The 1912 Stockholm Olympic Games was the first Olympics attended by athletes representing all five continents.
2,407 (2359 men, 48 women) competitors from 22 nations participated in 14 sports and 102 events over nearly 3 months. United States won 25 gold medals only one more than the host nation Sweden.
The Games were a stand-alone event and shortened to run over two months.It was the first truly international Olympics, attended by athletes representing all five continents.
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