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The first modern Olympic Games happened in 1898 in Athens, Greece, not like in OTL in 1896. The whole sport timeline of our world changed.
Host nations and cities
This table is a hard table, but breakable. Be careful, my recommendation is to talk about changes on the talk page before you make a great change, thank you. Also, the Timeline page is very welcome for changes and new ideas. Fero 03:13, April 20, 2011 (UTC)
Others Multi-sport events:
Associations: Commonwealth Games • Inter-Allied Games • Island Games • Jeux de la Francophonie • Lusophony Games • Pan-Arab Games Communities: Islamic Solidarity Games • Gay Games • Maccabiah Games • Pan-Armenian Games • Women's Islamic Games • World Outgames Disabled sport: Deaflympics • Défi sportif • Extremity Games • Special Olympics • IWAS World Games Professions: Military World Games • World Police and Fire Games Youth and students: Australian Youth Olympic Festival • Commonwealth Youth Games • CPLP Games • European Youth Olympic Festival • Gymnasiade • SELL Student Games • Universiade • World Interuniversity Games • Youth Olympic Games Other sport: World Mind Sports Games • X Games Olympic alternatives: Friendship Games • Games of the New Emerging Forces • Goodwill Games • Olympic Boycott Games • People's Olympiad
Africa: All-Africa Games • Central African Games Americas: Bolivarian Games • CANUSA Games • Central American and Caribbean Games • Central American Games • North American Indigenous Games • Pan American Games • Parapan American Games • South American Games Asia: ASEAN ParaGames • Asian Beach Games • Asian Games • Asian Indoor Games • Asian Indoor-Martial Arts Games • Asian Martial Arts Games • Asian Para Games • Asian Youth Games • Children of Asia International Sports Games • East Asian Games • Central Asian Games • Southeast Asian Games • South Asian Games • West Asian Games Europe Balkan Games • Black Sea Games • EuroGames • European Youth Olympic Festival • Games of the Small States of Europe Inter-continental: Afro-Asian Games • Arafura Games • Arctic Winter Games • FESPIC Games • Indian Ocean Island Games • Mediterranean Games • Nordic Games • Pan Arab Games