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XXIII Winter Games

Time:2018

Place:Pyeongchang

Countries&Regions:TBA

Events:102

Athletes:TBA

XXII Winter Games

Time: 2014

Place:Sochi

Countries&Regions:87

Events:98

Athletes:2873

XXI Winter Games

Time: 2010

Place:Vancouver

Countries&Regions:82

Events:86

Athletes:2566

XX Winter Games

Time: 2006

Place:Turin

Countries&Regions:80

Events:84

Athletes:2508

XIX Winter Games

Time: 2002

Place:Salt Lake City

Countries&Regions:77

Events:78

Athletes:2399

XVIII Winter Games

Time: 1998

Place:Nagano

Countries&Regions:72

Events:68

Athletes:2176

XVII Winter Games

Time: 1994

Place:Lillehammer

Countries&Regions:67

Events:61

Athletes:1737

XVI Winter Games

Time: 1992

Place:Albertville

Countries&Regions:64

Events:57

Athletes:1801

XV Winter Games

Time:1988

Place:Calgary

Countries&Regions:57

Events:46

Athletes:1423

XIV Winter Games

Time:1984

Place:Sarajevo

Countries&Regions:49

Events:39

Athletes:1272

XIII Winter Games

Time:1980

Place:Lake Placid

Countries&Regions:37

Events:38

Athletes:1072

XII Winter Games

Time:1976

Place:Innsbruck

Countries&Regions:37

Events:37

Athletes:1123

XI Winter Games

Time:1972

Place:Sapporo

Countries&Regions:35

Events:35

Athletes:1006

X Winter Games

Time:1968

Place:Grenoble

Countries&Regions:37

Events:35

Athletes:1158

IX Winter Games

Time:1964

Place:Innsbruck

Countries&Regions:36

Events:34

Athletes:1091

VIII Winter Games

Time:1960

Place:Squaw Valley

Countries&Regions:30

Events:27

Athletes:665

VII Winter Games

Time:1956

Place:Cortina d'Ampezzo

Countries&Regions:32

Events:24

Athletes:821

VI Winter Games

Time:1952

Place:Oslo

Countries&Regions:30

Events:22

Athletes:694

V Winter Games

Time:1948

Place:St. Moritz

Countries&Regions:28

Events:22

Athletes:669

IV Winter Games

Time:1936

Place:Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Countries&Regions:28

Events:17

Athletes:646

III Winter Games

Time:1932

Place:Lake Placid

Countries&Regions:17

Events:14

Athletes:252

II Winter Games

Time:1928

Place:St. Moritz

Countries&Regions:25

Events:14

Athletes:464

I Winter Games

Time:1924

Place:Chamonix

Countries&Regions:16

Events:16

Athletes:258

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Sports

Figure Skating Luge Ice Hockey Curling Nordic Combined Bobsleigh Biathlon Snowboard Cross Country Skiing Alpine Skiing Freestyle Skiing Skeleton Ski Jumping Short Track Speed Skating Speed Skating

Figure Skating

Figure skating has developed from a practical way to get around on ice into the elegant mix of art and sport.

Men

Individual

Women

Individual

Mixed Events

Pairs Mixed;Ice Dancing;Noc Team

Site: Capital Indoor Stadium

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Luge

雪橇起源于北欧,据记载,早在1480年挪威就已出现雪橇。1883年瑞士在达沃斯举行了世界上第一次雪橇比赛,1964年雪橇在第九届冬季奥运会中被列为正式比赛项目。

Men

Singles Men

Women

Singles Women

Mixed Events

Doubles;Mixed Team Relay

Site:National Sliding Centre

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Ice Hockey

Ice hockey is a fast, fluid and exciting team sport. It draws big crowds at the Olympic Winter Games thanks to the drama and tension of the matches.

Men

Ice Hockey

Women

Ice Hockey

Site:Wukesong Sports Centre

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Curling

Starting from the Nagano 1998 Olympic Winter Games, curling was adopted as an official sport, with two curling events – men’s and women’s curling.

Men

Curling Men

Women

Curling Women

Mixed Events

Mixed Doubles

Site: National Aquatics Centre

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Nordic Combined

This sport, which has a long Olympic history, combines ski jumping and cross-country skiing.

