Winter Olympic Games

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The original five Winter Olympic sports (broken into nine disciplines) were bobsleigh, curling, ice hockey, Nordic skiing (consisting of the disciplines military patrol, cross-country skiing, Nordic combined, and ski jumping), and skating (consisting of the disciplines figure skating and speed skating). The Games were held every four years from 1924 to 1936, interrupted in 1940 and 1944 by World War II, and resumed in 1948.

Winter sports

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Bobsleigh World Cup. FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. FIS Cross-Country World Cup. FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup. FIS Nordic Combined World Cup. FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. FIS Snowboard World Cup. Luge World Cup. Short Track Speed Skating World Cup. Skeleton World Cup (toboggan). Speed Skating World Cup. World Cup in Ski Orienteering. Ice Hockey World Championships. Curling World Championships. Bandy World Championships. Biathlon World Championships. Bobsleigh World Championships. FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships. FIS Nordic World Ski Championships (cross-country skiing, ski jumping, and nordic combined). FIS Snowboarding World Championships.

Olympic sports

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Skating is a winter Olympic sport represented by the International Skating Union, and includes four disciplines: figure skating, speed skating (on a traditional long track), short track speed skating, and synchronized skating (the latter is a non-Olympic discipline). The sport with the largest number of Olympic disciplines is skiing, with six: alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, nordic combined, snowboarding, and freestyle skiing.

List of professional sports families

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This is a list of all familial relations in professional sports.

List of international sports federations

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Bobsleigh and skeleton: International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF). Curling: World Curling Federation (WCF). Ice hockey: International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). Ice skating (including figure skating, speed skating, and Short-track speed skating): International Skating Union (ISU). Luge: Fédération Internationale de Luge de Course (FIL). Skiing (including Alpine, Nordic combined, cross-country, freestyle, ski jumping, and snowboarding): Fédération Internationale de Ski (FIS). Air sports (including aerobatics, air racing, ballooning, gliding, hang gliding, and parachuting/skydiving): Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI).

1952 Winter Olympics

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After the flag ceremony the Olympic flame was extinguished, a special speed skating race was held, and the figure skating competitors gave an exhibition, followed by 40 children dressed in national costumes performing an ice dance. For a finale, to the close the Games, the lights were extinguished and a 20-minute fireworks display lit up the night sky. With a seating capacity of 29,000, Bislett Stadium became the centrepiece of the Games. It was the venue for the speed skating events and the figure skating competition. Bislett was large enough for a 400 m speed skating track, and a figure skating ice-rink of 30 by; a snow bank separated the track and the rink.

1960 Winter Olympics

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During the Games, CBS broadcast 15 and a quarter hours of television focusing on ice hockey, speed skating, figure skating, alpine skiing and ski jumping. The impact of television was felt during the Games; in the men's slalom event, officials who were unsure if a skier had missed a gate asked CBS if they could review tape of the event. This request gave CBS the idea for what is now known as instant replay. Athletic competition between the Soviet Union and United States had grown intense during the 1950s. Their opposing ideologies and interests in nations such as East and West Germany, China and North and South Korea created a delicate situation as the 1960 Winter Games approached.

1998 Winter Olympics

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Tickets sold for alpine skiing totaled 166,092; for ski jumping, 96,000, and speed skating, 93,000. For multiple sports, ski jumping, Nordic combined jumps, freestyle skiing, all three skating disciplines, bobsleigh, and curling, as well as the ceremonies, all tickets were sold. By contrast, only 56.6% of the 146,000 available tickets for cross-country skiing were sold. The Oxford Olympics Study established the outturn cost of the Nagano 1998 Winter Olympics at US$2.2 billion in 2015-dollars and cost overrun at 56% in real terms.

2020 in sports

January 12 – 16: Speed skating at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics in St. Moritz. January 18 – 22: Short track speed skating at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics in Lausanne. November 15 – 17, 2019: SSWC #1 in 🇧🇾 Minsk. November 22 – 24, 2019: SSWC #2 in 🇵🇱 Tomaszów Mazowiecki. December 6 – 8, 2019: SSWC #3 in 🇰🇿 Nur-Sultan. December 13 – 15, 2019: SSWC #4 in 🇯🇵 Nagano. February 7 & 8: SSWC #5 in 🇨🇦 Calgary. March 7 & 8: SSWC #6 (final) in Heerenveen. January 10 – 12: 2020 European Speed Skating Championships in Heerenveen. January 31 – February 2: 2020 Four Continents Speed Skating Championships in 🇺🇸 Milwaukee (debut event).

