Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Brunei will have women competing in the Olympics for the first time in history. BIG WIN!

Olympic first as Saudi Arabia names two women in London 2012 team - CNN.com

Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Brunei will have women competing in the Olympics for the first time in history. BIG WIN!

yay women!

yay women!

This article portrays the gradual inclusion of women in the olympics. The London 2012 summer olympics was "the first time all sports [were] open to women and all national teams [included] female athletes—Brunei, Qatar and Saudi Arabia had never sent women before."  From an article featured in The Economist magazine on August 4, 2012

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This article portrays the gradual inclusion of women in the olympics. The London 2012 summer olympics was "the first time all sports [were] open to women and all national teams [included] female athletes—Brunei, Qatar and Saudi Arabia had never sent women before." From an article featured in The Economist magazine on August 4, 2012

One of the many records broken during the 2012 Olympic Summer Games was the number of female athletes participating from the conservative Islamic nations of Qatar, Brunei and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia only allowed the women to compete after the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, threatened to bar the whole team unless women were included. The controversy over the Saudi athletes is just one of the many ways in which women athletes and gender issues have come into focus during this…

One of the many records broken during the 2012 Olympic Summer Games was the number of female athletes participating from the conservative Islamic nations of Qatar, Brunei and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia only allowed the women to compete after the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, threatened to bar the whole team unless women were included. The controversy over the Saudi athletes is just one of the many ways in which women athletes and gender issues have come into focus during this…

London 2012: was this the women's Olympics? (G) Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei's only female competitor (in a team of three) finished outside the official qualifying time for the women's 400m, but received special dispensation to compete.   Saudi Arabia has put forward two women to compete: 16-year-old Wojdan Shaherkani in the judo and 19-year-old Sarah Attar in the women's 800 metres. One third of the Qatar 12-strong team are women, competing in shooting, athletics, swimming and table tennis.

London 2012: was this the women’s Olympics?

London 2012: was this the women's Olympics? (G) Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei's only female competitor (in a team of three) finished outside the official qualifying time for the women's 400m, but received special dispensation to compete. Saudi Arabia has put forward two women to compete: 16-year-old Wojdan Shaherkani in the judo and 19-year-old Sarah Attar in the women's 800 metres. One third of the Qatar 12-strong team are women, competing in shooting, athletics, swimming and table tennis.

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For the first time in Olympic history all participating teams will have female athletes - Saudi Arabia had 2 female athletes, Qatar had 4 and Brunei had 1

For the first time in Olympic history all participating teams will have female athletes - Saudi Arabia had 2 female athletes, Qatar had 4 and Brunei had 1

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Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei have been the only three countries yet to send women athletes to the Olympics  Saudi women hold up their national flag as they watch a sports event in the southern Yemeni city of Aden. Two female athletes from Saudi Arabia will compete at the London Games this summer in a historic first for the country, the International Olympic Committee said © Karim Sahib - AFP/File

Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei have been the only three countries yet to send women athletes to the Olympics Saudi women hold up their national flag as they watch a sports event in the southern Yemeni city of Aden. Two female athletes from Saudi Arabia will compete at the London Games this summer in a historic first for the country, the International Olympic Committee said © Karim Sahib - AFP/File

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