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  1. 4 July - 17 August. Tournaments. Berlin 1936 →. Basketball appeared at the 1904 Summer Olympics in St. Louis for the first time, as a demonstration sport . There were seven different events that took place: an amateur championship, a college championship, a YMCA championship, two high school championships, and two elementary school championships.

  2. Lo sport dimostrativo è una disciplina sportiva che viene invitata a partecipare (da qui il nome in inglese invitational sport) ad una manifestazione multisportiva dal comitato organizzatore della manifestazione stessa. Ciò avviene contattando la rispettiva federazione internazionale dello sport invitato, che deve essere tra quelle ...

  3. 2016. 2020. 2024. Medalists. The 2024 Summer Olympics will introduce the sport of breaking (also called b-boying, b-girling or breakdancing) to the Summer Olympic program for the first time. [1] There will be two medal events, one each for men and women, with 16 "b-boys" and "b-girls" competing. [2] Breaking previously featured at the 2018 ...

  4. Vélo de route. Vélo de montagne.. Le cyclisme recouvre plusieurs notions concernant la bicyclette : il est d'abord une activité quotidienne pour beaucoup, un loisir pour d'autres (cyclotourisme), enfin un sport proposant des courses selon plusieurs disciplines : l'école de cyclisme, le cyclisme sur route, le cyclisme sur piste, le cyclo-cross, le vélo tout terrain (abrégé couramment VTT ...

  5. Les Wenker. Australian rules football was one of two demonstration sports at the 1956 Summer Olympics held in Melbourne . The International Olympic Committee (IOC) stipulated that each Summer Olympics host must organise both a "national" game and a sport "foreign" to the organising country as "demonstration sports".

  6. 18 September 1988. Competitors. 24 from 21 nations. Bowling at the 1988 Summer Olympics was a demonstration sport for the first, and so far only time. In all, a total 24 Ten-pin bowling bowlers, 12 male and 12 female, from 21 nations competed in the exhibition, which was held on September 18 at the Seoul's Royal Bowling Center. [1]

  7. Inducted in 2006. James Naismith ( NAY-smith; November 6, 1861 – November 28, 1939) was a Canadian-American [1] physical educator, physician, Christian chaplain, and sports coach, best known as the inventor of the game of basketball. [2] [3] After moving to the United States, he wrote the original basketball rule book and founded the ...