Men

Individual , Ski Jumping K90 (70M) Men;Sprint K120 Men;Team/4X5 KM Men

Site: Nordic Centre Ski Jumping Venue

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Bobsleigh

Bobsleigh is a winter sport invented by the Swiss in the late 1860s in which teams make timed runs down narrow, twisting, banked, iced tracks in a gravity-powered sled.

Men

Two-Men;Four-Men

Women

Two-women

Site:National Sliding Centre

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Biathlon

Biathlon combines the power and aggression of cross-country skiing with the precision and calm of marksmanship. The word "biathlon" stems from the Greek word for two contests.

Men

10km,20km , 15km Mass Start;4x7.5km Relay ,12.5km Pursuit

Women

7.5km,15km,12.5km Mass Start;4x6km Relay,10km Pursuit

Mixed Events

Mixed Relay

Site: Biathlon Centre

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Snowboard

Snowboard is a sport that uses a board attached to rider's feet to speed down a slope. Snowboard was first developed as a sport in the United States in the 1960s.

Men

Giant Parallel Slalom;Slopestyle , Half-Pipe;Snowboard Cross , Parallel Slalom

Women

Giant Parallel Slalom;Slopestyle , Half-Pipe;Snowboard Cross , Parallel Slalom

Site: Genting Snow Park A & B

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Cross Country Skiing

Cross country skiing is the oldest type of skiing. It emerged from a need to travel over snow-covered terrain and developed as a sport at the end of the 19th century.

Men

15KM , 50KM;Relay 4×10KM , Skiathlon 15KM + 15KM;Sprint 15KM ,Team Sprint

Women

10KM,30KM;Relay 4×5KM,Skiathlon 7.5KM + 7.5KM;Sprint 15KM,Team Sprint

Site: Nordic Centre Cross Country Venue

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Alpine Skiing

The birth of modern downhill skiing dates back to the 1850s.

Men

Alpine Combined;Downhill ,Slalom;Giant Slalom ,Super Combined ,Super-G

Women

Alpine Combined;Downhill ,Slalom;Giant Slalom ,Super Combined ,Super-G

Mixed Events

Parallel Mixed Team Event

Site: National Alpine Ski Centre

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Freestyle Skiing

Freestyle skiing combines speed, showmanship and the ability to perform aerial manoeuvres whilst skiing. It debuted as a demonstration sport at the 1988 Calgary Games.

Men

Aerials ,Halfpipe,Moguls ,Ski Cross ,Slopestyle

Women

Aerials ,Halfpipe,Moguls ,Ski Cross ,Slopestyle

Site: Genting Snow Park A & B

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Skeleton

The Skeleton is a toboggan that came from the use of sleds to transport freight in winter by the North American Indians. After the first practice of the sport in St. Moritz in 1884, it became a sports event.

Men

Individual

Women

Individual

Site: National Sliding Centre

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Ski Jumping

Ski jumping is a form of Nordic skiing where the skier glides down a (35°~37°) ramp at 90Km/h to jump and fly as far as they can go from the launching zone to make a stable landing in the landing section.

Men

K120 Individual (90M),K90 Individual (70M),K120 Team(90M)

Women

K90 Individual (70M)

Site: Nordic Centre Cross Country Venue

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Short Track Speed Skating

Short track speed skating is a skating competition that takes place on a 111.12m track in a 960x30m ice rink. As it uses a shorter track than the conventional 400m track, it is often called short track.

Men

Individual: 500m, 1000m, 1500m, Team: 5000m relay

Women

Individual: 500m, 1000m, 1500m,Team: 3000m relay

Site: Capital Indoor Stadium

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Speed Skating

Speed skating involves two athletes wearing skates that start simultaneously and compete speeding on a 400m ice track.

Men

500m,1000m,1500m,5000m,10000m,Team Pursuit,Mass Start.

Women

500m,1000m,1500m,3000m,5000m,Team Pursuit,Mass Start.

Site: National Speed Skating Oval (effect drawing)

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XIII Olympic Winter Games

The XIII Olympic Winter Games took place in Lake Placid, New York, United States of America, in 1980, which were the first Olympic Winter Games that the Chinese Olympic Committee (COC) participated in after being re-instated its legal status in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1979. The COC sent 28 athletes to take part in 18 events in Skating, Skiing and Biathlon. The Chinese athletes who participate in the Olympic Winter Games for the first time lagged behind and failed to make it to the top six.

