Frequent question: What years did Norway host the Olympics?

Norway has hosted the Games on two occasions: 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo. 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer.

When were the Olympics held in Norway?

Lillehammer 1994 Olympic Winter Games, athletic festival held in Lillehammer, Nor., that took place Feb. 12–27, 1994. The Lillehammer Games were the 17th occurrence of the Winter Olympic Games.

What Olympics did Norway host?

Norway became the first Scandinavian country to host a Winter Olympics, and the 1952 Winter Games were the first to be held in a nation’s capital.

What did Norway host 1952?

Norway was the host nation for the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo. By winning 7 gold medals, Norway had the most golds at these games.

What year were the Winter Olympics in Norway?

Oslo 1952 Olympic Winter Games, athletic festival held in Oslo that took place Feb. 14–25, 1952. The Oslo Games were the sixth occurrence of the Winter Olympic Games.

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How many medals did Norway win in the last Olympics?

Norway was the most successful nation at the games with 39 total medals, setting a new record for the most medals won by a country at a single Winter Olympics.

Did Norway send athletes to the Olympics?

Norway first participated at the Summer Olympics in 1900, and has sent athletes to compete in every Games since then, except for the 1904 Games and the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow when they participated in the American-led boycott.

Medals by Summer Games.

Games Total
Athletes
Gold 60
Silver 51
Bronze 49

Where was the 1972 Winter Olympics held?

Sapporo
Зимние Олимпийские игры 1972/Место
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