Your question: What Italian city was the 2006 Winter Olympics held?

Where was the 2006 Winter Olympics held?

Which was the largest city to ever host the Winter Olympics?

With a population of more than 900,000, Turin became the largest city ever to host the Olympic Winter Games. A record 2,508 athletes from 80 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) competed, and 26 NOCs took home medals—another record.

Where was the Winter Olympics 2002?

What was the site of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games?

What mountain was used for the 2006 Winter Olympics?


Venue Sports Capacity
San Sicario Fraiteve Alpine skiing (women’s combined (downhill), downhill, super-G) 6,160
Sauze d’Oulx-Jouvencaux Freestyle skiing 7,900
Sestriere Borgata Alpine skiing (men’s combined (downhill), downhill, super-G) 6,800
Sestriere Colle Alpine skiing (combined (slalom), giant slalom, slalom) 7,900

Where was the 2004 Winter Olympics held?

2002 Winter Olympics

Emblem of the 2002 Winter Olympics
Host city Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Cauldron Members of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team, led by team captain Mike Eruzione
Stadium Rice–Eccles Stadium
Winter Turin 2006 → Summer Athens 2004 → 2002 Winter Paralympics

What happened at the 2006 Olympics?

This marked the second time Italy had hosted the Winter Olympics, the first being in 1956 in Cortina d’Ampezzo; Italy had also hosted the Summer Olympics in 1960 in Rome.

2006 Winter Olympics.

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Emblem of the 2006 Winter Olympics
Host city Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Events 84 in 7 sports (15 disciplines)
Opening 10 February
Closing 26 February