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Àwọn Ìdíje Òlímpíkì Ìgbà Otútù

(Àtúnjúwe láti Winter Olympic Games)

Àwọn Ìdíje Òlímpíkì Ìgbà Otútù ni awon idije orisirisi ere-idaraya to waye ni odoodun merin. O koko waye ni 1924 ni Fransi

Àwọn Ìdíje Òlímpíkì Ìgbà Otútù
Winter Olympic Games
four pillars with flame at their tops surrounding a single fifth pillar in the middle, also with flame at the top. The background is sky with mountain.
The Olympic flame in Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Olympics
Games
1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1940 • 1944 • 1948
1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976
1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 • 1994 • 1998 • 2002
 2006 • 2010 • 2014 • 2018 • 2022
Sports (details)
Alpine skiing • Biathlon • Bobsled
Cross‑country skiing • Curling • Figure skating
Freestyle skiing • Ice hockey • Luge
Nordic combined • Short track speed skating
Skeleton • Ski jumping • Snowboarding
Speed skating

Àtòjọ àwọn ÌdíjeÀtúnṣe

Ìdíje Ọdún Agbàlejò Dates Nations Competitors Sports Events Ref
Total Men Women
I 1924   Chamonix, France 25 January – 5 February 16 258 247 11 6 16 [1]
II 1928   St. Moritz, Switzerland 11–19 February 25 464 438 26 6 14 [2]
III 1932   Lake Placid, United States 4–15 February 17 252 231 21 5 14 [3]
IV 1936   Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany 6–16 February 28 646 566 80 6 17 [4]
1940 Originally awarded to Sapporo, Japan, cancelled because of World War II.[5]
1944 Originally awarded to Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, cancelled because of World War II.[6]
V 1948   St. Moritz, Switzerland 30 January – 8 February 28 669 592 77 4 22 [7]
VI 1952   Oslo, Norway 14–25 February 30 694 585 109 4 22 [8]
VII 1956   Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy 26 January – 5 February 32 821 687 134 4 24 [9]
VIII 1960   Squaw Valley, United States 18–28 February 30 665 521 144 4 27 [10]
IX 1964   Innsbruck, Austria 29 January – 9 February 36 1091 892 199 6 34 [11]
X 1968   Grenoble, France 6–18 February 37 1158 947 211 6 35 [12]
XI 1972   Sapporo, Japan 3–13 February 35 1006 801 205 6 35 [13]
XII 1976   Innsbruck, Austria 4–15 February 37 1123 892 231 6 37 [14]
XIII 1980   Lake Placid, United States 13–24 February 37 1072 840 232 6 38 [15]
XIV 1984   Sarajevo, Yugoslavia 8–19 February 49 1272 998 274 6 39 [16]
XV 1988   Calgary, Canada 13–28 February 57 1423 1122 301 6 46 [17]
XVI 1992   Albertville, France 8–23 February 64 1801 1313 488 7 57 [18]
XVII 1994   Lillehammer, Norway 12–27 February 67 1737 1215 522 6 61 [19]
XVIII 1998   Nagano, Japan 7–22 February 72 2176 1389 787 7 68 [20]
XIX 2002   Salt Lake City, United States 8–24 February 77 2399 1513 886 7 78 [21]
XX 2006   Turin, Italy 10–26 February 80 2508 1548 960 7 84 [22]
XXI 2010   Vancouver, Canada 12–28 February 82 2629 7 86 [23]
XXII 2014   Sochi, Russia 7–23 February future event [24]
XXIII 2018 TBD (2011) 9–25 February future event [25]
XXIV 2022 TBD (2015) TBD future event

Note: Unlike the Summer Olympics, the cancelled 1940 Winter Olympics and 1944 Winter Olympics are not included in the official Roman numeral counts for the Winter Games. While the official titles of the Summer Games actually count Olympiads (which occur even if the Games do not), the official titles of the Winter Games only count the Games themselves.


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  23. "Vancouver Olympics – Athletes". The Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Archived from the original on 2010-12-25. Retrieved 2010-02-24. 
  24. "Sochi 2014". Organizing Committee of the XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic Winter Games of 2014 in Sochi. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
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