How to Compete in the Olympics?


It starts with competing on a local level and building yourself to a national competition. It is very difficult and takes a great deal of training and concentration.
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Athletes from sovereign nations, colonies and dependencies may participate in the Olympics. Requirements for each event are usually set by independent international governing bodies.
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1. Go for the gold. Go to the NSGA website and click on "State Games" in the left sidebar menu. Choose either "Summer Games" or "Winter Games" then click
Only men would compete in compintions such as the Olympics and they were also the only ones allowed to watch.the believe that women were only worthy of staing home cleaning or looking
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