Olympic Games Essay | The Difference between Modern and Ancient Olympics

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The Difference between Modern and Ancient Olympics

Summary: This a comparative analysis of modern and ancient Olympics. Differences include the fact that in the ancient Olympics, participation was limited to men born in Greece, whereas today, women compete and the Olympics are a global event.

The Ancient Olympics held a great celebration for the men of Greece and now in the Modern Olympics it is a celebration for the world. Today both men and women are allowed to compete in most sports. In modern Olympics there are dozens more events to compete in. In the Ancient Olympics only people from Greece could compete but now people from all over the world compete. The Olympics have always brought people together.

Back in the Ancient Olympics only men who were born in Greece could participate in the events. Women were only allowed to compete in the Equestrian games and only if they owned a chariot team or an individual horse. The only other time that women could compete was in the Spartan Games. Today men and women both compete in almost any event they choose. Many women are winning many...

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