XIV Olympic Winter Games

It was the second Olympic Winter Games for the Chinese delegation, which sent 37 athletes to take part in 26 events. Chinese Taipei also sent 14 athletes to join this edition of the Games. It was the first time that athletes from two sides of the strait participated in the Olympics together. In the women’s Slalom event of Alpine Skiing, Chinese skiers Jin Xuefei and Wang Guizhen came out the 19th and 20th. The Chinese team accomplished its goal of broadening its vision and training.

XV Olympic Winter Games

The XV Olympic Winter Games took place in Calgary, Canada, in 1988. China only sent a 20-people delegation to compete in 3 events that would produce 18 gold medals, namely Speed Skating, Figure Skating and Cross-country Skiing. Chinese athlete Li Yan captured gold in Women’s 1,000m Short-Track Speed Skating Performance and bronze in 500m and 1,500m.

XVI Olympic Winter Games

Chinese athletes won three silver medals, ranking the 15th in the medal table. It was also the first time that China broke its zero-medal record after 12 years of hard work since its initial participation in the Olympic Winter Games in 1980. 34 Chinese athletes took part in 34 events in Skiing, Skating and Biathlon, and finally won three silver medals, among them female skater Ye Qiaobo captured silver medals in 500m and 1,000m Speed Skating despite her injury.

XVII Olympic Winter Games

The IOC voted in 1986 to decide holding the Olympic Winter Games two years after the Games of the Olympiad. To be in line with the decision, the XVII Olympic Winter Games took place in Lillehammer, Norway, in 1994, which were two years after the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville, France, 1992. They were the only two editions of the Olympic Games to be two years apart. China sent 27 athletes, among whom 19 were female, to take part in Speed Skating, Short-track Speed Skating, Figure Skating, Biathlon and Freestyle Skiing.

XVIII Olympic Winter Games

The XVIII Olympic Winter Games took place in Nagano, Japan, in 1998. The Chinese delegation participated in 4 sports, namely Skating, Ice Hockey, Skiing and Biathlon, and 40 events, including Short-track Speeding Skating, Speeding Skating, Women’s Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Biathlon and Cross-country Skiing. The delegation achieved better results with 6 silver and 2 bronze. Although no gold medals were captured, the progress of the team was obvious to all.

XIX Olympic Winter Games

The XIX Olympic Winter Games took place in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, between 8 – 24 February 2002, with 78 events – 10 more than the previous Nagano Games, which re-included Skeleton and added Women’s Bobsleigh, making it the edition with the most events in the history of the Olympic Winter Games. Chinese Short-track Speed Skater Yang Yang became the first Chinese athlete to win a gold medal at the Olympic Winter Games. The Chinese team acquired two gold, two silver and four bronze, ranking 13th in the medal table.

XX Olympic Winter Games

At the foot of the snow-capped Alps, the Olympic Flame for the XX Olympic Winter Games slowly went out. China sent 151 people, among whom 76 are athletes, including 36 and 40 male and female athletes. Although the team dropped a place, compared to the last Games, to be ranked the 14th, the overall medal count exceeded the pervious Games by 3, with a total of 11 medals comprising 2 gold, 4 silver and 5 bronze.

XXI Olympic Winter Games

The Chinese team performed well at the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada, winning 11 medals, including 5 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze. Wang Meng captured 3 gold in women’s 500m, 1,000m Short-track Speeding Skating and Relay. She also broke the world record to become the first Chinese athletes to have won three gold medals in a single edition of the Olympic Winter Games. The Chinese team therefore won all four gold from the Women’s Short-track Speed Skating.

XXII Olympic Winter Games

The XXII Olympic Winter Games took place in Sochi, Russia, in 2014. The Chinese delegation won 3 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze. When speed skater Zhang Hong captured the gold, she shattered the 34-year-old curse on the Chinese speed-skating team. Short-track speed skaters Li Jianrou and Zhou Yang also surprised fans and put behind them the injury of Wang Meng. Furthermore, eight of the Chinese medallists were born in the 90s, demonstrating the strength of the team in the future.

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