2019 in sports

Ski winners: 🇦🇹 Sebastian Graser (m) / 🇦🇹 Magdalena Schwertl (f). Accuracy winners: 🇦🇹 Alic Gernot (m) / 🇦🇹 Magdalena Schwertl (f). February 15 – 17: WC #3 in 🇦🇹 Bad Leonfelden. Winners: 🇦🇹 Sebastian Graser (m) / 🇦🇹 Magdalena Schwertl (f). Juniors winner: 🇦🇹 Sebastian Graser. Masters winner: 🇩🇪 Reinhold Haibel. Teams winners: 🇦🇹 HSV Red Bull Salzburg 1 (Sebastian Graser, Manuel Sulzbacher, Julia Schosser, Magdalena Schwertl). Ski winners: 🇦🇹 Sebastian Graser (m) / 🇦🇹 Magdalena Schwertl (f). February 27 – March 2: 17th FAI World Para-Ski Championships in 🇨🇿 Vrchlabí (part of World Cup). Winners: 🇦🇹 Sebastian Graser (m) / 🇦🇹 Magdalena Schwertl (f).

2015 in sports

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November 13 – 22: 2015 Roller Speed Skating World Championships in Kaohsiung. 🇨🇴 won both the gold and overall medal tallies. October 10, 2014 – April 3, 2015: 2014–15 British and Irish Cup. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Worcester Warriors defeated 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Doncaster R.F.C. 35–5 to win first British and Irish Cup title. October 11, 2014 – May 17, 2015: 2014–15 Sevens World Series. winning the Sevens World Series for the 2nd time beating by 10 points in the overall standings. came in third.

2018 in sports

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August 17 – 19: 2018 European Speed Skating Championship in 🇧🇪 Oostende. Track.

2022 Winter Olympics

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Beijing National Aquatics Center – curling / 4,000 existing/renovated. Beijing National Indoor Stadium – ice hockey / 18,000 existing. Beijing Winter Olympics Village – new. National Speed Skating Oval – speed skating / 12,000 new. China National Convention Center – MPC/IBC / existing. Other venues. Capital Indoor Stadium – figure skating, short track speed skating / 15,000 existing. Wukesong Sports Centre – ice hockey / 10,000 existing. Shijingshan District – snowboarding (Big Air), freestyle skiing (Big Air) – TBA new. Xiaohaituo Alpine Skiing Field – alpine skiing 15,000. Xiaohaituo Bobsleigh, skeleton and Luge Track – bobsleigh, luge, skeleton / 5,000 new. Yanqing MMC: Media Center.

List of world sports championships

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The following is a list of world sports championships, including some sporting events which use a different name with a similar meaning. In some sports, there is a world series, but that term usually has a somewhat different meaning.

2017 Asian Winter Games

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The closing ceremony of the games took place on 26 February at the conclusion of the men's free program of figure skating. The ceremony was held at the Makomanai Ice Arena and also included an exhibition gala by some of the figure skaters who took part in competition. 64 events across 11 winter sport disciplines, were scheduled in the 2017 Asian Winter Games program. The three skating sports are figure skating, speed skating, and short track speed skating. The five skiing sports are alpine, cross-country, freestyle, ski jumping, and snowboarding. The other three sports are biathlon, curling and ice hockey.

List of sports

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Alpine skiing. Freestyle skiing. Nordic combined. Nordic skiing. Cross-country skiing. Telemark skiing. Ski jumping. Ski touring. Skijoring. Speed skiing. Bobsleigh. Luge. Skibobbing. Skeleton. Toboggan. Clay pigeon shooting. Skeet shooting. Trap shooting. Sporting clays. Bullseye shooting. Rifle. ISSF rifle events. Fullbore target rifle. High power rifle. Benchrest shooting. Paralympic rifle events. Handgun. ISSF pistol events. Paralympic pistol events. Field shooting. Precision rifle competition. Precision Rifle Series. Field target. Metallic silhouette shooting. ICFRA Palma and F-Class. Plinking. Practical shooting. International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC).

