Winter Olympics is a huge sporting event held once after four years for sports showing skills on snow and ice on an international level. The first Winter Olympic starts in France in 1924. The modern Olympic games are stimulated from the ancient Olympic Games, which are named as Olympia, from the birthplace of Alexander the Great, Greece.

The Winter Olympic sports started in 1924 and delayed due to world war II and so then restarted in 1948. In 1986, the Winter Olympic had been separated from the Summer Olympics. Accordingly, this reason both never be done in the same year.

The Winter Games have progressed since their inauguration. Sports and disciplines also have been added and on and off.

Host countries of The Winter Olympics

  • United States (in 1932, 1960, 1980 and 2002)
  • France (in 1924, 1968 and 1992)
  • Austria (1964, 1976)
  • Canada (1988, 2010)
  • Japan (1972, 1998)
  • Italy (1956, 2006)
  • Norway (1952, 1994),
  • Switzerland (1928, 1948)
  • Germany (1936)
  • Yugoslavia (1984)
  • Russia (2014)
  • South Korea (2018)
  • Beijing, China, to host the 2022 Winter Olympics

However, the host of the 2026 Winter Olympic will be selected on June 23rd, 2019.

Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, Russia - 22 Feb 2014

Coming up next Winter Olympics

Furthermore, in the 2022 winter Olympics host city was selected on the 31st of July 128th IOC session in Beijing, People’s Republic of China, Kuala Lumpur. Beijing will be the first city to host both the summer and winter Olympics. The 2022 Winter Olympics will be held between 2022.

2014 – 2018  Winter Olympics

Although Sochi, Russia, was chosen as the hosting city for the 2014 Winter Olympics, which is based on Salesber, Austria and Pyeongchang, South Korea. It was the first time Russia had hosted the Olympics in the winter. So when this game took place from 7 to 23 February 2014.  As a result of the 98 events participating in 98 events, 2,800 players recorded. The Olympic village and the Olympic Stadium were located on the Black Sea coast. Furthermore, all the mountains of the hills were 50 kilometers (31 miles) away, which was Crosia Palana in the area of Alpine. In short, this game was expensive just £ 30 million.

2002 – 2010 Winter Olympics

Olympic flame during the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Games in Salt Lake City

The 2002 Winter Olympics were held in Salt Lake City, United States, hosting 77 nations and 2,399 athletes in 78 events in 7 sports. These Games were the first to take place since the September 11 attacks of 2001, which meant a higher degree of security to avoid a terrorist attack. However, the opening ceremony saw signs of the aftermath of the events of that day, including the flag that flew at Ground Zero, NYPD officer Daniel Rodríguez singing “God Bless America”, and honor guards of NYPD and FDNY members.

1984 – 1998 Winter Olympics

Sweden, Sapporo, Japan, and Gothenburg, Sweden, came forward to host the 1984 Olympic Games. That’s why it was amazing when Sergio, Yugoslavia was chosen as host. The game was influenced by the war-fighting eight years later and was not affected. Finally in 49 incidents, overall 49% and 1,272 players participated.

Host country Yugoslavia won the Olympic medal when Alpine’s scorer Jorge Franco won the silver in a big slalom. Another sporting exhibition was the performance of free torque of Brittail Ice Dancer J. Torvaluel and Christopher Danny; His Bolero routine got a full score for artistic impression, earned the gold medal.

 1964 – 1980 Winter Olympics

In the 1980s, “Miracle”

The Austriarchic City Ensquak hosted in 1964. Though Anbar was a traditional winter sports resort, the hot weather made ice play during the snow and the Austrian army was entered into snow and ice at sports venues.  Soviet Speed Skater Lydia Scullova made the history of winning four-speed skating events. Her career’s gold medal set winter Olympic players for a record. Laj first was first competed in 1964, but the game was badly published when a Mr. was killed in an Olympic training race.

1948 – 1960 Winter Olympics

St. Morte was selected to host the first sport’s fighters. Switzerland’s neutrality protected the city during World War II, and most of the places were from 1928 games, which made a logical choice for St. Morte. Winter became the first city to host the Olympic. Twenty countries competed in Switzerland, but players were not invited from Germany and Japan.

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