Which Olympic Games had the largest attendance?
A total of 8.3 million tickets were sold for the 1996 Games held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA – often referred to as the “Centennial Olympics”.
How many people attended Olympics 2014?
The 2014 Games achieved a record broadcast audience of 2.1 billion people worldwide.
2014 Winter Olympics.
|Host city||Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia|
|Events||98 in 7 sports (15 disciplines)|
How many people watched the Olympics in 2019?
Topline. Around 17 million Americans tuned into the opening ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics on Friday, according to NBC, a steep dropoff from previous Olympic Games openers, as live TV programs face an across-the-board dip in viewership this year.
How many nations participated in the first modern Olympics?
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was formed, and the first Games were planned for 1896 in Athens, the capital of Greece. In Athens, 280 participants from 13 nations competed in 43 events, covering track-and-field, swimming, gymnastics, cycling, wrestling, weightlifting, fencing, shooting, and tennis.
How many times has America hosted Olympics?
The United States has hosted the Summer Olympic Games four times: the 1904 Games were held in St. Louis, Missouri; the 1932 and 1984 Games were both held in Los Angeles, California, and the 1996 Games were held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Where was the 2018 Olympics held?
Where are the 2016 Summer Olympics?
Who won the 2010 Olympics?
Athletes from Slovakia and Belarus won the first Winter Olympic gold medals for their nations. Cross-country skier Marit Bjørgen from Norway won five medals (three gold, one silver, one bronze), more than any other athlete.
|Nation||Totals (26 nations)|