Where was Olympic Games of 1924?
Who won the 1924 Winter Olympics?
The inaugural Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France, from 25 January to 4 February 1924. A total of 258 athletes from 16 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) competed in 16 events across 9 disciplines.
|Gold||Clas Thunberg Finland|
|Silver||Roald Larsen Norway|
|Bronze||Sigurd Moen Norway|
What historical events happened in 1924?
February 16–February 26 – Dock strikes break out in various U.S. harbors. February 22 – Calvin Coolidge becomes the first President of the United States to deliver a radio broadcast from the White House. March 8 – The Castle Gate mine disaster kills 172 coal miners in Utah, United States.
When did France host Olympics?
France have hosted the Olympic Games twice, 1900 and 1924, both being held in the capital city Paris. Paris will be the host city in 2024.
Did France host the Olympics?
France has hosted the Games on five occasions and is planning to host the sixth.
|Games||1924 Winter Olympics|
|Dates||25 January – 4 February|
In which year was the Indian Olympic Association established a 1944 B 1957 C 1947 D 1968?
This gave impetus to the development and institutionalization of sports in India, and, in 1927, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) was formed, with Sir Dorabji Tata as its founding President and Dr. A.G. Noehren as Secretary.
Who had the Honour of being first member of IOC in 1924?
Nita Ambani was the first member of international olympic committee from India.