Where was the Sydney 2000 Olympics held?
Where were the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics held?
Athens became one of only four cities at the time to have hosted the Summer Olympic Games on two occasions (together with Paris, London and Los Angeles).
2004 Summer Olympics.
|Emblem of the 2004 Summer Olympics|
|Host city||Athens, Greece|
|Athletes||10,625 (6,296 men, 4,329 women)|
|Events||301 in 28 sports (40 disciplines)|
What Olympic venues from the 2000 Olympics are in the Penrith area?
|Penrith Whitewater Stadium||Canoeing (slalom)||12,500|
|Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre||Water polo||3,900|
|Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre||Boxing Fencing Judo Weightlifting Wrestling||7,500 (weightlifting), 9,000 (judo & wrestling), 10,000 (boxing & fencing)|
|Sydney Entertainment Centre||Volleyball||11,000|
Where did Australia finish in 2000 Olympics?
Australia won 58 medals – 16 gold, 25 silver and 17 bronze – to finish fourth on the medal table behind the United States, Russia and China.
Why was the 2000 Olympics in September?
Most Summer Olympics have been held in July and August since 1976, and organizers have had to cope with hot weather in several host cities. … The 2000 Sydney games were held in the last two weeks of September to adjust to the Southern Hemisphere weather.