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1906 Summer Olympics

International multi-sport event celebrated in Athens (Greece) in 1906
People entering the Olympic Stadium in Athens, 1906

The 1906 Summer Olympics, also called the 1906 Intercalated Games, were held in Athens, Greece.[1]

These games are not awarded the title of Olympiad because they were held between the III and IV Olympiads. Medals were given to the participants during these games, but the medals are not officially recognised by the International Olympic Committee.

Participating nationsEdit

Athletes from 20 nations took part in the St. Louis games.

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Countries at the 1906 Olympics
  1. Sports (SR/Olympics), "1906 Athina Summer Games"; retrieved 2012-8-14.
  2. The Grand Duchy of Finland was part of the Russian Empire at the time, but was treated as a separate nation.
  3. At the 1908 Olympics, the name "Turkey" was used to refer to the Ottoman Empire.

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