of the IOC's Women and Sports Commission, suggested that countries be barred if they prevented women from competing.
Shortly thereafter, the Qatar Olympic Committee announced that it "hoped to send up to four female athletes in shooting and fencing " to the Summer Games.
In , Ali Al-Ahmed , director of the Institute for Gulf Affairs , likewise called for Saudi Arabia to be barred from the Games, describing its ban on women athletes as a violation of the International Olympic Committee charter.
He noted: "For the last 15 years, many international nongovernmental organisations worldwide have been trying to lobby the IOC for better enforcement of its own laws banning gender discrimination.
While their efforts did result in increasing numbers of women Olympians, the IOC has been reluctant to take a strong position and threaten the discriminating countries with suspension or expulsion.
Should Saudi Arabia At the Summer Olympics, every participating nation included female athletes for the first time in Olympic history.
The only sport on the Olympic programme that features men and women competing together is the equestrian disciplines.
There is no "Women's Eventing", or 'Men's Dressage'. As of , there were still more medal events for men than women.
With the addition of women's boxing to the programme in the Summer Olympics, however, female athletes were able to compete in all the same sports as men.
Three Olympiads had to pass without a celebration of the Games because of war: the Games were cancelled because of World War I , and the summer and winter games of and were cancelled because of World War II.
The Russo-Georgian War between Georgia and Russia erupted on the opening day of the Summer Olympics in Beijing. Both President Bush and Prime Minister Putin were attending the Olympics at that time and spoke together about the conflict at a luncheon hosted by Chinese president Hu Jintao.
Terrorism most directly affected the Olympic Games in When the Summer Games were held in Munich , Germany, eleven members of the Israeli Olympic team were taken hostage by the Palestinian terrorist group Black September in what is now known as the Munich massacre.
The terrorists killed two of the athletes soon after they had taken them hostage and killed the other nine during a failed liberation attempt.
A German police officer and five terrorists also perished. Terrorism affected the last two Olympic Games held in the United States.
During the Summer Olympics in in Atlanta, Georgia , a bomb was detonated at the Centennial Olympic Park , which killed two and injured others.
The bomb was set by Eric Rudolph , an American domestic terrorist , who is currently serving a life sentence for the bombing.
The opening ceremonies of the Games featured symbols of the day's events. They included the flag that flew at Ground Zero and honour guards of NYPD and FDNY members.
The Olympic Charter requires that an athlete be a national of the country for which they compete. Dual nationals may compete for either country, as long as three years have passed since the competitor competed for the former country.
However, if the NOCs and IF involved agree, then the IOC Executive Board may reduce or cancel this period.
If an athlete gains a new or second nationality, then they do not need to wait any designated amount of time before participating for the new or second nation.
The IOC is only concerned with issues of citizenship and nationality after individual nations have granted citizenship to athletes.
Athletes will sometimes become citizens of a different nation so they are able to compete in the Olympics.
This is often because they are drawn to sponsorships or training facilities. It could also be because an athlete is unable to qualify from within their original country.
In preparation for the Winter Games in Sochi Russian Olympic Committee naturalised a Korean-born short-track speed-skater Ahn Hyun-soo and an American-born snowboarder Vic Wild.
They won a total of five golds and one bronze in Sochi. One of the most famous cases of changing nationality for the Olympics was Zola Budd , a South African runner who emigrated to the United Kingdom because there was an apartheid-era ban on the Olympics in South Africa.
Budd was eligible for British citizenship because her grandfather was born in Britain, but British citizens accused the government of expediting the citizenship process for her.
Other notable examples include Kenyan runner Bernard Lagat , who became a United States citizen in May The Kenyan constitution required that one renounce their Kenyan citizenship when they became a citizen of another nation.
Lagat competed for Kenya in the Athens Olympics even though he had already become a United States citizen. According to Kenya, he was no longer a Kenyan citizen, jeopardising his silver medal.
Lagat said he started the citizenship process in late and did not expect to become an American citizen until after the Athens games.