Winter Sports: The Ultimate Challenge

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. * Downhill skiing. Super-G, slalom, and giant slalom. Ski jumping. Normal hill. Large Hill. Bobsledding. Two-man. Four-man. Men's luge. Men's skeleton. Speed skating. 500m. 1000m. Curling. Cross-country skiing. Figure skating. Torino 2006. Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge. List of Wii games. Conspiracy Entertainment's site. RTL Games's site (German). Developer's site (German).

Torino Olympic Park

Facilities covered include Bardonecchia (snowboarding), Cesana Pariol (bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton), Cesana San Sicario (alpine skiing and biathlon), Oval Lingotto (speed skating), Palasport Olimpico (ice hockey), Palavela (figure skating and short track speed skating), Pinerolo (curling), Pragelato (cross-country skiing, Nordic combined, and ski jumping), Sauze d'Oulx (freestyle skiing), Sestriere (alpine skiing), Stadio Olimpico (opening and closing ceremonies), and Torino Esposizioni (ice hockey). * Official website

Sport in Germany

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Germany has enjoyed great success in alpine skiing, although the most successful German alpine skiers have tended to be female. One notable male alpine skier was Markus Wasmeier. Felix Neureuther is Germany's most successful male skier in terms of World Cup race wins with 13. Rosi Mittermaier, Katja Seizinger and Maria Höfl-Riesch have won multiple world-level titles on the women's circuit. In speed skating Germany has been a major power, particularly in women's competition. Four of the five most prolific winners in the women's ISU Speed Skating World Cup are German – Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann, Jenny Wolf, Anni Friesinger-Postma and Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt.

United States

The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S. or US) or simply America, is a country comprising 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions. At 3.8 million square miles (9.8 million km 2 ), it is the world's third or fourth largest country by total area and is slightly smaller than the entire continent of Europe. Most of the country is located in central North America between Canada and Mexico. With an estimated population of over 327 million people, the U.S. is the third most populous country. The capital is Washington, D.C., and the most populous city is New York City.

Sports in Canada

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These include the 'winter' sports of alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, figure skating, freestyle skiing, snowboarding, speed skating, biathlon and curling. In ice hockey, Canada supports national teams for both men and women in the under-20 and under-18 categories. In 'summer' sports, Canadians participate in rugby, soccer, disc ultimate, track and field among most sports presented in the Summer Olympics. There are sports federations for most sports in Canada. Funding for amateur athletics is provided by governments, private companies and individual citizens through donation.

British Columbia

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Some of the province's retired rail beds have been converted and maintained for hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing. Longboarding is also a popular activity because of the hilly geography of the region. Horseback riding is enjoyed by many British Columbians. Opportunities for trail riding, often into especially scenic areas, have been established for tourists in numerous areas of the province. British Columbia also has strong participation levels in many other sports, including golf, tennis, soccer, hockey, Canadian football, rugby union, lacrosse, baseball, softball, basketball, curling, disc golf, Ultimate and figure skating.

November 2006 in sports

Alpine skiing: 2007 Alpine Skiing World Cup meeting in Levi. Snowboarding: 2007 Snowboarding World Cup meeting in Stockholm. Speed skating: 2007 Speed Skating World Cup meeting in Heerenveen. Alpine skiing:. Fredrik Nyberg falls during a training run in Austria and suffers a heavy knee injury, which forces him to end his career at the age of 37. Baseball:. Day two of round-robin play at the 2006 Konami Cup Asia Series in Tokyo, Japan. 🇰🇷 Samsung Lions 13–1 China Stars 🇨🇳 (6½ innings – mercy rule). La New Bears 1–2 Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters 🇯🇵 — Fighters advance to the championship game on Sunday.

Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge

. * Winter Sports: The Ultimate Challenge * Downhill skiing. Super-G, slalom, and giant slalom. Ski jumping. Normal hill. Large hill. Snowboarding halfpipe. Bobsledding. Two-women. Four-man. Women's luge. Men's skeleton. Speed skating. 500m. 1500m. Curling. Biathlon. Figure skating. Austria. Canada. Finland. France. Germany. Great Britain. Italy. Japan. Netherlands. Norway. Poland. Russia. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. United States. Conspiracy Entertainment's site. RTL Games's site (German). Developer's site (German).

List of flag bearers for Sweden at the Olympics

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This is a list of flag bearers who have represented Sweden at the Olympics.