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Women's athletics and gymnastics debuted at the 1928 Olympics. In 2012, women's boxing was introduced, resulting in no remaining sports that do not include events for women.Equality in the available sports is one thing, but in many countries women do not have equal rights to participate in sports and the opportunity to participate in the Olympic Games.There is undoubtedly more sports than are listed here, there are many regional sports, modified rules and new sports being developed every day (see new sports).The core of this list is the 200 recognized sports with national or international federations.
The only way women were able to take part was to enter horses in the equestrian events.
Now every national Olympic committee has sent women to the Olympic Games, a small step.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 11th Golf First round of men’s competition with Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power Rowing Lightweight double sculls women’s semi-final - Sinead Jennings/Claire Lambe and Lightweight double sculls men’s semi-final - Paul/Gary O’Donovan Badminton, women’s singles Group P, Chloe Magee v Yihan Wang (China) Rowing women’s single sculls semi-finals which could include Sanita Puspure Equestrian individual dressage which will include Judy Reynolds Hockey Ireland v Canada Boxing 69kg last-16 which could include Steven Donnelly -, - Boxing 81kg last-16 which could include Joe Ward FRIDAY, AUGUST 12th Golf second round of men’s competition with Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power Rowing Lightweight double sculls women’s final - Sinead Jennings/Claire Lambe and Lightweight double sculls men’s final - Paul/Gary O’Donovan Equestrian individual dressage which will include Judy Reynolds Athletics 800 metres heats which will include Mark English Badminton, men’s singles Group K, Scott Evans v Marc Zwiebler (Germany) Athletics 10,000 metres final which will include Fionnualla Mc Cormack Athletics 20k walk which will include Alex Wright and Rob Heffernan Sailing Ryan Seaton/Matt Mc Govern (49er) and Andrea Brewster/Saskia Tidey (49er FX) start campaigns Sailing Men’s Laser race 7&8 including Finn Lynch and women’s laser radial race 7&8 including Analise Murphy Hockey Ireland v Argentina Athletics: Women’s 1500m heats which will include Ciara Mageen Badminton, women’s singles Group P, Chloe Magee v Karin Schnaase (Germany) SATURDAY, AUGUST 13th Golf third round of men’s competition with Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power Athletics: 3,000m steeplechase heats which will include Kerry O’Flaherty, Sara Treacy and Michelle Finn Cycling Women’s Kierin, will include Shannon Mc Curley Boxing 52kg preliminaries, Brendan Irvine v Shakhobiddin Zoirov (Uzbekistan) Sailing men’s 49er race 4-6 Ryan Seaton/Matt Mc Govern Sailing women’s 49er FX race 4-6 Andrea Brewster/Saskia Tidey Badminton, men’s singles Group K, Scott Evans v Ygor Oliviera (Brazil) Athletics 800 metres semi-finals which could include Mark English SUNDAY, AUGUST 14th Final round of men’s competition with Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power Badminton Men’s individual starts, will include Scott Evans, Women’s individual starts, will include Chloe Magee Rowing Women’s single sculls final whicyh could include Sanita Puspure Hockey men’s quarter-finals which could include Ireland Equestrian jumping individual qualifier which will include Greg Broderick Gymnastics men’s apparatus finals could include Kieran Behan Gymnastics women’s apparatus finals could include Ellis O’Reilly Boxing 49kg final which could include Paddy Barnes.
“It was a fun tournament because I’d never been in an environment like that.” His YOG victory came off the back of title-winning performances at the 2013 Junior World Championship and 2014 Youth World Championship.
He qualified for Rio 2016 - his biggest tournament to date - back in March with a semi-final win over Venezuela’s Jose Vicente Diaz Azocar at the American Olympic Qualification Tournament in Buenos Aires, Argentina.In addition to individual sports, the list includes some names of sport groups, styles and codes.