What year were the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer Norway?

Who won the 1994 Winter Olympics?

Johann Olav Koss won three speed skating golds for Norway, while 13-year-old Kim Yun-mi from South Korea became the youngest-ever Olympic gold medalist.

1994 Winter Olympics.

Emblem of the 1994 Winter Olympics
Host city Lillehammer, Norway
Athletes 1,737 (1,215 men, 522 women)
Events 61 in 6 sports (12 disciplines)
Opening 12 February

Why was there a 1992 and 1994 Winter Olympics?

The Winter and Summer Olympic Games were held in the same years until 1992, after a 1986 decision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to place the Summer and Winter Games on separate four-year cycles in alternating even-numbered years. Because of the change, the next Winter Olympics after 1992 were in 1994.

Where was the 1952 Winter Olympics held?

Who won the Winter Olympics 1988?

As in the 1984 Winter Olympics, 17 NOCs won at least one medal and 11 of them secured at least one gold medal.

1988 Winter Olympics medal table.

1988 Winter Olympics medals
Location Calgary, Canada
Most gold medals Soviet Union (11)
Most total medals Soviet Union (29)

What country won the most medals in 1994 Olympics?

Athletes from host Norway, with speedskater Johan Olav Koss breaking three Olympic records, won a games-high 26 medals. Individually, the biggest winner was Italy’s Manuela Di Centa, who won five medals in cross-country skiing.

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Country 10
Gold 11
Silver 5
Bronze 26

Was there an Olympics in 1996?

The 1996 Games were given a dramatic and emotional start when the cauldron was lit by sporting legend Muhammad Ali. Next to the site of the main competition venues was an open area known as the Centennial Olympic Park.