Compete in all the track and field events of the Olympics with a combination of skill, fast reflexes, and manic button mashing. In this free online game you get to prove your skills in eight different sports. Try to take the gold in javelin, weightlifting, kayak, diving, skeet, equestrian, 100m sprint, and fencing. Try to and win as many medals as you can. Choose whether to play this web game against the computer opponent or multiple friends. Have Fun!
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The controls with differ a little bit depending on the Olympics game you compete in. Click on 'Start game', choose which nation to represent and type in your nickname. After this, you will be able to see the list of the different sports. Instructions on how to play are provided before starting. With just a lick on 'Add player' in the country selection zone, you can take on your friends. In this mode, players use the same computer one at a time.
China was the host nation of the 2008 Summer Olympics. China was represented by the Chinese Olympics Committee, and the team of selected athletes were officially known as Team China. As the host country, China had a total of 639 athletes qualified for places on the national team, being the largest in its Olympics history. Chinese athletes qualified to compete in all 28 Olympics sports for the first time. Among these athletes, 469 had competed at their first Olympics. The main rights to Olympic coverage in China were held by China Central Television, and the 2008 Summer Olympics wasthe first ever Olympics to be broadcast in high definition (HDTV). Pollution was major problem with the Olympics in China 2008 as China is failing to meet its environmental targets. 16 cities in the world with the worst air pollution are located in China. During the 2008 Olympics it was a times hard to see the athletes throught all the smog. In the years to come some of these athletes where facing serious health problems from breathing the heavy polluted air.