What years was the Olympics canceled?

Which four years have seen the Olympics Cancelled?

Olympic Games that were scheduled but cancelled, in all cases due to World War I (1916) or World War II (1940 and 1944).

When were the Olympic Games Cancelled altogether?

World War I and World War II forced the Olympics to be canceled altogether, so there were no 1916, 1940 or 1944 Games. The separate Winter Olympics didn’t exist at the time of World War I, but World War II forced two of them to be called off.

Was there a 1944 Olympics?

The 1944 Summer Olympics, which were to be officially known as the Games of the XIII Olympiad, were cancelled because of World War II.

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Was there a 1940 or 1944 Olympics?

The 1940 Tokyo Summer Olympics are sometimes referred to as the “Phantom Olympics” in Japan. … Along with the 1916 and 1944 Olympiads, the 1940 games are one of only three canceled Olympiads, all due to war.

How many times has the Olympics been Cancelled?

The Olympic Games have only been cancelled three times in the past (or 5 times if you count the Winter Olympics separately), and postponed once (in 2020). All the cancellations were as a result of world wars.

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How old was the youngest Olympian?

The youngest winner of any medal was Dimitrios Loundras of Greece, who at age 10 in 1896 won a bronze medal in team gymnastics.

Who won the 1948 Olympics?

The most individual medals were won by Veikko Huhtanen of Finland, who took three golds, a silver and a bronze in men’s gymnastics.

1948 Summer Olympics.

Host city London, United Kingdom
Events 136 in 17 sports (23 disciplines)
Opening 29 July
Closing 14 August
Opened by King George VI