He was allowed to keep his medal by the IOC. Medals are awarded to the athletes or teams who place first, second, or third in each event. The winners receive gold medals, which were solid gold until , later made of gilded silver, and now gold-plated silver.
However, every gold medal must contain at least six grams of pure gold. In events contested by a single-elimination tournament most notably boxing , third place might not be determined and the losers of both semi-finals each receive a bronze medal.
At the Olympics , only the winner and runner-up of each event received medals—silver for first and bronze for second.
The current three-medal format was introduced at the Olympics. At the Summer Olympics in Athens, the gold, silver, and bronze medal winners were also presented with olive wreaths.
As of the Games in Rio de Janeiro, all of the current NOCs and 19 obsolete NOCs have participated in at least one edition of the Summer Olympics.
Competitors from Australia , France , [A] Great Britain , [B] Greece , and Switzerland [C] have competed in all 28 Summer Olympics.
Athletes competing under the Olympic flag, Mixed Teams and the Refugee Team have competed at six Summer Games. A total of NOCs of the current NOCs and nine obsolete NOCs have participated in at least one edition of the Winter Olympics.
Competitors from 14 nations Austria , Canada , Czech Republic , Finland , France , Great Britain , Hungary , Italy , Norway , Poland , Slovakia , Sweden , Switzerland , and the United States have participated in all 23 Winter Games to date.
The host city for an Olympic Games is usually chosen seven to eight years ahead of their celebration. The prospective host city applies to its country's National Olympic Committee; if more than one city from the same country submits a proposal to its NOC, the national committee typically holds an internal selection, since only one city per NOC can be presented to the International Olympic Committee for consideration.
Once the deadline for submission of proposals by the NOCs is reached, the first phase Application begins with the applicant cities asked to complete a questionnaire regarding several key criteria related to the organisation of the Olympic Games.
On the basis of this technical evaluation, the IOC Executive Board selects the applicants that will proceed to the candidature stage. Once the candidate cities are selected, they must submit to the IOC a bigger and more detailed presentation of their project as part of a candidature file.
Each city is thoroughly analysed by an evaluation commission. This commission will also visit the candidate cities, interviewing local officials and inspecting prospective venue sites, and submit a report on its findings one month prior to the IOC's final decision.
During the interview process the candidate city must also guarantee that it will be able to fund the Games. The IOC members gathered in the Session have the final vote on the host city.
Once elected, the host city bid committee together with the NOC of the respective country signs a Host City Contract with the IOC, officially becoming an Olympic host nation and host city.
By , the Olympic Games will have been hosted by 44 cities in 23 countries. The Games in Rio de Janeiro were the first Olympics for a South American country.
No bids from countries in Africa have succeeded. The United States hosted four Summer Games, more than any other nation. The British capital London holds the distinction of hosting three Olympic Games, all Summer, more than any other city.
Paris, which previously hosted in and , is due to host the Summer Games for a third time in , and Los Angeles, which previously hosted in and , is due to host the Summer Games for a third time in The other nations hosting the Summer Games at least twice are Germany, Australia, France and Greece.
The other cities hosting the Summer Games at least twice are Los Angeles, Paris and Athens. With the Summer Olympics is due to held in Tokyo, which will be the first Asian city to host the Olympics for the second time.
The United States hosted four Winter Games, more than any other nation. The other nations hosting multiple Winter Games are France with three, while Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Japan, Canada and Italy have hosted twice.
Among host cities, Lake Placid , Innsbruck and St. Moritz have played host to the Winter Olympic Games more than once, each holding that honour twice.
The most recent Winter Games were held in Pyeongchang in , South Korea 's first Winter Olympics and second Olympics overall after the Summer Olympics in Seoul.
Beijing is due to host the Winter Olympics , which will make it the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Games.
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For the upcoming games in Tokyo, Japan, see Summer Olympics. For the ancient Greek games, see Ancient Olympic Games. For other uses, see Olympic disambiguation.
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Main article: Youth Olympic Games. See also: Cost of the Olympic Games. Main article: Olympic symbols.
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