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The 1980 U.S. Olympic Boycott
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The Summer Olympics boycott was one part of a number of actions initiated by the United States to protest the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. The Soviet Union, which hosted the Summer Olympics, and other countries would later boycott the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. Summer Olympics boycott - Liberty Bell Classic - Head of mission. President Jimmy Carter informs a group of U.S. athletes that, in response to the December Soviet incursion into Afghanistan, the United States will boycott the Olympics in Moscow. The Olympic Boycott, In , the United States led a boycott of the Summer Olympic Games in Moscow to protest the late Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. In total, 65 nations refused to participate in the games, whereas 80 countries sent athletes to compete.
27 Jun - 2 min - Uploaded by NBC News The Olympics didn't go as planned in when dozens of Who boycotted the Salt. 12 Apr On April 12, , the US Olympic Committee voted to boycott the Moscow Olympics following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. 9 Feb The boycott had been ordered by President Jimmy Carter in American struggle to initiate a boycott of the Summer Olympics, the Ali trip.
21 Mar On this day in , President Jimmy Carter informed some U.S. athletes and coaches that the United States would boycott the 21 Dec Countries learned from the U.S. boycott of the Olympics in Moscow, any short-term approval for withdrawal from South Korea's Winter. On March 21st , Jimmy Carter met with over one hundred of the US Olympic athletes, and explained to them why he was boycotting the Olympics that year. 7 Aug Badge of honor – The Moscow Olympics will be remembered as . The U.S. boycotted the Olympic Games in Moscow; President. 19 Jul The boycott of the Moscow Games, set in motion by Carter in Eventually some 55 countries joined in the United States boycott of.